Chicken is one of the most preferred meats in India and many other parts of the world. People prefer chicken in India as it is cheaper than goat meat, mutton, and other meats. Chicken can be included in a diabetes diet plan as it is a good source of protein.
Diabetes doctors advise getting 50 gm. of protein per day for adults. Since red meat comes with health issues, doctors advise consuming plant-based protein, chicken, and fish.
People love chicken in many forms like chicken curry, chicken tikka masala, butter chicken, ginger chicken, and chili chicken to name a few. However, it is important to keep a check on the portion size as too much of protein can also be harmful.
Calories in 100 gm. chicken (skinless, boneless, breast)
Chicken tikka calories (100 gm.)
|Dietary fiber||1.3 gm.|
Indian chicken curry calories (100 gm.)
|Total Fat||6 gm.|
|Dietary fiber||1 gm.|