Pork Nutrition Facts

Pork is an extremely versatile meat and has multiple positive health benefits such as being a strong source of protein and zinc. Check out the below pork nutrition facts to see for yourself.

 

Pork Nutrition Facts

 

Lean Trimmed Pork is a source of:

  • Thiamine
  • Niacin
  • B6
  • B12
  • Selenium
  • Riboflavin
  • Zinc
  • Protein

 

Lean and Trimmed cuts of pork that you can easily access include:

 

You can simply swap in pork for other meats like chicken, beef or lamb in your everyday recipes, to add more variety of proteins to your weekly meals. Pork will also add a richer flavour to many of your favourite dishes! Check out our recipe for our Healthy Pork Bolognese.

 

Healthy Bolognese - Pork Mince

 

If you are looking for a healthier choice, pork tenderloins are a great option:

  • Pork tenderloins have less than half the fat of beef fillets
  • Less fat than snapper fillets
  • Leaner than skinless chicken breast fillets
  • They’re also a valuable source of iron

Based on NUTTAB 2010 Nutritional Data for uncooked pork, snapper, chicken and beef fillets. Pork fillet iron content is 14.3% of recommended daily intake (200g serving).

 

Check out our Bacon and Mushroom Stuffed Pork Tenderloin recipe.

 

Nutrition Facts – Australian Pork. (2020). Retrieved 3 April 2020, from https://www.pork.com.au/nutrition-facts/

 

Bacon and Mushroom Stuffed Pork Tenderloin Recipe by SunPork Fresh Foods

 

 

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