How much cholesterol is in steak?

Answer There are approximately 70mg of cholesterol in a 3-oz. T-bone or porterhouse steak, and 75mg of cholesterol in a 3-oz. rump steak. This applies to broiled steaks with both fat and lean parts.Source... Read More »

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Is beef steak high in cholesterol?

Beef steak is a high cholesterol food at 70 milligrams of cholesterol for a 3.5 ounce portion. Cholesterol comes from animal products. You should limit your total cholesterol intake to 300 milligra... Read More »

What has more cholesterol: steak or lobster?

Steak has more cholesterol than lobster. A 3 oz. lobster has about 61 mg of cholesterol, while a lean, 3 oz. porterhouse steak contains about 71 mg of cholesterol. Steaks with more fat content will... Read More »

When on a low cholesterol diet, how much cholesterol can one consume?

Although it's not easy to determine how much cholesterol you can have on a low cholesterol diet--you need to work this out with your doctor and nutritionist--the American Heart Association says you... Read More »

How much cholesterol is ok in a low cholesterol diet?

On One Hand: Serving By ServingA low-cholesterol diet is based on the number of milligrams present in any single serving of food. To maintain a low-cholesterol diet, never eat more than 20 mg of ch... Read More »