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    What's the Deal with Pork?

    I like eating pork and I'm now on a keto diet, I only eat 2 kinds of meats Beef and a lot of Pork. Some people are telling me to stick with beef and chicken because they say that pork isn't healthy.

    What's your take on pork?

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    Re: What's the Deal with Pork?

    Pork is high in protein and essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids- but I would choose the lean pork, trimmed of the visual fat, these cuts have lots of nutrients in them also. I would stick with the tenderloin parts, loin chops and sirloin roast though- these lean cuts are healthier than chicken.




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    Re: What's the Deal with Pork?

    I think the notion that pork is unhealthy was brought about by the culture that was influenced by religion that do not eat pork. In my personal research, pork is the healthiest meat provided it is cooked very well. Beef and chicken have high cholesterol level according to our physician and some pork lovers in the family have reached good old ripe ages.




 

 

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