By Jamie Leach
Pork loin is an excellent source of B vitamins, including thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12.
Salmon is not just a wonderful source of protein, it's also very high in omega 3 fatty acids which are essential for heart health and even depression.
It's also an accessible and budget-friendly option that can be used in everything from stews to tacos and burgers.
Tinned fish is having a moment, and the only surprise is how long it's taken for this budget-friendly and convenient protein source to gain mainstream popularity.
If you don't love the fishy taste of salmon or sardines, cod is an excellent high-protein seafood choice that's mild in flavor and incredibly easy to use.
With less than 1 gram of fat, only 90 calories, and 19 grams of protein per 3-ounce serving, it's a healthy and protein-rich choice for dinner.