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Does salmon have more fat than other fish?

Asked: Lorie @ Boubuckmusky, Last Updated:

Lean fish have significantly less fat than other protein-rich foods, and most kinds of fish and shellfish contain less than 5 percent total fat. ... Higher fat fish such as mackerel, herring and King salmon have about 15% total fat.

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