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Calories in a New York Strip Steak

author image Melodie Anne
Melodie Anne Coffman specializes in overall wellness, with particular interests in women's health and personal defense. She holds a master's degree in food science and human nutrition and is a certified instructor through the NRA. Coffman is pursuing her personal trainer certification in 2015.
Calories in a New York Strip Steak
A grilled New York strip steak on a white plate with asparagus. Photo Credit Jack Puccio/iStock/Getty Images

The New York strip is from the top part of the short loin, near the ribs of the cow. Because it comes from a part of the animal that doesn’t have a lot of movement, the New York strip is impeccably tender. Even though you may crave a steak once in a while, keep your portion size small or split it with a partner. Calories quickly add up if you opt for the biggest strip on the menu.


You won’t have to fret about your waistline if you get a moderate-size, 4-ounce New York strip steak. This serving of steak has a total of around 215 calories. New York strip steak, as well as any cut of beef, does not contain carbohydrates. Roughly 65 percent of the calories come from protein, while the remaining 35 percent come from fat.

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