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Chicken is included in recipes for soups, salads, casseroles, sandwiches and much more. Try a recipe below.

www.foodsafetynews.com/2010/03/sodium-use-in-poultry-production-scrutinized

Mar 2, 2010 ...Chicken, salt and water are all natural substances, but when you combine ... in retaining moisture in cooked chicken than sodium phosphates.

healthyeating.sfgate.com/sodium-phosphate-food-unhealthy-12380.html

Processed meats and canned tuna are some of the main sources of sodium phosphate in the typical American diet, according to the Center for Science in the  ...

www.livestrong.com/article/8735-need-sodium-phosphates

Oct 15, 2015 ... Phosphorus is a natural element that is generally found in combination with other minerals. When the other part is salt, the two form sodium ...

nutritionfacts.org/video/phosphate-additives-in-chicken

Nov 13, 2013 ... The phosphorus preservatives injected into poultry may not just be an arterial toxin. They also appear to dramatically increase the growth of ...

articles.latimes.com/2010/jan/04/opinion/la-ed-chicken4-2010jan04

Jan 4, 2010 ... Usually this is sodium phosphate. But then dietitians complained that the plumping of chicken was also pumping up the sodium levels of a ...

www.innophos.com/__sitedocs/brochures/inno-meat-final.pdf

Chicken breasts, pork fillets and beef medallions are tumbled for 30 min. to several hours with ... 93% less sodium than standard sodium phosphates. ◇ Good ...

www.cleanandleanrevolution.com/what-are-they-injecting-into-your-chicken

Sep 12, 2014 ... Early on sodium phosphate was also added as a binder, to help the chicken retain water during shipping and cooking. To allow for 'low sodium' ...

www.rodalesorganiclife.com/food/phosphate-foods

Apr 7, 2016 ... Sodium phosphate food additives could be triggering a host of health ... that a single chicken and fried rice dinner at one Chinese food chain ...

www.paleohacks.com/gluten/sodium-phosphates-in-my-meat-2766

I look at the label...says it contains up to 12% water, salt, and sodium phosphates. ..something about how it makes the meat moist and tender.