Video: The Benefits Of White Fish
White fish has a record amount of high-quality and easily digestible protein per one hundred gram portion (in a portion - the daily norm), with a minimum of calories: the best option for a light dinner for those who follow the figure. But proteins are far from the only thing that makes white fish a valuable nutrient. Yes, there are not so many omega-3 acids in it (unless we are talking about fatty halibut), but there are more than enough vitamins. White fish contains B vitamins (especially important among them - B6 and B12), which help detoxify the body and fight inflammation, and also contains vitamins A and C in large quantities.
Valuable micronutrients are another important reason to add white fish to your weekly diet (doctors recommend eating it at least two to three times). Varieties such as haddock are rich in iodine, which is responsible for the health of the thyroid gland, and sea bass is high in calcium and iron. Sodium, potassium and selenium are present in cod, perch, sea line: they act as natural antioxidants, improve digestion and are metabolic regulators.