- Category : Meat & Seafood
Sizes range from 0.6kg to 2.5kg
Fresh and tasty catfish at your beck and call. Point to kill. Smoked one’s are available too. Catfish has a way of making your meals come to life.
It has a distinct taste that sets it apart from other fish. It has a soft texture which means you will not labor so much to enjoy, it takes little time to cook. Try it , its deliciously yummy! Don’t just imagine. Place your order now.
Health benefits of catfish
Given that catfish is a good source of various nutrients but low in calories, it’s considered nutrient dense. In fact, it may provide a number of benefits.
Packed with lean protein
Protein is one of the primary sources of energy in your diet. It’s also responsible for building and repairing tissue and muscle, as well as serving as the building blocks for many hormones, enzymes, and other molecules.
One 3.5-ounce (100-gram) serving of catfish provides 32–39% of your daily protein needs in only 105 calories
For comparison, the same serving of salmon provides around half of your daily protein needs but over 230 calories.
Nutrient-dense protein sources like catfish may aid weight loss by boosting feelings of fullness. This fish is also a great option for people who are watching their calorie count but want to make sure they’re getting enough nutrients.
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommends eating up to 8 portions of fish or other seafood each week (3Trusted Source).
One reason for this recommendation is that catfish and other seafood tend to provide more omega-3 fatty acids than other foods (4Trusted Source).
Omega-3 fatty acids are renowned for their role in brain health. Although more research is needed, they may even help treat neurological and mental conditions, including memory loss, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and depression (5, 6Trusted Source).
What’s more, omega-3s are linked to improvements in skeletal muscle strength, heart health, and even the gut microbiome — the collection of healthy bacteria in your gut (7Trusted Source, 8Trusted Source, 9Trusted Source, 10Trusted Source).
Given that your body cannot produce omega-3s on its own, you need to get them through your diet. One 3.5-ounce (100-gram) catfish fillet delivers 237 mg, or 15–20% of the Adequate Intake (AI) for adults (5).
A good source of vitamin B12
A single 3.5-ounce (100-gram) serving of catfish boasts up to 121% of the DV for vitamin B12, which many people are deficient in (1Trusted Source).
Though several fish are high in this vitamin, catfish is a particularly outstanding source.