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Saturday
9AM - 4 PM

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Phone: 918.766.0811


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Why Choose Chicken?

If you could find a carb-free, low-fat protein source that was easy to prepare and delicious, would you eat it? In 2004, of people who said they were following a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet, 62 percent said they were eating more chicken. Why?

Whether you count carbohydrates, fat grams, calories, points, your hard-earned pennies, or your blessings, chicken is a simple, smart choice for healthy meals.

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Choose Less Fat

Chicken breast without the skin has less fat content than sirloin steak, pot roast, hamburger (even 90 percent lean), beef tenderloin, pork chops, and ham.* Chicken is lower in saturated fats than even salmon, making it a sensible choice for lean eaters.

Fats contain both saturated and unsaturated (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated) fatty acids. Saturated fat raises blood cholesterol more than other forms of fat. Reducing saturated fat to less than 10 percent of calories will help you lower your blood cholesterol level. A person on a diet of 2,000 calories per day should consume fewer than 22 grams of saturated fat per day. A skinless chicken breast has 1 only gram of saturated fat, so it is an ideal choice for anyone limiting his or her intake of saturated fat.

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Choose Lean Protein

Today’s healthy eater talks about protein as if it’s a new fad. The truth is that our bodies have always needed complete proteins found in poultry, meats, fish, eggs, cheese, and milk. Chicken is an excellent source of lean protein. Three 3-ounce portions of chicken breasts, each about the size of a deck of cards, is a full day’s worth of protein for an average adult.

Whether it’s baked for dinner or sautéed and served over a light salad for lunch, chicken provides the protein nourishment you need to stay healthy and fit.

Price's carries the finest quality chicken; contact us for additional information or to place an order.



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* Page contents courtesy of
National Chicken Council and U.S. Poultry and Egg Association © 2008