Fish food has lot of advantages, but only if cooked in the right way

by Medindia Content Team on  October 8, 2005 at 6:49 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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Fish food has lot of advantages, but only if cooked in the right way
It is important for fish food to be cooked the right way to harness the benefits to the maximum. This is because the cooking preparation is as important as the amount of fat and calories in your meals.

Ready to dive into the nutrition facts? Just one piece of batter-dipped fish has 170 calories and 11 grams of fat. Fish or shrimp preparations accompanied by fried stuff, hushpuppies and coleslaw will probably give you 1,240 calories and 70 grams fat, in addition to a sense of fullness in the stomach.

If you want to reap all the benefits of fish and shellfish, which are naturally low in fat and calories and high on flavor, it is better that you keep away from restaurant preparations. It is generally safe to zero in on steamed, broiled, baked and grilled dishes.

It is a generally healthy if you can cut down on the sauce or omit them altogether is even better. It is time you let go off the crispy coating and flaky inside fish sticks. Perhaps, lightened preparations of fish foods at home can serve the purpose.

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