Trout is a fish that should not be missing from a balanced and healthy diet.

The nutritional value of trout per 100 g (portion size – average) is 107 calories (Kcal) with 20-26 g of protein and 5-17 g of useful fats.

In particular, the beneficial omega-3 fats per 100gr are EPA: 219 mg and DHA: 496 mg. It also contains Selenium, Vitamin D, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin A.

The recommended dose by nutritionists includes 2-3 times fish per meal per week that provides us with the important 500 grams of Ω-3 that the body needs on a daily basis.

Omega 3 fatty acids belong to the category of fatty acids that can not be produced naturally by our body so they should be added to our daily diet.

The high amount of Omega-3 fatty acids it contains makes trout a fish with many beneficial properties in terms of heart, blood vessels and brain. Omega-3 fatty acids have a positive effect on many different systems of our body, such as lowering cholesterol and triglycerides, reducing strokes, regulating sugar and blood pressure.