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Calories in fish

Sarah Horrocks
by Sarah Horrocks Published on September 18, 2008

Like everything that comes from the sea, fish is good for you. Even oily fish is high in good fatty acids, as well as packed with good protein, phosphorus, iron, Vitamin B and many other nutrients. And even oily fish only has a low-to-average calorie content. So for the good of your health and your figure, put fish on the menu at least twice a week! Here’s the calorie content of the various types of fish.

Like everything that comes from the sea, fish is good for you. Even oily fish is high in good fatty acids, as well as packed with good protein, phosphorus, iron, Vitamin B and many other nutrients. And even oily fish only has a low-to-average calorie content. So for the good of your health and your figure, put fish on the menu at least twice a week! Here’s the calorie content of the various types of fish.

Lean fish

Monkfish 65 calories

Whiting 69 calories

Squid 73 calories

Hake 74 calories

Cod 76 calories

Haddock 77 calories

Dried salted cod 79 calories

Flounder 80 calories

Hake 80 calories

Pike 82 calories

Sole 83 calories

Pike perch 83 calories

Plaice 86 calories

Ray 89 calories

Semi-oily fish

Sea bream 100 calories

Perch 100 calories

Anchovy 100 calories

Trout 108 calories

Swordfish 111 calories

Halibut 113 calories

Carp 115 calories

Sardine 118 calories

Oily fish

Tuna 149 calories

Mackerel 180 calories

Salmon 202 calories

Herring 233 calories

Eel 281 calories

Smoked fish

Haddock 86 calories

Salmon 150 calories

Herring 160 calories

Trout 170 calories

Shellfish

Crab 65 calories

Crayfish 65 calories

Lobster 81 calories

Prawn 86 calories

Spiny lobster 89 calories

Scampi/langoustine 90 calories

Oysters 47 calories

Cockles 47 calories

Mussels 51 calories

Scallops 74 calories

Whelk 89 calories

Clams 168 calories

Preserved and prepared food

Surimi 110 calories

Plain tuna in brine 115 calories

Anchovies in oil 145 calories

Sardines with tomatoes 150 calories

Mackerel with mustard 150 calories

Mackerel with white wine 160 calories

Sardines in oil 200 calories

Tuna in oil 200 calories

Fish in breadcrumbs 200 calories

by Sarah Horrocks

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