Dig Into Some Mackerel

Have you ever sampled the mackerel at our Lynnwood Japanese restaurant? It’s not just a delicious choice, it also represents one of the healthier fish you can eat.

The first thing to know is that mackerel is considered one of the “fatty” fish. This may sound bad, but it means that it contains more nutritious omega-3 than the average fish. It also provides a rich source of niacin, choline, folate, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin C, and vitamin B12. Additionally, it’s a good source of protein, providing twenty-one grams in a three-ounce serving. Finally, it contains calcium, potassium, selenium, and magnesium, all of which are valuable for maintaining proper bodily function. Come and get your mackerel fix at Wild Wasabi right away!