Calories in Beef

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If you are keeping an eye on your calorie intake, beef can be a great choice (though most of you meat should be from fish and poultry). The calories and fat in beef varies significantly depending on the cut. To keep the calories in beef as low as possible choose the leanest cuts of meat. The fat content of beef cuts can vary enormously. Learn more here on choosing low calorie beef options.

The average serving size of beef is about 3 oz., which is the equivalent to the size of a deck of cards.

Beef Product (per 1 oz./ 28 gr)
Calories
Fat (gr)
Calories in Beef (braising)
46 cal
2.5g
Calories in Beef (braising, lean)
40 cal
1.6g
Calories in Beef, Brisket (lean, boiled)
64 cal
3.1g
Calories in Beef, Fillet steak (lean, grilled)
54 cal
2.3g
Calories in Beef, Fillet steak (raw)
40 cal
1.7g
Calories in Beef, Mince (lean, cooked)
67 cal
3.3g
Calories in Beef, Mince (lean, raw)
50 cal
2.7g
Calories in Beef, quick fry (lean, raw)
36 cal
1.1g
Calories in Beef, Rib boneless (lean, roast)
67 cal
3.8g
Calories in Beef, Rump steak (lean, grilled)
51 cal
1.7g
Calories in Beef, Rump steak (lean, raw)
36 cal
1.2g
Calories in Beef, Silverside (lean, roast)
50 cal
1.5g
Calories in Beef, Sirloin (lean, roast)
54 cal
1.9g
Calories in Beef, Stewing Steak (lean, raw)
35 cal
1.0g
Calories in Beef, Topside (lean, roast)
50 cal
1.5g
Calories in Black Pudding
80 cal
6.3g
Calories in Black Pudding (fried)
86 cal
6.1g
Calories in Calf’s Liver (fried)
50 cal
2.7g
Calories in Calf’s Liver (raw)
30 cal
1.0g
Calories in Corned Beef
61 cal
3.5g
Calories in Ox Tongue (pressed)
85 cal
6.7g
Calories in Oxtail (meat only, casseroled)
70 cal
3.7g
Calories in Tripe (dressed)
15 cal
0.6g
Calories in Tripe (stewed)
28 cal
1.2g
Calories in Veal (escalope, raw)
30 cal
0.5g
Calories in Veal Fillet (breaded and fried)
60 cal
3.0g
Calories in Veal Fillet (roast)
65 cal
3.2g

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