yes.pork is abosolutely healthy to eat.it is yummy and makes a good meal..it is useful and can full your belly...pork is healthy.
WRONG! This is my view on pork:
Bible verses on pork:
Leviticus 11:7-8 and the swine. though it divides the hoof , having cloven hooves, yet does not chew its cud, is unclean to you. Their flesh you shall not eat, and their carcasses you shall not touch. They are unclean to you.
Deuteronomy 14:8 Also the swine is unclean for you, because it has cloven hooves, yet does not chew the cud; you shall not eat their flesh or touch their dead carcasses.
One reason why God said not to eat pork, is because a pigs digestive system is much more like ours, than of a cow or some other clean animal. A pigs stomach is very acidic, and because of there gluttonous behaviors they keep on eating, and eating, and because of of this their stomach acid becomes so diluted that parasites, bacteria, viruses, and toxins pass into the pigs flesh. Three of the most common food borne parasites associated with pork are:
Toxoplasmosis, taeniasis [cysticercosis caused by the pork tapeworm taenia solium] and trichinellosis.
If you compare a human with a wolf, you'll see lots of reasons why we shouldn't eat pork. The wolf has pointed teeth and claws, clearly a carnivore. They also have very short intestines so they can get rid of the meat quickly, but me and you gave very long intestines, It takes us such a long time to digest it that the toxins get into our bloodstreams before we can get rid of it. Pork takes between five to six hours to digest, while raw food, or other healthy foods take up to half that time to digest.
Under the skin of the pig we find two to six inches of fat that we use to bake cookies and other goodies, Can you say Scrofula and torpid liver? This two to six inches of fat covers a large amount of the pigs body, but ints not natural fat for keeping him warm during the winter. Its because of disease, caused by the gross nature of the pig. Its liver, lungs, kidneys, skin, and intestines have been unable to carry away the impurities that the pig has been building up its entire life. The flesh of pigs, bears, horses, raccoons, and foxes are all mentioned in The Bible as putrid, unclean, and an abomination. They also come along with many infections, diseases, and parasites. I don't know about you, but I don't feel like eating pork anymore!
I prefer fish and vegetables.
Although pork isn't essentially a health booster, how healthy would depend on how the pork chops are prepared. For instance, fried pork chops would not be as healthy for you as baked or broiled.
Healthy pork recipes can be found on most pork lover websites. Try looking for pork lover boards, hangouts, and shops. Also check out Healthy Pork too. Lots of informational recipes too!
A lot of people think that they need to avoid pork when they are on a diet, but there are actually plenty of healthy pork recipes out there that can be a regular part of your healthy diet. If you are wondering where you can find delicious and healthy pork recipes, consider looking online; there are plenty of blogs and websites that are dedicated to providing readers with healthy pork recipes and other recipes for healthy eating, and you are sure to find some great options on these sites.
no... and eating pork is NOT healthy
Some of the best healthy recipes for pork dishes are found at the site Cooking Light. A couple that are noteworthy are pork chops stuffed with feta and spinach. There is also the spiced pork chops with apple chutney.
turkey bacon is more healthy, but i think pork bacon tastes better. so if you want healthy, eat turkey bacon. if you want yummy, eat pork bacon.
To find healthy pork and apples recipes the best place to start would be cook books such as: "The Borough Market Cookbook: Meat and Fish" and "Pork and Sons", on can also find good recipes on pork retailer's websites.
don't fry the pork chops that's gross. stay healthy
No it is'nt. Boiling porkis'nt healthy.
If you want a healthy recipe for smoke pork then you should buy low sodium pork, and uses rubs instead of sauces. Try salt free rubs they are better for you and taste just as good.
One can find pork fillet recipes in a number of different locations. There are many healthy recipes in the magazine Healthy Eating Today that are easy to make.
The main nutrient in pork is protein. Lean pork is a healthier choice of meat and the protein within the meat can build muscles and keep organs healthy.
The Healthy Choice products include beef, pork, and poultry-based meats
Yes both meats are good for you in moderation.
Healthy, good, raw pork should be pink in color. It should not have a grayish tint. The meat should not have a slimy feel, and it should have a fresh smell.
One can find pork chop recipes in a number of different locations. There are many healthy recipes in the magazine Healthy Eating Today that are easy to make.
I don't It is right to eat pork. I have heard that it is not healthy at all because it has all that fatty stuff in it. but still its your choice.
It's NOT healthy.
Yes they can but its not very healthy for them to do it often.
Well, not exactly, the closest you can get is flourishing or restored.
They will, but they should not be allowed to do so. The excess sodium in salt pork is not healthy for dogs and may affect their kidneys and other organs.
Might be, you never know! Unless you've ate it. And I'm sure someone has. I think it IS healthy, if you ask me!!!
Yes, pork can be healthy. The tenderloin can contain less fat than a chicken breast. It contains vitamins such as B6, B12, niacin, thiamine, and riboflavin and one serving contains half of your daily protein requirement.
Anything with high salt and high fat are not healthy. Pork rinds, deep fat fried Snickers are two examples.