How chicken fits into the ketogenic lifestyle

The human brain on ketoThe ketogenic diet, which focuses on the intake of fats and proteins with 20 to 50 grams of carbohydrates consumed daily, has been used for hundreds of years in the medical field to treat... Read More

The ABCs of chicken micronutrients

Chicken is rife with micronutrients that fuel and nourish the human body. Poultry contains vitamin B12, which works with folic acid in many body processes, including the synthesis of DNA, red blood cells and th... Read More

Protein’s role in weight loss

Eating more protein is a major part of muscle building, but isn’t the only component. Exercise and weight training work with nutrition to help you gain muscle mass. When working out, microtears form in the mu... Read More

Health benefits of bone broth

Bone broth is enjoying the spotlight around the world more than ever and with good reason. What happens when you simmer the bones and ligaments of beef and chicken anywhere from 8 to 48 hours is that you get a ... Read More

Growth hormones in your chicken? No way.

Never expect hormones in Cocorico poultry What are hormones?Hormones are molecules that are secreted from the endocrine glands in the body directly into the bloodstream so they can exert their effect on various... Read More

The benefits of eating whole chicken, offals and all

In the traditional diets of our ancestors hundreds and even thousands of years ago, muscle meat was eaten along with organ meats, gelatinous bones and other connective tissues. The offals of an animal, which ar... Read More

The healthiest oils and fats

For years, we’ve been led to believe that saturated fats are the leading cause of cardiovascular disease and obesity. Yet, recent studies have proven the opposite, which has brought saturated fats back into t... Read More

Humane chicken farming

It all begins with food safety Humane chicken farming not only ensures the biosecurity and welfare of chicken, but food safety, quality assurance, environmental stewardship and high quality packaging to extend ... Read More

Get your protein from chicken

Protein is a macronutrient, meaning that it is needed in large quantities in the body. Proteins are involved in the growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues. Hair, nails, skin, bones, cartilage, blo... Read More

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