Crunch through National Nutrition Month
All Rudolph’s Pork Rinds fans know that these crispy bites of goodness are maxed out in protein. With 17 grams in each serving, they’re a great way to end a work out and repair muscles, cartilage, and tissues. But did you know that pork rinds, by nature, are also rich in gelatin? Gelatin, an animal protein, is high in glycine, which promotes sleep, helps to ease joint pain, and contains easy to digest calcium that can help support healthy bones.
This month, if you’re looking for a way to splurge at dinner time without ruining a day of healthy eating, give Lorrie’s Famous Pork Rind Salmon Cakes a taste. Combine the benefits found in pork rinds with the heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon and you’ve got yourself a powerhouse meal!