Cod fish 17.9g 0g 0.9g 340kJ (80kcal) Haddock Fish 16.4g 0g 1.2g 325kJ (80kcal) Monkfish 24g 1.7g Orange Roughy Fish 22.64g 0g 0.034g 105 Salmon Fish Fillets (Boneless) 21.6g 0g 14.0g 885kJ (215kcal) Sardines (Fish) 21.5g trace 9.6g 721kJ (172kcal) Tilapia Fish 24g 0 4g 105 Tuna Fish (Steak) 25.6g 0g 0.5g 455kJ (110kcal) Tuna Fish (Tinned) 26.3g 0.0g 10.7g 843kJ / 202kcal
And how much fish should we eat?
It's advised (including by the British government) that you aim to eat at least two portions of fish per week, therefore, if you are putting your body under serious stress from your gym workouts i'd like to recommend eating it at least 3-4 times a week.
And one note on oily fish:
Oily fish are a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamins A and D. Some of the most common oily fish are tuna, sardines, mackerel and salmon. It's suggested that you shouldn't eat too much oily fish because of it's high fat content so try to mix your oily fish with other sources.
A good (high) protein food is good for everyone it helps to maintain a healthy body and build muscle. You don't have to be a body builder to want to eat healthy, that is exactly why I train people for general fitness.