Is Salmon fattening??? A lot of people are asking me that question!
But Guys! As long as you eat everything in moderation, nothing is fattening! That’s the whole point!
It depends on the total calorie intake per day and how many calories you need to eat everyday.
So if you burn let’s say 10000 calories, and you eat 18oo calories, you’re going to gain weight of course, regardless the kind of food you are eating 🙂
In a simple way it’s all about the input v/s output!
Now, regarding the salmon:
It is great that you eat salmon!! Salmon is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which can reduce inflammation and improves skin texture. Salmon is high in protein which help fuel muscles and give the body energy.
Salmon can be greatly beneficial in lowering cholesterol levels, because it has heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce internal inflammation and support overall cardiovascular health, so this kind of fish is greatly recommended for any cholesterol-lowering diets!
Salmon is rich in Vitamin D, and we all know that a deficiency in vitamin D, leads to osteoporosis, to arthritis and to diabetes! Vitamin D plays a crucial role in lowering the risk of several types of cancer, including breast and prostate cancer.
Although salmon is high in sodium, that doesn’t mean that It cannot be consumed with people with high blood pressure! Omega-3 fatty acids contributes to heart health, which means it lowers the pressure in your heart! Salmon also contains large amount of protein but is very low in saturated fat.
The American Heart Association suggests to eat seafood twice a week. Fish should be grilled, broiled, or roasted. While frying is not recommended because it requires oil to cook it.
30 grams of salmon has 50 calories, and zero grams of carbohydrates!
Wanna eat healthy sushi??