Study confirms SOME pork is as lean as chicken
-fat protein choice, according to new research released last week. For example, a serving of pork tenderloin had fewer calories than skinless chicken breast, and six popular cuts of pork are 16% lower in total fat, and 27% lower in saturated fat than they were 15 years ago, according to the research unveiled by the National Pork Board and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The study, funded by the pork checkoff program, was a collaborative ...
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