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      Kane Fish: Nutritional Value And Benefits

    • Fishes are among the healthiest foods on the earth. They are loaded with nutrients and minerals that are incredibly good for the body and brain. Alike every fish, Kane fish also contains a lot of nutrients. However, it is predominantly found in South Indian kitchens. So, let us know more about Kane fish and its health benefits. 

      Table Of Contents 

      1. An Overview Of Kane Fish 

      2. Benefits Of Kane Fish 

      3. Nutritional Value Of Kane Fish 

      4. The Final Say 

      5. FAQs 

      An Overview Of Kane Fish 

      Kane fish is also called ladyfish and silver white fish. It is milk-tasting and comes from seawater. The ladyfish has a firm texture and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. It is delicious and is tropical coastal marine fish of the family Elopidae. 

      Kane is known as the best fish for kids. It is called Pathiya meen in Tamil, meaning anyone can eat. So even if someone suffers from any disease, this fish will not aggravate the condition. Instead, it would help in healing.

      Benefits Of Kane Fish 

      Kane fish is abundant with nutrients, it has many benefits, and a few of them are mentioned below

      1. Good For Kids 

      Kane fish contains many nutrients. It is one of the protein-rich fish and has more omega-3 fatty acids. The elders suggest this fish for lean kids for better growth and physical development. 

      2. Fights Heart Disease 

      According to British Heart Foundation, "Eating oily fish can help to lower the risk of heart diseases and improves chances of survival following a heart attack." Fish does this by lowering fats called triglycerides in the blood. Fish oils also help to reduce blood clotting and abnormal heart rhythms after a heart attack.

      3. Lowers The Risk Of Alzheimer’s 

      Polyunsaturated fatty acids found in fish help to prevent damage to brain cells. Eating fish also reduces the risk of high blood pressure, which is linked to dementia.

      A French study of 2000 people showed, “Those who ate seafood at least once a week had a lower risk of dementia over seven years than those who did not." 

      4. Fight Cancer 

      A Swedish study of 6000 men aged over 30 years showed that those who did not eat fish had between double and triple the risk of prostate cancer compared to those who consumed moderate or large amounts. Shellfish, such as crab and lobster, contain selenium and are believed to have cancer-fighting properties.

      5. Eases Depression 

      It has been reported that fish can ease depression. But, again, it is because of  omega-3 fatty acids, believed to raise levels of the brain's chemical serotonin.

      6. Reduces And Relieves Arthritis 

      The population that eats a lot of fish have low rates of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. Studies have also shown fish oils to help relieve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

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      Nutritional Value Of Kane Fish 

      The Kane fish contains high omega-3 fatty acids, protein, iodine and vitamins. Talking about its nutritional value, 84g of Kane fish contains: 

      Calories - 76kcal 

      Fat - 1g

      Protein - 16g

      Cholesterol - 57g 

      The Final Say 

      In India, Kane fish is found in the tropical backwaters and on Karnataka's western coast. It is locally known as Kalan fish and has a mild flavour. 

      It is eaten extensively in Karnataka, cooked as fish fry and curries. Due to the health benefits, it is a good choice for a keto weight loss diet plan.

      FAQs

      1. Is Kane fish suitable for diabetes?

      Consuming white, oily fish more than once a week helps to manage diabetes.

      2. Is Kane fish healthy?

      Kane fish is relatively healthy and gives a delicious taste by deep frying it with a mix of rice flour.

      3. Is Kane fish keto-friendly?

      Kane is excellent for keto because it is carb-free. It is also minimally processed and free of harmful ingredients.

      4. Is Kane high in sodium?

      Kane fish has only about 67 milligrams of cholesterol and 72 milligrams of sodium.

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