Eating Really Healthy Fish

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Eating Really Healthy Fish

We all know that salmon is a very healthy fish but it's not the only healthy fish in the sea, there are other fish that are good for you plus they are good for your heart and brain to so come on and follow me to the sea of healthiness.

Abbreviations for Grams are (g), Milligrams are (mg), Micrograms are (mcg), and International units are (IUs)

''Barramundi''

This is a mild tasting fish that is meaty and packed with omega-3's over 500 milligram preserving twice the punch of most fish.

A 3 ounce serving of Barramundi contains;

70 calories

1 gram of fat

35g protein

480mg of omega 3's.

''Catfish''

Many people call this fish a bottom feeder but this fish offers a lot of different daily requirements like B 12 and that's really good for people 50 and older. The 2011 study in the journal of Neurology says that vitamin B12 helps in keeping your brain from shrinkage.

A 3 ounce serving of Catfish contains;

122 calories

6 grams of fat

16g protein

165mg omega 3's

2.4mcg B12

8iu's of vitamin D

8mcb selenium

''Mackerel''

One of the best sources of vitamin D and sources from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics say vitamin D Plays a very important role with your bone. moods and immunity.

3 ounces of Mackerel contains

223 calories

15 grams of fat

20g of protein

1,208mg of omega 3's

16.2mcg B12

311IUs f vitamin D

44 mcg of selenium


''Pollock''

A super tasty fish known mainly for fish sticks, but it offers so much more a Pollock fillet is packed with selenium which is very good for us because it helps in reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes according to sources at Harvard,School of Public Health.

3 ounces of Pollock contains;

100 Calories

1gram of fat

21g of protein

484 mg of omega 3's

3.1 mcg of B 12

43 iIU's of vitamin D

40 mcg of selenium

''Rainbow Trout'

A great tasting fish that is packed with protein and omega-3's, according to Columbia University Researchers that these healthy agents protects against cognitive decline.

3 ounces of Rainbow Trout contains;

143 calories

6 grams of fat

20g of protein

905 of omega 3's

3.5mcg of B 12

645IUs of vitamin D

24 mcg selenium

''Sardines''

This is one fish that you can eat the meat and the bones and is packed with more calcium than a cup of low-fat milk, just having these two agents working together can decrease the risk of premature mortality according to the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

3 ounces of Sardines contains;

177 calories

10 grams of fat

21g of protein

1,259 of omega 3's

7.6mcg of B 12

164 IUs of vitamin D

45mcg of selenium

As you can see Salmon s not the only fish in the sea that is good for you so try some of these there tasty easy to work with and good for you in so ways.


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carol7777 3 years ago from Arizona

Thank you for sharing this valuable information on fish. I will remember this when buying fish next time. Voting up and pinning.


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Handicapped Chef 3 years ago from Radcliff Ky Author

Carol I thought it was something worth talking about when it comes to our health I think we should all listen and learn.


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tonymead60 3 years ago from Yorkshire

HI Chef

an interesting list and useful information, I wrote a hub using Barramundi which you might be interersted in.

http://hubpages.com/food/How-to-make-Barramundi-wi...

My source of this fish has ended, I know that they farm it in the States.

Pollack is another under rated fish, it has lots of taste and unlike haddock and cod which have been over fished it is still plentiful.

good hub

regards

Tony


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Handicapped Chef 3 years ago from Radcliff Ky Author

Tony thanks for the comments I will check out your hub on Barramundi for me I really like to eat all kind of fish cooked and type of way.

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