Calorie content of fish, per 100 grams of product. Discover the kilocalories that this food contributes and which ones contribute more or less.
In order to have a diet as varied and balanced as possible, it is necessary to opt above all for different groups of foods considered, in short, the healthiest and healthiest, which provide us with the different essential nutrients that our body needs to function correctly.
In this way, while it is essential to consume 5 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables every day, a week it is recommended to take between 4 to 5 servings of fish and shellfish (meaning an individual filet of 125 to 150 grams per serving).
In the case of fish, as you surely know, it is important to differentiate between blue fish (fatty fish especially rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, beneficial for cardiovascular health) and white fish (it provides less fat but also that blue fish is rich in phosphorus and calcium, as well as vitamins and other essential nutrients).
It is a food that generally does not provide many calories, compared to other foods of animal origin such as meat (you can learn more about the calories in meat in our special article). But from a nutritional point of view, in addition to their healthy fatty acid content, they stand out for their incredible amount of proteins of high biological value, which means that they provide the majority of essential amino acids.
Calories provided by 100 grams of fish
|Blue whiting||73 kcal|
|Sea bream||86 kcal|
|Red mullet||97 kcal|