Nutritional Profile of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
We got 57 nutritional values in our nutrition profile for Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat).
Nutrient content compared to all foods
When comparing its nutrient content to all foods in our tool we find that it ranks notably well (Top 100) for seven nutrients.
Most notable of them being
- Parinaric Acid (18:4) (Polyunsaturated Fats)
- Docosahexaenoic Acid, DHA (22:6 n-3) (Polyunsaturated Fats)
- Erucic Acid (22:1) (Monounsaturated Fats)
- Eicosapentaenoic Acid, EPA (20:5 n-3) (Polyunsaturated Fats)
Also, when compared to all foods, it ranks well (Top 250) for three additional nutrients:
- Eicosatetraenoic Acid, ETA (20:4) (Polyunsaturated Fats)
- Niacin (Water-soluble Vitamins)
- Vitamin B12 (Water-soluble Vitamins)
Nutrient content compared to foods in the same category
A comparison between its nutrient content to foods in the same category (Finfish and Shellfish Products) shows that it ranks first-class (Top 10) for four nutrients.
- Fiber, total dietary (Carbohydrates)
- Folic Acid (Water-soluble Vitamins)
- Caproic Acid (6:0) (Saturated Fats)
- Kcal (Energy) (Other)
Additionally, a comparison to foods in the same category shows that it ranks notably well (Top 25) for 15 additional nutrients.
With the highest ranking of them being
- Butyric Acid (4:0) (Saturated Fats)
- Fatty Acids, total polyunsaturated (Fatty Acids)
- Caprylic Acid (8:0) (Saturated Fats)
- Total Lipid (Fat) (Fatty Acids)
You can find these and more nutrient rankings below.
Table of Contents
Nutrient Content Of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
The nutrient content of food is mainly divided into macro- and micronutrients.
Below you'll first find a macronutrient profile that will give you a sense of how the measured macronutrients compare to each other.
Secondly you'll find a lipid (fat) profile that shows you the content of saturated, mono-, and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
After that you'll find our detailed nutrient profile with all measured nutrients.
Macronutrient profile of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
Macronutrients are mainly divided into carbohydrates (carbs), lipids (fats), and protein.
In our macronutrient profile we also include water as we think that it gives a more complete picture of how nutrient dense the food is.
After the overview this macronutrient profile provided let's dive deeper and take a look at the lipid (fat) profile!
Lipid (fat) profile of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
Lipids (fats) are a major part of the macronutrients in your food.
Lipids (fats), are divided into saturated and unsaturated fats. The unsaturated fats are then in turn divided into mono-, and polyunsaturated fats.
Here's a lipid (fat) profile to give you a sense of how the content of each type of fat compare to each other.
And now, let's look at the detailed nutrient profile!
Detailed nutrient profile of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
Below we list all the nutrients that we have a measurement for. This is where you can find out what micronutrients there are in your food.
All nutrients are grouped together according to their type. Click on a nutrient type to show the individual nutrients. You can find other foods that contain the same nutrient by clicking on it.
If you can't find a specific nutrient, we recommend you go to our complete list of nutrients or try searching for it.
Nutrient Profile: Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
In food category: Finfish and Shellfish Products
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Common Serving Sizes Of Baked Or Broiled Mackerel (Coated, Made With Fat)
Here's some of the different portion/serving sizes to get a sense of the weight.
|Amount / Measurement||Weight in Gr||Weight in Oz|
|1 Cubic Inch, With Bone, Cooked (yield After Bone Removed)||11.0 g||0.4 oz|
|1 Cubic Inch, Boneless, Cooked||17.0 g||0.6 oz|
|1 Oz, With Bone, Raw (yield After Cooking, Bone Removed)||18.0 g||0.6 oz|
|1 Oz, With Bone, Cooked (yield After Bone Removed)||19.0 g||0.7 oz|
|1 Oz, Boneless, Raw (yield After Cooking)||27.0 g||1.0 oz|
|1 Oz, Boneless, Cooked||28.4 g||1.0 oz|
|1 Cup, Cooked, Flaked||136.0 g||4.8 oz|
|1 Small Fillet||170.0 g||6.0 oz|
|1 Steak||227.0 g||8.0 oz|
|1 Medium Fillet||227.0 g||8.0 oz|
|1 Large Fillet||340.0 g||12.0 oz|
Similar Finfish or Shellfish Products
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