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Calories in Beef
The meat of bulls, cows, steers or heifer is called beef. Beef is popular in America, the Arab world, Europe, and Australia, where livestock is reared especially for its meat. The meat is eaten as roasts, steak, minced meat, or sausages. The bones are used to make stock. The calories in beef are 183 with 8.7 grams of fat, whereas a similar serving of buffalo meat contains 93 calories and 1.8 grams of fat.
How Many Calories in Beef Tenderloin and Broccoli
Calories in beef tenderloin (251 g) are 530. It is high in vitamins and trace elements, but has high cholesterol. Corned beef is processed food. Corned beef is cooked beef or pickled or cured beef in brine. In a serving of 85 g, calories in corned beef are 213. Fat calories are 130. It is rich in protein and essential vitamins. Here’s a recipe for Asian beef and broccoli. Marinate thin strips of low calorie beef with rice vinegar, garlic, 1½ tsp of Chinese five-spice and pepper powder. For the gravy, add low sodium soy and Asian sauces to cornstarch keep aside. Stir fry green onions slices, then add broccoli and cook till tender. Add marinated beef and stir fry for a few minutes. Pour the sauce and keep stirring till gravy thickens. Serve with brown rice. Lean beef minus its fat (low calorie beef) is a good source of protein. Vitamins B6 and B12 prevent blood clots and heart problems, colon cancer, ear infections. and cell damage. Minerals in beef help in forming healthy bones and teeth and strengthening the immune system.
|Submitted on January 16, 2014|