Relying solely on chicken for protein may lead to a nutrient imbalance
Commercially raised chickens are often treated with antibiotics and hormones to promote growth and prevent diseases.
The mass production of chicken for consumption has significant environmental consequences, including deforestation, water pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions
Some people may develop allergies or sensitivities to specific proteins found in chicken.
While chicken is a lean meat, certain cuts, especially dark meat and processed chicken products, can be higher in saturated fat.
Mishandling or undercooking chicken poses a risk of foodborne illnesses, such as salmonella or campylobacter infections.