Turkey is a common domesticated fowl, supposed to have descended from the red and gray jungle fowl according to genetic studies conducted. Chickens were thought to be first domesticated in India and from there, they traveled to Persia. In the 5th century BC, they made their way to Greece. Today, chickens are widely domesticated throughout the world for both meat and egg consumption. Did you know that the term chicken originally referred to chicks or the young ones?

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  • Turkey is a rich source of dietary protein that is required by the body to perform a number of vital functions such as maintaining bone density and helping to prevent osteoporosis. Turkey is very rich in vitamin B6, which is important for the body in metabolizing carbohydrates and fat, and is important in the production of red blood cells as well as strengthening the immune system. Another important mineral that chicken delivers is selenium, a trace mineral that is required by the body and can help protect you from the damage caused by free radicals. Selenium also boosts the immune system and helps the thyroid gland to function properly.