An 85g serving of haddock gives you 20g of protein. That's about 40% of your recommended daily amount (RDA). Packed with protein, it keeps you fuller for longer and with its low-fat and low-calorie content it's good food to help with weight loss.


Only 95 calories per 85g portion, the key to keeping it low in fat is in its cooking. Grill, bake, or broil it rather than fry it. 

It's also packed with essential B-vitamins that help metabolism and plenty of minerals- manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, copper and zinc. 

 

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