Have you eaten fish today? What kind of fish is it? There are hundred kinds of sea food in the market and you probably haven’t heard about sablefish. If you want to learn more about its nutritional value and how it can improve your health, then continue reading this post. Plus, it might even help you to lose weight as well.
What is Sablefish?
Block cod, the more acceptable market name for sablefish, is a white fish commonly found in muddy sea beds in North Pacific. This fish is commercially important to Japan as one primary ingredient for their famous dishes such as sushi.
Its white flesh is soft-textured and very delicious. So tasty, it is one of the most in-demand fish in different countries. Its meat has high levels of fat and is ideal for any types of cooking method such as steak, frying, broiling, smoking, grilling and even baking.
Nutritional Value of Sablefish
Sablefish is one of the most nutritious fish that you could find in the market today. It contains high levels of omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA. As from my previous post about fatty acids, omega 3 is an essential nutrient that can only be found in oily fish such as salmons. However, sablefish are said to contain a lot more oil than pink salmon.
Nutrient Data published a full and detailed nutrition information about sablefish. This includes the following.
vitamin B6, B12
Fats and Fatty Acids:
less saturated fat
omega 3 fatty acids
omega 6 fatty acids
Sablefish also have less calories, amino acids and protein. So, if you are looking for a healthy fish, go for sablefish. But wait, there is something fishy about sablefish!
Issues with Sablefish
Sablefish is more than just a healthy fish, but there’s more fishy about this fish. So healthy, it acts like a natural laxative. Yes, consuming more than 6oz of sablefish can cause loose bowel movement. And when you fart, you may also experience some oily green substance that naturally comes out of your rectum. That’s how oily sablefish is.
Well, frequent trips to the bathroom might seem unusual and unhealthy for you. People around the world have mixed opinions about how sablefish affects the digestive system. But for me it’s just normal and healthy. It is just eating a natural detox food that will improve your intestinal tract.
You can try and see how the oil in this fish work by frying it without cooking oil. You will notice that it will fry on itself, making it the most oily fish food in the world. But can it raise up your bad cholesterol? Never! The oil is practically a good oil, food of healthy fatty acids that are essential to health. You don’t need to worry about the oil coming out of your behind after eating sablefish, because it literally helps clean your digestive system.
Summary on Sablefish
Sablefish is an oily fish that can amaze you in many ways. It is a perfect ingredient in various dishes and a delicious food. It is pack with important fatty acids, amino acids, minerals and vitamins that are all essential to health. It can also help manage your weight because it improves your digestive system while giving you all the nutrients that can help you on your weight management endeavors.
If you are totally uncomfortable with the oily substance coming out of your rectum, don’t worry as it is just normal. Just don’t eat sablefish during weekdays where you have to go to work or school, because you might accidentally splatter some stools on your pants, which is disgusting.