chicken recipes for kids are very easy recipes. Chicken is one of the richest and most appreciated meats, besides being healthy, balanced and fit well into our pocket.
Chicken is a very good source of high quality lean protein , ie it is a clean protein very low in fat. 100g of chicken provide about 20g of protein. Protein is an essential nutrient for growth and development and also plays an important role in helping overweight and obese people lose weight.
Chicken is a source of tryptophan , an essential amino acid with a very important function, as it helps to regulate the appropriate levels of serotonin in the brain.
It is a low fat meat ideal to help control weight. The best way is to eat it grilled or cooked and to eliminate the skin by its fatty content. The chicken breast is the part of the chicken that contains less fat (60mg and 1g) followed by the thigh (74mg and 2.4g). We can not forget that, within its fatty contribution, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids predominate, which help protect the heart and strengthen it.
It is also a source of minerals . 100g of chicken provides about 248-359mg of potassium, 22-37mg of Magnesium, 12-13mg of Calcium, 198-200mg of Phosphorus, 1-2mg of Iron, 1mg of Zinc and 6ug of Selenium. These minerals contribute to a good neuromuscular state and facilitate the work of contracting the muscles, as well as the transmission of the nerve impulse among other functions. The chicken is also very rich in vitamins, especially B vitamins .
Chicken meat, unlike beef, does not contain as much purine , which is responsible for the greater digestive work. Therefore, its lower fat content and lower purine intake make the chicken an easily digestible food that can be used in gastric conditions, as well as in people with high levels of uric acid in the blood, people in state Convalescent, infants, children and the elderly.
It is a very versatile meat as it lends itself to a multitude of culinary preparations and admits all the imaginable accompaniments, with vegetables and aromatic herbs, pickled and marinated.

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