High in protein:

10 health benefits of eating chicken. If you’re looking for a great source of lean low-fat protein… CHICKEN.

Protein in chicken lends itself to muscle growth and development and helps support a healthy body and in weight loss.

Natural antidepressant:

Chicken, like it’s brother fowl the turkey, is high in an amino acid called tryptophan which gives you that comforting feeling after consuming a bowl of chicken soup.

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If you’re feeling depressed eating some poultry will increase the serotonin levels in your brain enhance your mood blasting stress and lulling you to sleep.

Prevents bone loss:

If you’re entering your senior years and concerned about osteoporosis or arthritis eating chicken, will Aid in your fight against bone loss.

Thanks to the protein punch it packs.

Poultry for heart health:

Homocysteine is an amino acid that can cause cardiovascular disease if levels are high in the body. Fortunately for us, eating chicken breasts suppresses and controls homocysteine levels.

Plenty of phosphorus:

Chicken is also rich in phosphorus and essential mineral that supports your teeth and bones as well as kidney, liver, and Central Nervous system function.


Chicken is also abundant in selenium and essential minerals involved in metabolic performance.

In other words thyroid hormone metabolism and immune function.

Metabolism booster Vitamin B6 or (B- complex vitamins) encourage enzymes and metabolic cellular reactions(methylation).

which means eating chicken will

  • keep blood vessels healthy,
  • energy levels, and
  • metabolism burning calories so you can manage a healthy weight and activity level.

Rich in niacin:

Chicken also happens to be rich in niacin, one particular B-vitamin that guards against cancer and other forms of genetic DNA damage.

Promotes Eye Health:

Chicken is high in retinol, alpha, and beta-carotene, and lycopene all derived from vitamin A and all vital for healthy eyesight.

Essential for healthy tissue growth:

Many of us are plagued with chapped lips, cracked mouths, tongue sores, or dry skin.

However, a boost in riboflavin or (vitamin B2), found in chicken livers will drastically reduce your skin problems. Repair dry or damaged skin.

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