herbs and spices to turkey meatloaf, burgers, tacos and spaghetti sauce. Pork One of the best sources of thiamin, a B-vitamin that helps the body use carbohydrates, fat and protein. Pork can be a lean protein choice—look for cuts with "loin" in the name, like tenderloin or loin
Italian ham). Cherries Choose for potassium, vitamin C and antioxidants that may benefit heart health. Snack on sweet cherries, or add pitted tart types to chicken salad or sauce for pork tenderloin. Dried Fruit A wholesome and portable sweet snack, dried fruits are chockfull
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all Ham, Potato, and Cheddar In 24-oz. and 8-oz. sizes Smoked ham, red peppers, onions and potatoes blended with eggs, cream and milk. Maple Sausage, Potato and Cheddar 8-oz. Pork sausage with maple syrup, potatoes and carmalized red peppers blended with eggs, cream and
rice, bulgur and quinoa, too. Enjoy baked goods like cakes and pies in moderation. Meat & Meat Alternatives These foods are packed with protein and nutrients. Go lean with protein: reduce saturated fat and cholesterol by choosing lean cuts of beef and pork, and eating poultry without