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An average serving size of Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon is approximately 150 grams.

Compared to other types of seafood containing beneficial omega 3's, Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon is well above the average with over 2,000mg per 100gms verses the other types of fish that average about 210mg per 100gms.

Food type Milligrams (mg) per 100g (average level)
Salmon 2,170mg
Oysters 150mg
Prawns 120mg
Lobster 105mg
Turkey 35mg
Chicken 19mg
Lamb 18mg
Beef 22mg
Pork 0mg
Veal 0mg

In addition to being an excellent source of low cholesterol protein, Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon is also full of vitamins and minerals.

Vitamin Function
Vitamin B12 Helps maintain nerve cells and red blood cells plus builds genetic material (DNA)
Niacin Helps the nervous system and digestive tract
Vitamin B6 Needed for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, plus nerve and brain function
Thiamin (Vitamin B1) Helps carbohydrate metabolism and muscle and coordination. Promotes proper nerve function.
Pantothenic Acid Pantothenic acid (PA), a B-complex vitamin, is essential for growth, reproduction, and normal physiological functions. It helps metabolism and nerve functio
Vitamin A Essential for a healthy immune system, skin and eyes. Maintains hair, bones and teeth
Vitamin C Vitamin C is important to all animals, including humans, because it is vital to the production of collagen and is not produced naturally by the body
Folate Promotes growth and development during pregnancy. Helps heart and nervous system
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) Metabolises all foods and releases energy to the body. Protects cells from damage
Mineral Function
Selenium This antioxidant protects cells from damage and is needed to produce thyroid hormones
Phosphorous This non-metallic element is good for boosting energy levels. Builds bones. Helps nerve and muscle function.
Potassium Important in maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance in the body, as well as enabling muscle contractions and nerve impulses.
Magnesium Aids muscle contraction and bone growth
Sodium Sodium is crucial for maintaining the health of every cell in the human system
Zinc Promotes a healthy immune system and many aspects of digestion and metabolism
Copper Copper, a mineral, is necessary (along with iron) for the formation of haemoglobin. It also helps keep bones, blood vessels, and nerves healthy.
Calcium Good for strong bones and teeth
Iron Improves concentration and also toughens bones
Manganese This mineral has been found to improve blood sugar levels among diabetes sufferers