Anchovies and sardines, a natural source of Omega 3 Although they are small fish, they are the giants of the food world. Because of their great nutritional value, they are the most consumed fish in the world.
Anchovies and sardines have a high fat content, being a wonderful source of omega 3 acids that help lower cholesterol and therefore prevent cardio-vascular disease.
The protein in sardines is very easily digested and metabolised by the body without any problems.
In terms of vitamins, we should mention those from group B, such as B12 and B1. We can also find other liposolubles, such as vitamins A, D and E.
The minerals present in the greatest quantities are phosphorous, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc and iodine.
Given their high content of purines, care must be taken with their consumption in the event of contracting gout or hyperuricemia.
|Energy||127 kcal||195 kcal|
|Protein||17,60 g||27,40 g|
|Lipids||6,30 g||9,30 g|
|Carbohydrates||0,00 g||0,40 g|
|Saturated fats||1,65 g||2,64 g|
|Monounsaturated fats||1,33 g||1,80 g|
|Polyunsaturated fats||2,18 g||2,28 g|
|Cholesterol||69 mg||100 mg|
NUTRITIONAL VALUE PER 100g
Our fishing areas
Our raw material comes mainly from the fishing grounds: FAO 37, FAO 27, FAO 34 and FAO 41.