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HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES - PORK

 

MICHELLE COOPER: Next, we are going to talk about pork. Pork used to get a bad rap, but it is indeed the other white meat. Pork is an excellent source of protein, thymine and iron. Depending on the cut that you get, pork can be lean. Look for cuts like the shoulder or a tenderloin. Make sure that when you cook them, that you do not add fat and that you trim away any visible fat on the meat. You may want to roast, grill, barbecue, bake or broil the pork. Also, stay away from the higher fat pork products like bacon and pork ribs, and stick with the leaner cuts instead. So go ahead and add pork to your diet. Just make sure that you are buying, number one, you are buying the lean cuts like the loin or the shoulder. Number two, that you are employing a low-fat method of cooking like roasting, grilling, barbecuing. And number three, that you stay away from the high-fat pork products like bacon and the pork ribs.

 

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