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 Oily and Lean Fish

A portion of oily fish a week is good for you, all the food experts agree on that. But there is a significant difference of opinion as to the safety of eating large amounts of oily fish on a regular basis.
So we have prepared two lists to help you distinguish between oily and lean fish.


OILY FISH LEAN FISH
Anchovies Cod
Bloater Coley
Carp Dover Sole
Eel Flounder
Herring Haddock
Kipper Hake
Mackerel Halibut
Pilchards Hoki
Salmon Lemon Sole
Sardines Monkfish
Sprats Plaice
Swordfish Pollock
Trout Mullet
Tuna (when fresh) Red Snapper
Whitebait Sea Bass
  Sea Bream
  Shark
  Skate
  Tuna (tinned)
  Turbot
  Whiting

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