Pork can be cooked in different ways. You may grill it, roast it, broil it, cook it with spices, cook it plain with fewer spices and prepare it in many other ways. The calorie content in pork depends on the way it is prepared and also based on whether it is consumed boneless or with bone. The calorie content in one cup of roasted boneless pork weighing around 140 grams contains approximately 249.2 calories. The total fat content in an equal serving of similarly prepared pork contains 12.62 grams of fat out of which 4.36 grams is saturated fat, 6.21 grams is monounsaturated fat and 1.97 grams of polyunsaturated fat. The cholesterol content in an equal serving of roasted pork is 82.6 mg, iron content is 1.87 mg, calcium content is 11.2 mg, sodium content is 2100 mg and protein content is 31.66 grams.
One ounce of roasted boneless pork contains 50.46 calories. The total fat content in an equal serving of roasted boneless pork is 2.55 grams out of which 0.88 grams is saturated fat, 1.25 grams is monounsaturated fat and 0.4 gram is polyunsaturated fat. It also contains 16.72 mg Cholesterol, 6.41 grams of protein, 0.38 mg of iron and 2.26 mg of calcium.
Grilled pork is also quite delicious and many people prefer consuming pork cooked in this way. A one cup serving of grilled pork chop contains 310 calories. An equal serving of grilled pork chop has 37 grams protein and 12 grams fat. Half a cup of grilled pork chop has 155 calories, 18 grams of proteins and 6 grams fat. Six oz of grilled pork chop has 188 calories, 22 grams of proteins and 7 grams of fat content.
Barbecue pork is also a popular choice. A 4 oz serving of barbecue pork has 224 calories out of which 126 calories are obtained from fat.