The key word you want to look for when seeking out a lean cut of protein is "loin." The word "loin" is synonymous with "lean." And in the case of pork tenderloin, "loin" is also akin to delicious! You won't find a leaner meat with this much protein per bite.
By helping to break down muscle tissue, soaking your chops in brine can bring more tender meat to the dinner table. Simply cover your pork in a brine made with 1/4 cup salt to 4 cups of water. (Use enough liquid so that the meat is completely submerged.) Cover and chill for 30 minutes to 2 hours before cooking!