First of all you can get ham fat free or low in fat, and it usually contains a good amount of protein.
Secondly, if you broil pork, you can limit some of the fat. Of course it's still not going to be as healthy as a fat free chicken breast when you're talking about protein sources, but I for one need a break from chicken every once in a while.
Today is the day I'm choosing to experiment with some pork chops. I'm going try to cut out some of the fat before I broil them, and then pat them down with a napkin afterward. Then I'm going to "health up" the meal by adding some steamed vegetables. If you have some good recipes for pork, feel free to send them in.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. I want to help you succeed, because when you succeed, I succeed as a fitness coach.
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