If you're trying to lose fat, chicken without the skin is superior to chicken with the skin. The simplified explanation is you can't burn stored body fat until you're done burning through the dietary fat you've eaten, so skinless chicken breast is superior to skin-on chicken thigh for fat loss if you're eating the same quantity. But it isn't necessarily unhealthy to eat the skin, so if the joy of eating chicken skin outweighs the additional calories, go for it.
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We have Coles but i have always been a woolworth kinda gal
ill have to check them out
there are a few websites around that offer a service
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ive also been checking out this site a little
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I would sweat chicken too bad as long as the chicken is as natural as you can possibly get. The skin of the chicken does have some omega 6's in the skin, but supplementation of Omega 3's in the diet negates most issues. Cook the chicken thoroughly on the lowest temperature you can and you should be fine.
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