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Is Rohu fish healthy?

Asked: Ben Scriver, Date Created:

Rohu fish texture fish is white, non-oily and tasty. It is an excellent source of high quality protein and also rich in omega 3 fatty acids, beneficial to the heart. Rohu (Indian fish) contains Vitamin C. They are also good sources of vitamin D and niacin.

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