Is beef steak high in cholesterol?

Answer 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 »

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How much cholesterol is in steak?

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 »

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 »

Is steak beef?

Usually. While steak commonly refers to beef, the term can also be applied to other meat, such as ham, or fish, such as halibut, swordfish and tuna. Beef steak comes in nearly a dozen cuts such as ... Read More »

What does it mean if someone has high blood HDL Cholesterol and low LDL Cholesterol levels?

These are SUPER good numbers. HDL is 'Good' cholesterol, you want to be over 40 on this one. Your HDL is SUPER high for a male.LDL is 'Bad' cholesterol. You want to be ideally below 100 on this ... Read More »