Trout nutrition facts & data
|Mono- & Di-Saccharides (g)||0||0|
Breakdown in percent (%) of total calories
An average portion size (150g) of Trout contains
- 228 Calories
- 12g of Fat
- 30g of Protein
- No Carbs
- 90mg of sodium - 6% of the RDA for sodium.
- 37.5mg of Magnesium, that covers 11.72% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for Magnesium.
- 0.75mg of Zinc - 7.5% of the RDA for Zinc.
- 0.6mg of Iron - 5% of the RDA for Iron.
- 562.5mg of Potassium - 14.06% of the RDA for Potassium.
- 4.5mg of Vitamin C - 4.29% of the RDA for Vitamin C.
- 6.75mg of Vitamin B12 - 225% of the RDA for Vitamin B12.
Nutrient distribution per gram
What vitamins are in Trout?
|Vitamin C (mg)||3||1|
|Vitamin E (mg)||1.7||1.1|
|Vitamin B1 / Thiamine (mg)||0.08||0.1|
|Vitamin B2 (mg)||0.08||0.1|
|Vitamin B6 (mg)||0.23||0.3|
|Vitamin B9 / Folate (μg)||9||10.1|
|Vitamin B12 (μg)||4.5||2.2|
Is Trout rich in vitamins?
The following chart displays the amount of vitamins per portion Size (150g) for Trout of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for each vitamin in percent.
Minerals in Trout
Is Trout high in minerals?
Again, for every mineral contained in Trout we looked at the portion size (150g) and applied it to the recommended daily allowance (RDA). Data is shown in percent of RDA per portion size.
Carbohydrates in Trout
0% of Trout are carbs, per serving (150g) that is 0g of carbs.
Monosachharides and polysaccharides
|Total carbs (g)||0||0|
Allergens in Trout
- is Gluten free
- has no Lactose
- no Fructose
Fatty acids and cholesterol in Trout
Of the 8g total fat per 100g, 1.4g are saturated fatty acids (SFA), 3.6g are monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and 3.2g are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). The amount of cholesterol is 56mg.