Meal prepping does not require consuming a specific amount of chicken. It depends how much chicken you want to eat and how long you're meal prepping for. But there are specific amounts depending on the kind of health style suits you, for example: If you are on a diet, it is better to follow this instruction: According to the USDA, a 100-gram serving of raw chicken breast without the skin contains 114 calories.
This serving also has 21.2 grams of protein, nearly 2.6 grams of fat and no dietary fiber. One serving of chicken breast also contains 210 milligrams of phosphorus, 370 milligrams of potassium and 116 milligrams of sodium. One serving of skinless raw chicken breast contains 45 milligrams of cholesterol. So use those calculations when trying to determine what is right for you.