10 Protein-Rich Seafood


Fish with the greatest protein per gram is fresh tuna. Among commercially available high-protein seafood, fresh tuna contains the greatest protein by weight at 30.7g per 100g. Sushi and sashimi are easy to bake, grill, or eat raw. Each serving of canned tuna, a more practical choice, has 25.5g of protein.


Octopus is naturally low in fat, so steam or boil it instead of frying it. Octopus, however unique, is a protein-rich food paired with exquisite sauces. This high-protein fish may be best ordered in a restaurant if it's your first time.


Protein doesn't have to be pricey. Canned anchovies, with 28.9g of protein per 100 grams, are inexpensive and protein-rich.  Despite its high salt level, this protein-rich dish has enough of omega-3 fatty acids, which many of us don't receive enough of.


Trout is excellent, low-fat, and has 26.6g of protein. Trout are abundant in North American and European rivers and ponds and colorful. This high-protein fish contains minerals, vitamins (B3, B5, B6, and B12), and omega-3 fatty acids.


Lobster is a tasty, lean-protein shellfish rich in vitamins, phosphorus, potassium, and omega-3s. This high-protein dinner can be costly, difficult (or stressful) to make, and challenging to consume.


Snapper, like lobster, is pricey. The 26.3g of protein and rich selenium, vitamin A, omega-3 fatty acids, and potassium make up for its price.


Tilapia provides 26.2g of protein, vitamin B12, and omega-3s. It's one of the cheapest seafoods by weight, so you can obtain protein without breaking the bank. Tilapia is strong in omega-6 fatty acids, which might promote inflammation.


Grouper is a great fish to eat with 24.8g of protein and a sweet, moderate taste. Potassium, selenium, vitamin B12, B6, and phosphorus are abundant. As with tuna, this fish should only be eaten twice a week due to high mercury levels.

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