Fresh and fresh lean pork are substantial sources of key nutrients when these products are consumed by adults in the United States.

@article{Murphy2011FreshAF,
  title={Fresh and fresh lean pork are substantial sources of key nutrients when these products are consumed by adults in the United States.},
  author={M Margarita Murphy and Judith H Spungen and Xiaoyu Bi and Leila M. Barraj},
  journal={Nutrition research},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 10},
  pages={776-83}
}
Many fresh pork products, in particular, fresh lean pork products, are nutrient-dense sources of protein and several other nutrients. The purpose of this study was to estimate nutritional contributions of fresh and fresh lean pork to adults' diets in the United States. Mean total nutrient intakes by fresh and fresh lean pork consumers on a day of recall were compared with intakes by nonconsumers to test the hypothesis that overall nutrient intakes by consumers were comparable with or better as… CONTINUE READING
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