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egg-yolk

scallops
herring
mackerel
oysters
surfclams
tuna
salmon

fruits

1000 g = 1 mg = 0.001 g.

Salmon, (Atlantic; Salmo salari) per 100 g.

 

nutrient

unit

wild
salmon*
wild
salmon**
hatchery-
salmon*
protein
g
20
20
20

proteinquality

 
36%
45%
36%
fat
g
6
14
11
omega-3 fats
g
2
4
2

alpha-linolenic acid
(LNA)

mg
295
551
94

eicosapentanoic acid
(EPA)

mg
321
709
618

docosapentanoic acid
(DPA)

mg
287
438
 

docosahexanoic acid
(DHA)

mg
1115
2150
1293
good cholesterol
mg
55

44

59

vitamines
vitamin B1
g
226

170

340
vitamin B2
g
380

170

120
vitamin B3
g
7860

7500

7505
vitamin B5
g
1664

1000

1380
vitamin B6
g
818

980

637
vitamin B9
g
25

3

26
vitamin B12
g
3

3

3
vitamin A
g
12

41

15
vitamin D
g
 

16

 
vitamin E
g
 

2200

 
minerales
calcium
mg
12

13

12
iron
mg
0.8

1

0.4
magnesium
mg
29

29

28
phosphorus
mg
200

266

233
potassium
mg
490

371

362
sodium
mg
44

51

59
zinc
mg
0.6

0.8

0.4
copper
g
250

200

49
manganese
g
16

14

15
nickel
g
 

2

 
fluoride
g
 

30

 
iodide
g
 

34

 
boron
g
 

40

 
silicon
g
 

500

 
selenium
g
37

26

37

 

* USDA databank op het internet

 

** Souci, Fachmann, Kraut; Food Composition And Nutrition Tabels

Medpharm Scientific Publishers Stuttgart



Salmon

 

 

 

Salmon is sake in Japanese restaurants, differently pronounced than  sake ricewine.

 

Its really not that expensive to eat fresh raw salmon on a daily basis. That's because you don't need much (about 50 to 100 gram daily) and  you can easily keep fresh raw salmon (or tuna) in the fridge and eat from it for 3 days in a row, so that you only need to buy 150 to 300 gram fresh raw salmon every 3 days.

 

Be aware that some salmon has a pale, white haze and a 'milky' taste. It doesn't taste like salmon and you probably wont like it at all. Hatchery salmon may also be stringy, as badly-ripened mangoes and avocadoes may. Normally this wouldnt be an issue, because if you cook or bake the salmon, these strings soften up and you wont notice them when you eat the fish, but with raw salmon these strings will keep you from eating the fish.

Don't be afraid to tell the people where you buy your fish when something is wrong about the fish they sell. Tell them that you will be eating the fish raw, so that they will only sell you high quality fish. And if they won't give you high quality fish anyway, you just go to another shop.

If that's not possible, try tuna, and/or fresh raw egg yolks.

 

Like all animal food in a normal diet, also hatchery salmon may contain residues from antibiotics and hormones or other growth-stimulators. Hormones, for example, don't need to be injected but may also be administrated by adding these to the feedings.

We should demand biologically raised fish.

 

 

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