Wild Lake Trout is one of the healthiest fish you can include in your diet.
- Nutritional Profile– One cooked wild lake trout filet weighing about 2 ounces has 1 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A. The serving also provides seven of the B-complex vitamins: It contains 77 percent of the RDI for B12, 18 percent for thiamin and niacin, 15 percent for riboflavin, 14 percent for pantothenic acid, 7 percent for B6, and 2 percent for folate. The cooked fish provides 3 percent of the RDI for calcium, 7 percent for iron and copper, 4 percent for magnesium and zinc, 19 percent for phosphorus, 6 percent for potassium, 2 percent for sodium, 34 percent for manganese and 14 percent for selenium. One 2-ounce fillet contains sufficient amino acids for your body to produce 33 percent of the recommended daily intake of protein. It also provides 8 percent of the RDI for fat and gives you 118 calories.
- Health Benefits– A group of B vitamins facilitates digestion, making it possible for your body to extract energy from foods. Omega-3 fatty acids can reduce the risk of heart disease, may also help prevent breast cancer, also help prevent neurological disorders like dementia, depression, bipolar disorder and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Important notice– The best way to consume wild trout is to remove the skin and fat. Most of the toxins collected from the contaminated waters are concentrated in the skin and fat.
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