More of Our Fish Variety
Squid – or calamari – is a good source of protein and provides essential vitamins and minerals. Plain, uncooked calamari is exceptionally low in calories and fat, and it’s also a great source of copper.
Crab is much more than a popular item on a seafood menu. Like most seafood, it offers a number of impressive health benefits including protecting the heart, reducing inflammation, strengthening bones and boosting the immune system.
King Crab Leg
High in lean protein, low in calories and free of carbs, king crab legs provide more than a dozen essential vitamins and minerals. Due to the amount of calcium and phosphorus, crab it is suitable for maintaining healthy teeth and bone development.
High in protein and omega-3 and low in calories, sea bass is a deliciously nutritious food. Packed with vitamins, including B-6 and B-12, sea bass helps reduce health issues, including those related to the heart and its high level of Vitamin D helps combat depression.
The health benefits of tuna fish include its ability to reduce cardiovascular conditions, stimulate growth and development, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels and help in weight loss.
Red snapper is a low-calorie, lean source of protein that is rich in selenium, Vitamin A, potassium and omega-3 fatty acids. Packed with almost 70% of the recommended daily intake of selenium, red snapper supports white blood cell function.
Conger Eel is underrated as a delicious and nutritious part of any seafood plate. Often used in sushi, Conger Eel is a packed with nutrients and, as a result, offers many health benefits. Eel possess a certain substance that is best for rejuvenation.
Most fish, including grouper, are naturally low in calories. It’s high in protein, rich in vitamins and minerals and does not contain any carbs, making it the perfect choice for those who are conscious about eating healthy and losing weight.
Halibut fish has high content of Omega 3 fatty acids, which has protective effect on cardiovascular system to prevent heat ailments, maintain cholesterol levels, prevent atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, arteries clotting and stroke.
Sea Bream is full of all the good stuff. It helps lower your bad cholesterol (LDL), raises your good cholesterol (HDL), helps with your blood pressure and is still packed with Omega-3 and protein. Best of all it’s easy to cook.
Mackerel, like most seafood, has a wide variety of health benefits including preventing heart disease, lowers the risk of diabetes and controls blood pressure levels. Popular in Indian dishes, mackerel is commonly fried or used in curry dishes.