Meat itself isn't bad to have. More than likely, the calories that made it 800 were the condiments, the bread, and the pork's breading. For a pork chop grilled, it's approximately 340. You can still have pork, just watch out on the breading and portion sizes.
But, to me, 340 calories isn't worth eating pork. Even if they eat cleaner diets than they did a few years back, a common method of organic matter disposal is through feeding it to pigs. They're commonly fed corn, which our bodies has trouble digesting. Plus, it's awfully fattening.
Pork Tenderloin is considered an extra lean cut, with less fat than a regular skinless chicken breast. It also can have lower cholesterol levels. According to a linked study, today's pigs are fed a more leaner diet as well and fat levels have dropped from a few decades ago.
I think it is okay to have what you like. but need to watch out portion and what it is in there. if you can make it at home and use smaller portion, you can cut down calories. that way you can have what you like.
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