Beware Women! Here’s Why You Should Stop Eating Chicken Wings Right Now!

Are you a woman with a history of ovarian cysts? Do you also enjoy eating delicious and spicy foods like chicken wings? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you’ll want to continue reading on to get our top three reasons for why you should stop eating chicken wings right now. Many women who have ovarian cysts – or who deal with the chronic pain of ovarian cysts but haven’t been diagnosed – may not realize how spicy foods such as chicken wings can inflame their cysts and cause discomfort. Read our guide listing the three top tips for why chicken wings should be out of your diet for good – and feel relief and health in the future:

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Tip #1: Steroids Everywhere

It’s time to come to terms with reality: Our chickens are injected with steroids. It’s hard to avoid this unless you’re willing to purchase free-range, grass-fed chicken, which can be expensive. If you buy a standard, grocery-store chicken wings, then you’ll likely be eating an animal that has been injected with steroids. The chickens get this injection in their wings, so the highest concentration is in the wings — which you will be eating! Steroids can cause ovarian cysts, so you’ll want to avoid steroid-injected chicken if you are prone to cysts.

Tip #2: Note That Sugar

Sugar is a culprit when it comes to ovarian cysts. High amounts of artificial sugar often can be found in the sauces used to coat chicken wings. These sauces are used to marinate the chicken for hours at a time, ensuring that you are getting a high dose of sugar with every bite of that chicken wing.

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