Well how much guys? Fitday.com and Calorie King report them differently. Roughly how much is it close to?
and once its cooked do the nutrition values change? say suppose the chicken is sauted with oil and some herbs for 10 mins : confused
Of course. For one, you're adding oil and herbs. Second, you're heating it, so that removes some protein.
"I tried so hard and got so far, but in the end, it doesn't even matter." - Linkin Park
so I guess fitday isn't wrong then...fitday had boneless chicken breast skinless raw NS cooking listed much lower than calorieking.....
Thanks for the clarification Shao-LiN