Mackerel: calories, carbs, fats and other nutrients

Mackerel

Mackerel is easily digested by the body and is an excellent source of protein, it also contains large amounts of phosphorus, iodine, calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, zinc, fluoride. Mackerel contains nicotinic acid and vitamin D, which are also important factors in the health of the bones and nervous system and contribute to digestion. Just 100 grams of fish contains up to half of the daily protein allowance. When you consume fatty fish, mackerel, the body gets at least twice as many calories as when you eat white fish. Unlike saturated fats of animal origin, unsaturated fats from fish are considered to be the most useful. According to scientists, it is the fatty acids of the Omega-3 family contained in fish that help to prevent cardiovascular diseases, reduce the risk of blood clots in the vessels, and also help to improve blood flow in the capillaries.

Macroelements and calories

Proteins (g)Fats (g)Carbohydrates (g)Calories
18  9153

Vitamins (mg)

  • A: 0,01
  • B1: 0,12
  • B2: 0,36
  • B3: 3,9
  • B9: 0,009
  • C: 1,2
  • E: 1,6

Microelements (mg)

  • Potassium, K: 280
  • Calcium, Ca: 40
  • Magnesium, Mg: 50
  • Sodium, Na: 100
  • Phosphorus, P: 280
  • Iron, Fe: 1,7

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