Fish

09-07-2020
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Fish just like meat is an excellent source of protein, but several seafoods are also rich in omega 3 fat acids, so eating them on a daily basis can result in a better state of health.


Protein, carbs and fat content of 100g:
TunaP:19,4gC:1,2gF:0,5gC:89kcal
Sea fishP:19,4gC:1,2gF:0,5gC:89kcal
SalmonP:20,0gC:0,2gF:14,0gC:213kcal
AmurP:18,0gC:0,2gF:7,5gC:144kcal
Silver carpP:18,0gC:0,6gF:1,9gC:94kcal
ZanderP:19,0gC:0,2gF:0,8gC:86kcal
Cat fishP:17,5gC:0,2gF:3,0gC:100kcal
HakeP:20,2gC:0,0gF:0,9gC:91kcal
Herring (in oil)P:15,9gC:0,7gF:33,8gC:382kcal
Herring (with tomatoe sauce)P:18,9gC:0,8gF:14,6gC:217kcal
CaviarP:26,0gC:4,6gF:16,0gC:274kcal
TroutP:21,5gC:0,2gF:2,9gC:116kcal
Carp (morpha hungaricus)P:16,0gC:0,1gF:4,0gC:103kcal
CarpP:15,8gC:0,1gF:8,7gC:146kcal
Sardine (in oil)P:22,5gC:0,3gF:21,4gC:293kcal
Cod filletP:19,4gC:1,2gF:0,5gC:89kcal
Herring filletP:18,0gC:0,0gF:9,0gC:158kcal
PrawnP:20,0gC:1,0gF:1,7gC:102kcal


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