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Chicken: White vs Dark meat

drewls

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I usually go for the white meat first, but in some recipes the dark works better. Having a family, often the dark meat is all that's left on the rotisserie chicken by the time it gets to me anyway.
 

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I think the obvious answer is the fat in chicken isn’t that great for you. If you are limiting calories you want to get the most nutrient dense foods.

Avocados, olive oils, flax oil, nuts, mono and poly fats, hemp seeds, whole eggs, even beef fat is better in my opinion because beef is a better overall source of nutrients. It’s just not a great fat source.

I would rather use the chicken for what it’s good for....the clean protein from the breast and screw the rest.

As bodybuilder we look to optimize nutrition.


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Breast is the way to go but I do eat a lot of dark meat. Its more tender and more flavorful.
Ether way I pound and tenderize my chicken for tenderness. If not then I'll slow cook and shred my breast
 

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Chicken thighs only is what I would recommend if you want to GROW big and
stay hard.
Chicken breast, halibut and steamed white fish are NOT nutrient dense.
 

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I sub in chicken thighs only in the offseason. For contest prep its all lean meats. Chicken thighs are WAY easier to eat, so when I'm having trouble getting meals down I switch over.
 

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I don't eat breast without pounding it out. Once you lay it on a wood cutting board and pound the thickest part out you'll never not do it. A good whole intact breast can be super tender and juicy but youve got to cook it perfect which is a thin line between cooked and the slightest bit of a tone of pink. Brown meat to me taste best ...pork and chicken. Love brown meat chicken on the grill. I lightly pound that out too. White or brown pounding and making it tender and more even in thickness cooks more evenly
 

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Fats from avocado or pb or any "good fats" both my pancreas. Fatty meat doesn't.
 

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