Spanish mackerel / Surma Fish size 2-3 pcs. 1 kg.
Mackerel is a fish often compared to tuna because they share many characteristics—both are big oily fish that have a firm texture and are often packed in oil and canned. The two fish are members of the same family Scombridae, but mackerel are smaller fish and have a shorter life. Mackerel is oilier than tuna and has a richer but milder taste. Mackerel is high in protein and provides omega-3 fatty acids. The mild taste makes this a great addition to your diet if you want to include more fish in your diet but don’t like the strong taste of other types of fish.
Mackerel Nutrition Facts :
This nutrition information of raw mackerel.
Plain raw mackerel does not contain any carbohydrates, fiber, or sugar. However, any fish that is breaded or processed may include some carbohydrates.
May Improve Cardiometabolic Health in Children
Since evidence suggests that consumption of fatty fish may provide health benefits in adults, researchers are beginning to examine how fatty fish intake may improve development and health in children. One novel research study conducted on children in 2019 was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.