It is a widely known fact that eating chicken is a much healthier act than eating beef. Beef is filled with fats, while chicken has lean protein that is much healthier. Anyone with heart-related diseases or conditions should consume chicken regularly, as opposed to other sources of protein. Research has been done on the results of substituting chicken for beef or pork in those older people who have AMD. People who are fifty or older have a much higher risk of contracting macular degeneration or AMD.
Other studies have shown that eating chicken in place of fattier proteins can reduce your overall risk of other diseases. Other foods that help you to enjoy a healthier life include fruits and vegetables. Since most people enjoy the flavor of chicken, this should not be a problem.
There are thousands of ways to prepare chicken that are healthy and delicious. Chicken salad, grilled chicken and a number of other recipes help you to retain the wonderful flavor and still get all the health benefits that chicken offers. Typically speaking, if you were to drop your intake of red meats such as beef and more fatty meats like pork, and replace these with chicken and fish six days out of seven, you would soon see the benefits for yourself. Not only will you lose fat, but you will notice a significant increase in energy, a lower cholesterol level and many other health benefits.
While there are many ways to become healthier, eating chicken is one of the most delicious. Not only will you enjoy a healthier life overall, but substituting chicken for fatty proteins can contribute to your longevity as well. Choose some recipes that will allow you to prepare your chicken in a healthier way and you will soon see your risks for certain diseases dropping. The protein in chicken is not fatty, which is what you get when you eat red meats and pork.
Among all the meats that you can eat, chicken is one of the healthiest, providing you with lean proteins. Chicken is a very versatile food so you have no worries of growing tired of the taste. Due to this versatility, there are thousands of ways to prepare this meat for a number of different meals. For the taste, versatility, lean protein and other health benefits, you simply cannot find a better meat than chicken.
2017 Hope for Autumn Foundation Crawfish Boil
The 2017 Hope for Autumn Foundation Crawfish Boil will be held on April 29, 2017 on the Main Green of Ross Bridge. The Hope for Autumn Crawfish Boil will be an afternoon of music, food, and fun, with live music and plenty of activities for the kids. Proceeds from the event benefit the families of area pediatric cancer patients, as well as the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorder's Developmental Therapeutics Program which seeks to find new and innovative treatments for children with difficult to treat cancer.
Crawfish prepared by Louisiana native John Hein. There will be hamburgers and hot dogs for the kids, as well as bounce houses, face painting, and balloon artists. Soda and water will be provided, bring your own adult beverages. Live music by Pioneer Chicken Stand and the Divines.
Tickets are $30 online and $35 at the door. Children 5-12 are $5, under 5 are free. Visit www.hopeforautumnfoundation.org for more information, or email [email protected]
**This event will occur rain or shine, tickets are nonrefundable**