Chicken breast fillets are full of nutrients. Starting with high value protein, it also contains Vitamin B1 and B6 to us maintain psychological well being as well as beautiful skin. The former is brought to us through the B1 vitamin and essential to keep our psyche fit. Iron and Zinc build our immun system and strengthen our natural defenses. Cells are renewed faster and unlike red meat, white meat doesn't bare the risk of cancer!
Chicken is delicious if served grilled on fresh green salads, thinly sliced and quickly fried with a dullop of herbal butter and can be eaten in a variety of ways.
The weight loss effect: Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), which is another one of the valuable nutrients contained in chicken breasts, increases the fat and carbohydrate metabolism and therefore helps with loosing weight.
So stop eating the red meat....your body will thank you not only from a weight loss point of view but also from a health point of view!
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