Explore this Grilled Chicken Breast Salad Recipe for your 7 day diet. This salad has 331 calories and includes Base, Proteins, Cheeses, Dry Toppings and Dressings.
Grilled Chicken Breast Salad Recipe 331 Calories
Ingredients: Grilled Chicken Breast, Baby Spring Mix, Olives, Italian Dressing, Cheddar Cheese, Tortilla Strips
Created on: March 01st, 2015 by one of our members
Grilled Chicken Breast Salad Recipe
Baby Spring Mix (1) Serving Size: 3-Cups Total Calories: 20
Grilled Chicken Breast (1) Serving Size: 3-Oz Total Calories: 110
Cheddar Cheese (1) Serving Size: 1-Slice Total Calories: 113
Tortilla Strips (1) Serving Size: 2-Tbsp Total Calories: 35
Italian Dressing (1) Serving Size: 1-Tbsp Total Calories: 11
Olives (1) Serving Size: 5-Olives Total Calories: 42
Serving Size: 1 Custom Salad
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 164
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 18.18g
Saturated Fat 7.57g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.9g
Monounsaturated Fat 6.24g
Total Carbohydrates 10.16g
Dietary Fiber 2g
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Salad Health Check Analysis
Here is a grilled chicken breast salad created by one of our members. The ingredients of this salad makes it a 331-calorie salad with some cool fresh extra toppings such asolives.
Let's do a health check on this Grilled Chicken Breast Salad:
Its contents such as olives make it a salad that may help with cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Items such as cranberries are also considered antioxidant rich.
Salads are supposed to be healthy but what good is a salad if it does not contain food items that are antioxidant rich? This salad, unfortunately, does not contain items that may provide essential nutrients. If you are planning to consider this salad for your own diet then consider adding items such as artichokes, russet potatoes, apples, blueberries, blackberries, cherries, cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, plums, prunes, pecans, small red beans, red kidney beans, pinto beans, black beans, coffee, red wine, tea and more ...
We wonder if this is indeed a salad because even adding spinach or tomatoes would have made this salad pass the antioxidant test. Bottom line, this is not a healthy salad.
It’s recommended to eat a diet that is high in fiber.
Fiber-rich diet has many benefits and one of the best ways to have a fiber-rich meal is to have a salad that has items such as beans and artichoke. Fiber-rich salads can not only help you with your bowel movements but also help you lose weight properly and keep your blood and sugar levels in check.
This salad contains olives which would give this salad a check mark on the fiber front but it’s all about how many grams of fiber you are consuming daily. If you are considering this salad for your diet or are going to create your own salad then keep the following in mind - Men should consume 40g of fiber daily and women should aim for 25g of fiber, at least.
Overall, the fiber content of this salad comes in at 8% of what’s recommended daily.