What is the best chicken or beef

It used to be. Organic, pastureraised, skinless chicken breast is still remarkably healthy. But unless you’re buying your own or eating in a restaurant that makes it a priority to source good food, your chicken probably isn’t much better than most beef. Consider this: The average piece of chicken has 266 percent more fat than it did in 1971, while its protein content has dropped by a third, according to researchers at the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition at London Metropolitan University. That’s because most of us no longer eat chickens that roam the farm eating bugs and grasses. Instead, today’s chicken is actually higher in fat than yesteryear’s because the birds are