Q. When you write about cutting back on “red meat,” does this include pork?

A. Helen Rasmussen, PhD, RD, senior research dietitian in the Metabolic Research Unit at the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, answers: “In 1987 the National Pork Board advertised pork as ‘the other white meat,’ in an attempt to promote pork sales. In reality, pork is considered red meat, along with beef, veal, and lamb. […]
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