As the popularity of low-carb diets like keto increase, the searches for carbohydrate content are rising with it. If you are following a low-carb diet, here’s some good news: Steak does not contain any calories from carbohydrates. It’s made up solely of fat and protein.
Each and every steak will have a variable amount of calories, but in general the fattier the steak, the higher the caloric value. Depending on the exact cut of meat, your average steak can range from containing all the way from 30 to 60% of its calories from fat. If you are trying to lose weight it may be wise for you to cut the excess fat off of your steak.