LindaLee Posted February 9, 2013 Share Posted February 9, 2013 I read a recent article on the Whole9 blog that said: And finally, avoid ALL pork products, as commercially raised pork has the worst N6:N3 ratio of any animal protein source. (And yes, that means no bacon. Since when is bacon health food, anyway?) It sounds like the main issue here is with commercially raised pork. My husband shot a wild hog not that long ago and we have a freezer full of various pork roasts, tenderloins, sausage (no sugar), etc. We don't eat it very often, but I did believe it was at least healthier than the stuff found in stores. We have a seemingly endless supply of them on our land and Missouri wants everyone to essentially "shoot them on sight." I rotate this with the deer he shot in November and the best chicken I can find in the stores for now (I have orders in for local chickens, turkey, and rabbit at one of our local farmers) and grass-fed beef when I can get it. Hope we can still eat it, especially the sausage...it's a wonderful treat! If I can't eat it on the Whole30, I hope it's at least paleo. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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