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Old 09-30-2009, 02:25 PM   #1  
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Default Healthy Roast Chicken?

I thought id be really healthy and have some chicken and salad for my dinner tonight but i cant seem to find any realistic points values on the "points tracker". Ive roasted it with a teaspoon of butter, salt & pepper on the top, and removed that crispy skin (gutted!) before ive served up. Any idea how many points 100g of roast chicken would be?
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http://www.annecollins.com/calories/...es-chicken.htm
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I usually count 1 pt for 1 ounce of chicken. I am not sure how many grams that is. I would add 1 pt for the butter.
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I know it's important to stay accountable with what you eat - but try not to obsess over every calorie. You're in it for the long haul! I wouldn't want you to eventually start avoiding perfectly good food because it's hard to count. Make an honest, good faith estimate and move on!
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