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Jewel-Osco Chef's Kitchen Chicken Nutritional Facts
Jewel-Osco is a Midwestern grocery store with more than 180 locations. To help make meal time easier for you, Jewel-Osco's Chef's Kitchen offers a variety of ready-to-go food items that require minimal preparation. These items include a variety of cooked chicken products. Nutrition information for each of these chicken products varies. Knowing the nutrition facts can help you determine which Jewel-Osco ready-to-go chicken works for your diet.
Skinless Chicken Breast
When concerned about fat and calories, the skinless chicken breast from Jewel-Osco Chef's Kitchen makes the healthiest choice. A 4 oz. serving contains 120 calories, 1 g of total fat, 0 g of saturated fat, 75 mg of cholesterol, 85 mg of sodium, 0 g of carbohydrates and 26 g of protein. As a low-energy dense food, the skinless chicken helps you feel full on fewer calories, which can aid in weight management.
The whole chicken at Jewel-Osco makes a good choice for the family that likes both white and dark meat, although the whole chicken is higher in fat and calories than the skinless chicken. A 4 oz. serving contains 250 calories, 19 g of total fat, 6 g of saturated fat, 65 mg of cholesterol, 70 mg of sodium, 0 g of carbohydrates and 19 g of protein. One serving meets 30 percent of your daily value for saturated fat. High intakes of saturated fat increase your risk of heart disease. You may be able to save fat and calories by discarding the skin of the whole chicken and just eating the meat.
Jewel-Osco Chef's Kitchen chicken wings are also higher in fat and calories than the skinless chicken. A 4 oz. portion contains 250 calories, 20 g of total fat, 6 g of saturated fat, 125 mg of cholesterol, 60 mg of sodium, 0 g of carbohydrates and 18 g of protein. Like the whole chicken, you may be able to reduce fat and calories in your chicken wings if you eat just the meat and discard the skin.
Jewel-Osco Chef's Kitchen chicken tenders are your highest calorie chicken item. In addition to being high in calories, the chicken tenders are also high in sodium. Three pieces contain 300 calories, 19.5 g of total fat, 6 g of saturated fat, 75 mg of cholesterol, 780 mg of sodium, 10.5 g of carbohydrates and 19.5 g of protein. One serving of chicken tenders meets more than 30 percent of your daily value for sodium. Consuming too many high-sodium foods can increase your risk of developing high blood pressure.
- LIVESTRONG.COM MyPlate: Calories in Jewel-Osco Skinless Chicken Breast
- LIVESTRONG.COM MyPlate: Calories in Jewel-Osco Whole Chicken
- LIVESTRONG.COM MyPlate: Calories in Jewel-Osco Chicken Wings
- LIVESTRONG.COM MyPlate: Calories in Jewel-Osco Chicken Tenders
- Jewel-Osco: About
- MayoClinic.com; Percent Daily Value: What Does It Mean?; Katherine Zeratsky; May 2010
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