Pork vs Beef: All Nutritional Differences

Where is more calories, protein, carbs - what is more healthy?

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Pork - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition
Beef - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition

Pork vs beef - where is more calories?

At first glance, you can see that in pork is just a little more calories than in beef.

Pork has 242 kcal per 100g and beef 250 kcal per 100g so it is pretty easy to calculate that the difference is about 3 %.

In pork and in beef most calories came from fat.

pork or beef - where is more nutrients?

Pork vs beef nutrition, vitamins and minerals

per 100gPorkBeef
Calories242 250
Fat13.92 g15.41 g
Protein27.32 g25.93 g
Water57.87 g57.98 g
Calcium19 mg18 mg
Iron0.87 mg2.6 mg
Magnessium28 mg21 mg
Phosphorus1.3 mg1.2 mg
Potassium423 mg318 mg
Sodium62 mg72 mg
Zink1.3 mg1.2 mg
Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine)0.877 mg0.046 mg
Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin)0.321 mg0.176 mg
Vitaminium B3 (Niacin)5.037 mg5.378 mg
Vitaminium B60.464 mg0.382 mg
Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid)0.005 mg0.009 mg
Vitaminium E0.29 mg0.12 mg


It is aslo easy to see see that in pork is more protein than in beef.

There is 25.93g per 100g of beef and 27.32g per 100g of pork so using simple math we can see that difference is about 5 %.


There is the same amount of carbohydrates in pork and beef - 0g/100g.


In pork is less fats than in beef.

The tables above show us that there is 15.41g/100g of fats in beef and 13.92g/100g in pork. In this case difference is about 11 %.

See tables below to compare pork with beef in details.


  • Calories242
  • Fat13.92 g
  • Protein27.32 g
  • Water57.87 g
Pork calories per:
100g | ounce | standard serving size | pork shoulder | pork neck | pork tenderloin | pork chop slice

Calories source

  • 0% CARBS.
  • 47% PROTEIN
  • 53% FAT


  • Calories250
  • Fat15.41 g
  • Protein25.93 g
  • Water57.98 g
Beef calories per:
100g | ounce | cup | half cup | neck | shoulder | shank | tail

Calories source

  • 0% CARBS
  • 43% PROTEIN
  • 57% FAT

Vitamins: beef vs pork

  • Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine): pork 1807% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin): pork 82% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B3 (Niacin): beef 7% more than pork
  • Vitaminium B6: pork 21% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid): beef 80% more than pork
  • Vitaminium E: pork 142% more than beef

Minerals: pork vs beef

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All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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