As you probably know, the keto diet is currently sweeping the nation. Designed to cause the body to run on energy from fats instead of sugar, and it involves meals high in protein and fat and low in carbs. It can be challenging to get used to eating keto, but if you stick to it, it can dramatically affect both your body and mind. Want to hear some really good news about Wagyu beef? Keto diet adherents can feel free to indulge in this luscious, melt-in-your-mouth protein.

Not only is Wagyu a great source of protein, but it also has fat content that is ideal for someone following the keto diet. The beautiful marbling for which this kind of steak is known means the fat content is high, and the type of fat found in Wagyu is healthy fat. The combination of fat and protein found in Wagyu can help you build muscle and will also keep you alert during the day. We’ve got some great Wagyu beef kept recipes for you to try, but here’s some more good news: you don’t have to be keto to give them a try.

  • Upgrade your steak and eggs breakfast with Wagyu. What’s better than a hearty breakfast of steak and eggs? Substituting Wagyu for your standard grocery store steak. The savory fat in the Wagyu brings out the flavor of the eggs, and this meal is perfect with a side of grilled tomatoes and avocado slices.
  • Enhance your salad with Wagyu steak and cheese. Grill the perfect Wagyu steak, then top it with the cheese of your choice, for a perfect, high fat, high protein keto meal. Once the cheese has melted, put it onto a bed of mixed greens, top it with sliced tomatoes and olive oil or homemade pesto.
  • Make keto pasta with Wagyu and zoodles. Carb-filled noodles aren’t permitted on the keto diet, but zucchini noodles make a delicious substitute. Top your zoodles with marinara sauce and cubed Wagyu steak, then add sliced almonds and olives. One caveat: eat your zoodles while they’re fresh or they are likely to get soggy.

Whenever you are looking for top-quality American Wagyu Beef, you can trust Triple T Ranch. Located in south Alabama, our small, family-owned-and-operated ranch is a place where practicing proven husbandry techniques ensures the health and prosperity of the herd as well as the production of high-quality Wagyu beef. Our cattle are well cared-for and registered through the American Wagyu Association. Call (251)333-2800, shop for American Wagyu beef online, or contact us through our website for more information.