Wagyu Beef is Heart Healthy

Wagyu Beef is Heart Healthy

This delectable protein is renowned for its marbling and amazing flavor, did you also know that it’s packed full of nutrition?

Not only is there flavor in the fat, but also a lot of nutrients. Wagyu has as much as 300% more monounsaturated fats versus mono-saturated fats. In addition, up to 50% of all the marbling in Wagyu is made up of oleic-acid, leaving only the smallest portion of its fat being saturated.

Texas A&M University recent study shows that...

“The profile of Wagyu marbled beef is very beneficial to human health.”

"The mono-unsaturated to saturated fat ratio is higher in wagyu than in other beef, but even the saturated fat contained in Wagyu is different.  40% of it is in a version called stearic acid, which is regarded as having a minimal impact in raising cholesterol levels. It can be described as a healthier type of meat”.

Rates of cholesterol by protein:

Per 100 grams:

Wagyu       – 10 mg

Fish            – 28 mg

Turkey       – 36 mg

Chicken – 32 mg

Buffalo   – 39 mg

Rabbit   – 32 mg

Wagyu has been compared to olive oil in its nutritional value of extremely high omega 3 and omega 6 content – it’s up there with wild salmon.

There’s never been a time better than now to experience this amazing protein. With so many regions around the world producing wagyu, your options are nearly endless.