Keto Diet: 4 Best Meat Steak Cuts to Eat

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The ketogenic diet, also referred to as the keto diet, is a low-carb diet where the body uses ketones produced in the liver for energy. A typical keto diet usually consists of around 70% fats, 25% protein, and 5% carbohydrates.

One of the biggest food intakes while on a keto diet is meat; both for proteins and fats. If you are on a keto diet or planning to try it, you’d be happy to know that meat steaks are very much welcome. Whether you choose to eat steaks in a restaurant or order steaks online from a place like Chicago Steak Company, this list of the best fat, juicy steak cuts to eat will help you enjoy your diet:

  • Skirt steak. Cut from the inner rib of a cow, skirt steaks are rich in fat and flavor. They are good for grilling or for cutting into strips to use in fajitas or kebobs.   
  • Ribeye steak. With up to 54 grams of fat in an 11-ounce ribeye steak, this is surely a fatty cut that’s good for keto. The high-fat content of a ribeye steak is not the only thing you will like about it. It is also affordable and easy to find.
  • Chuck steak. If you are looking for more affordable steak cuts while on a keto diet, put the chuck steak on your men. With visible layers of fat, this meat cut is tasty and flavorful but it can be tough and hard to chew if not cooked properly.
  • Strip steak. Cut from the short loin of a cow, the strip steak is tender and easy to prepare. It is also often called the New York strip steak, club steak (bone-in), and Delmonico steak. When it is still attached to the bone and has parts of the tenderloin attached to it, the strip steak becomes the T-bone steak and porterhouse steak.

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