Salt and Chicken: Not the Best Mix

Water. Salt. Chicken.

These are 3 common substances consumed by many. Each in its own right is considered healthy, albeit it moderation. Add the trio together. . . now we have a problem.

The practice of “altering” food has become an all too common practice. From the outright cruelty of adding cement to cattle to the less harsh but costly non-less practice of pumping up chicken with salt water is taking billions of dollars out of American’s pocket in a most unethical way.

If you purchase a chicken, you may find that 15-20% of its weight is water! Often, your 7 pound chicken contains around 5 pounds of actual meat. Aside from the ethics, people are consuming significant amounts of salt. For many, this is an extremely unhealthy act.

An interesting article ( points out the growing threat of salt toxicity.

Such practices need to be stopped. The more these practices are exposed, the greater likelihood for change.

And greater health!

One thought on “Salt and Chicken: Not the Best Mix

  1. No more Publix chicken for me. So that means cooking organic chicken much more frequently.

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