Dobroflot Far Eastern natural mackerel with oil, 245g
Since the fatty meat of mackerel is quite soft (16% fat), rich in vitamins (B12, E, PP, B1, C, B5) and has no small bones, it is very nice to eat different variations of this fish at the table . Scientists believe that it is the Omega-3 family of fatty acids that help prevent cardiovascular disease and improve capillary blood flow. Mackerel is one of the few fish that children love and is especially useful for them because it boosts the immune system. Introducing mackerel meat into the diet lowers cholesterol levels, activates the formation of cartilage tissue, and nourishes cartilage and bone cells with oxygen. This effect is necessary for everyone who has difficulty working the musculoskeletal system. Mackerel is an excellent ingredient in many dishes. It is stewed, stuffed, fried, pickled, boiled, grilled, pickled and smoked. The fish is marinated in oil and tomato sauce, with which the minced meat is made.