Pork Lard is the semi-soft, white fat located in the fattiest portions of a pig. It’s commonly used as a cooking fat for centuries, lard fell out of favor when hydrogenated. This rendered pig blubber is not a typical saturated animal fat. With an unusual chemical composition, pure lard contains no Trans fats.
Pork lard is the second richest dietary source of vitamin D along with cod liver oil. Pork lard also contains nutrients that are very beneficial to good health such as vitamin B complex and C, and also minerals such as phosphorus and iron. Pork lard is very good for the heart, as it has a high content of monounsaturated fats which are favorable to cardiovascular health.
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