Updated: Jun 9, 2020
Benefits of Wild Mackerel
- Rich in omega 3’s = fights inflammation, improves bone and joint health, provides mental clarity, improves sleep, promotes skin clarity, improves vision, fights depression and anxiety.
- Good Protein = crucial for muscle development and energy production.
- Low Mercury Levels = No toxicity unlike other fish like tuna.
- Vitamins = a Ton. Here are 5 out of the 24 of the vitamins and mineral that one fillet of Mackerel contains.
o 163 percent of vitamin B12 = Helps bone health, improves mood and symptoms of depression, helps memory, increases energy, supports healthy skin.
o 101 percent of vitamin D = Most Americans are deficient. The body needs vitamin D to balance calcium levels: a process that helps to create strong and healthy bones.
o 71% of selenium: Selenium is an antioxidant. It supports a healthy immune system and good cognitive function. It also decreases inflammation.
o 22% Phosphorus, 19% Magnesium, 9% Potassium: Among other effects these electrolytes help muscle recovery and prevent cramping