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is this tyson product on paleo diet?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 25, 2013 at 1:59 PM

http://www.tyson.com/Products/Grilled-And-Ready-Fully-Cooked-Frozen-Chicken-Breast-Fillets.aspx

It is in a cute package and already cooked but it has barely any sugar, no preservatives, and no carbohydrates.

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on May 25, 2013
at 09:16 PM

Pahahaha this made me laugh. Thanks.

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on May 25, 2013
at 02:19 PM

Ahh, well in that case, if that's the best chicken you can do, EAT UP! Getting your protein and nutrition in is more important than worrying about consuming a lil bit of yuck. If you learned to cook, though, maybe they would buy it if you agreed to cook dinner for the family. :)

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on May 25, 2013
at 02:10 PM

I'd prefer to buy chicken but I'm 15 years old and my parents are non paleo. So I have to eat what they buy haha.

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F92e4ca55291c3f3096a3d4d3d854986

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on May 25, 2013
at 04:17 PM

Could you just ask your parents to buy an actual chicken? As opposed to:

INGREDIENTS: Boneless, skinless chicken breast with rib meat, water, seasoning [maltodextrin, sea salt, dextrose, onion powder, garlic powder, yeast extract, soy sauce powder (soy sauce {wheat, soybeans, salt}, maltodextrin, salt), gum arabic, natural mesquite smoke flavor, grill flavor (from sunflower oil), modified corn starch, lactic acid], modified food starch, sodium phosphates. GLAZED: Water, maltodextrin, sea salt, modified corn starch, dextrose, sugar, natural mesquite smoke flavor, caramel color, xanthan gum.

089dd41b18fbb95ebb5347cded708d98

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on May 25, 2013
at 09:16 PM

Pahahaha this made me laugh. Thanks.

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61f9349ad28e3c42d1cec58ba4825a7d

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on May 25, 2013
at 02:04 PM

No, it is not Paleo. Soy and wheat plus "natural flavors," food starches and gums and barely any fat. Buy chicken, season it to your taste, and cook it. It's cheaper and it tastes better.

However, it is far from the worst thing you could be eating. If you just want them on hand for something super quick once in a while, or as a transitional thing until you get the hang of cooking for yourself if that's not something you are used to doing, it's not a terrible option in comparison with some of the things you could be eating.

79024b81190422419de50ffb07097d00

(5)

on May 25, 2013
at 02:10 PM

I'd prefer to buy chicken but I'm 15 years old and my parents are non paleo. So I have to eat what they buy haha.

61f9349ad28e3c42d1cec58ba4825a7d

(10490)

on May 25, 2013
at 02:19 PM

Ahh, well in that case, if that's the best chicken you can do, EAT UP! Getting your protein and nutrition in is more important than worrying about consuming a lil bit of yuck. If you learned to cook, though, maybe they would buy it if you agreed to cook dinner for the family. :)

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on May 25, 2013
at 11:05 PM

Not paleo, but good enough to start with. Perfect need not be the enemy of progress.

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on May 25, 2013
at 04:43 PM

Wal Mart has boneless skinless chicken breast for $1.99/lb. Yes, it's conventional factory meat but it is better than that crap.

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