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We’re always eating boneless, skinless chicken breasts. But is the skin THAT bad? No. Eating a chicken breast with skin will only set you back an extra 26 calories and 3 grams of fat. Plus, it gives a bland chicken breast more flavor, and provides half of your daily requirement of selenium – which is an essential mineral that wards off cancer.