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This recipe is one of my family’s favorites – and since it’s baked and not fried, it’s so much better for you, but still has amazing flavor.
Mouth-watering chicken with a delicious sauce. It’s easy to make, easy to clean up, and even easier to eat.
This chicken is also great for meal prep– just pair it with rice and roasted veggies and you have a healthy lunch.
You will definitely want to add this to your menu rotation.
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Chicken can be such a healthy food choice to include in your diet, depending on how you prepare it. If you want to eat chicken in the healthiest form, limit overly-processed and fried chicken. Fried chicken adds trans fat- the unhealthy fat you should stay away from.
You can still get amazing taste without all the calories and fat. Baking, grilling, roasting, and stir-frying are all healthy ways to cook chicken. Try not to add a lot of extra fat (butter, oil). Removing the skin before you cook it also decreases the amount of fat.
Chicken is a healthy, lean-meat with many nutritional benefits. Chicken is a very popular protein source- it is a staple in so many of our diets and many of our favorite dinner recipes use chicken. It’s easy to cook and tastes great prepared in many different ways.
Chicken is easily available, affordable, and nutritious if consumed in appropriate quantities.
It is one of the best protein sources. Chicken is high in protein, and lower in fat which makes it a great choice if you are focused on a healthy diet and lifestyle.
The different types of chicken meat have different amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol. White meat from chicken breast is lower in fat than dark meat from chicken legs or thighs.
This oven-baked honey soy chicken recipe can also be made by using chicken thigh meat, depending on your preference, but it will also be higher in unhealthy fat. Stick with the chicken tenders or chicken breast for a healthier option.
Chicken has high nutritional value- it also contains calcium and phosphorus, which are important for healthy teeth and bones and proper organ function. Furthermore, it provides zinc, iron, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and vitamin D.
Recipes of healthy balanced meals always seem to include chicken. It’s because chicken is a great lean protein source for a healthy diet.
Since chicken is high in protein and low in fat, it can help you to lose weight in a healthy way if you consume it regularly (a few times per week).
Chicken is a great staple for weight loss. Consuming adequate protein throughout the day not only gives you important nutrients, but it also helps you to feel full which will decrease your cravings for unhealthy foods.
If your goal is to lose weight, this is a great chicken recipe to try. It’s delicious and good for you, and has important protein and nutrients. Including chicken two to three times per week is a great way to heave a healthy balanced meal to help you lose weight.
A serving size of chicken is about one small chicken breast or 3 oz, which is about the size of your palm or the size of a deck of playing cards. Be sure to include other healthy protein sources besides chicken. Choose other lean proteins throughout the day such as fish, beans, legumes, or tofu.
You just finished a workout and you need something energizing as well as important nutrients to help your body refuel and recover and build muscle tissue stronger. What’s the best food to eat?
After an effective workout session you’ll want to refuel your body with lean protein, healthy carbohydrates, and fluid. Any balanced meal is typically sufficient to provide these nutrients.
Chicken is an excellent source of high quality protein, which makes it a great food to eat post-workout. Combine this recipe with some healthy carbs like brown rice or a sweet potato, plenty of fluid, and nutrient-packed vegetables and you’re all set.
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