Mackerel in tomato sauce 160g.
Mackerel in spicy tomato sauce 160g.
Mackerel in brine 160g.
Mackerel breakfast 160g.
Mackerel fillets in tomato sauce 180g.
Mackerel fillets in spicy tomato sauce 180g.
Mackerel fillets with sunflower oil 170g.
Mackerel fillets fish salad 180g.
Health Benefits Of Mackerel
The health benefits of mackerel are numerous.Lowering triglycerides: High levels of triglycerides in the body have been linked to heart disease and stroke. The most common causes for a high triglyceride level are obesity and poorly maintained diabetes, mainly stemmed from an inactive lifestyle and a poor diet that includes a high intake of sugary foods, carbohydrates and alcohol. Fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, like mackerel, have been proven to be very effective in lowering triglyceride levels. Mackerel has been shown to be effective for, not only reducing the risk of heart disease, but also a deterrent for dying from heart disease due to its omega-3 fatty acids. Bad cholesterol particles, also known as low-density lipoprotein (LDL), are lowered by the fish oil found in mackerel, while good cholesterol particles, known as high-density lipoproteins (HDL), are increased by the fish oil found in mackerel. Mackerel can help strengthen the immune system and improve overall body functions due to the amount of vitamins and nutrients it contains. Mackerel is a good source for vitamins like niacin (vitamin B3), choline, folate, vitamin E, vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C and vitamin B12. All of these vitamins contain numerous health benefits and help with proper body function as well.
Mackerel is one of the most important fish for the survival of the seaside and coastal ancient peoples in Europe. Its hunting with nets in the Mediterranean Sea and the Sea of Marmara has been extremely effective. Some historians even call it a “horn of abundance” because of its large passages.
Nowadays, along with tuna and herring, mackerel is one of the most widely consumed fish in the world. Hunting and breeding make up an important part of the export economies of most countries around the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean.