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Comparison of Types of Steak: Steak Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits you must know

What is the go-to-cut and what do you choose? Let me know your thoughts below! Before we dive into this, I just want to give a big shout and...

Comparison of Types of Steak: Steak Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits you must know

What is the go-to-cut and what do you choose? Let me know your thoughts below!


Before we dive into this, I just want to give a big shout and thank @beefitswhatsfordinner for providing this guide with the imagery & details! For this they were an amazing resource- check them out for tons of tips, recipes, and more.

I found many varying results in my search for accurate nutritional information for these guide-some sources for many of these cuts show much higher calorie counts and fat content. Needless to say, I was quite shocked to see that all of these parts were very lean. These are updated numbers that have been reviewed and approved by the USDA. The demand for leaner cuts has risen over the years, reflecting the current norm trimmings that you'll find in retail.

You can, of course, come across various trimmings and fat levels. For example, some restaurants might leave more fat for added flavor on your porterhouse. But if you cut off those fat caps (which most tend to do) then the remaining trimmed portion will be similar to the above numbers.

These are all for a 3 oz COOKED portion, in terms of serving size. A regular steak serving is approximately RAW 8 oz. We can assume that once cooked, the steak will lose about 25 percent of its weight, so a cooked 8 oz steak will be about 6 oz or 2 of the servings mentioned above.

I know it's pointless, but I have to ask, please, can't we turn this into war whether you're going to eat beef or not? If you're not eating beef and you've made it your life's goal to make sure no one ever eats beef again, that's cool, but there are people in the world still consuming beef, and this guide is intended to help them out.

I don't eat a lot of steak but sirloin is usually my go-to if I do. Credit: cheatdaydesign

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