I am sure you have heard many people saying chicken skin is not good for your health, you shouldn’t consume chicken skin, it will cause you to gain weight and destroy your personal health level.
Therefore, it forms a clear message to everyone’s mind that chicken skin is bad for our health, it will only give our body more cholesterol and cause sickness.
We are all human nature, we shouldn’t force our body to accept all the chemicals we eat and apply to our body. Just like we have been exercising everyday as your daily routine, our body will get used to it and our body clock will automatically change, as well as all the metabolism and system in our body.
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But I want to tell you that this is totally wrong. There is no such logic of chicken skin having so much of negative impacts to our human body.
Chicken skin is formed by oleic acid; it is all about monounsaturated. Do you know the olive oil we use for cooking are also having this ingredient in it? This ingredient is good for the cholesterol level. Although it is considered “good” for our body, still, never over consume it as it will still pass the healthy limits.
If you are that type of person that goes to the gym for a daily basis and concerned about the healthy level of each meal you ate, then let me tell you each piece of chicken skin will contain around 60 calories in it. I’m sure your husband or boyfriend loves to eat chicken skin.
Oh, and these 60 calories contained in each piece of the chicken skin is without any extra flavour or saucing include. Some people might add on extra toppings for their cravings, is all depends on you.
All of the Chicken Supplier Singapore will be selling different parts of the chicken, separately. Some go for boneless chicken, some go for black skin chicken etc.
To be honest with you, I am not the person who goes for “original” flavour type of person. I mean like, a tasty food without any adds on is equally eating oats.
Lastly, people might always misunderstand that “fats” this ingredient will cause us in gaining weight, but actually this theory is incorrect. For example, the low-fat yogurt we saw in the hypermarket, if you eat it, you won’t get fat, it is all depends on how much intake you consume each day, and also the type of “fats”, so do not put all the blame into the fats.