How many calories do canned fish contribute?

Did you know that canned fish, preserved, besides being an excellent source of calcium also maintains its content in omega 3 fatty acids ?. The truth is that its nutritional wealth not only stays there, since in addition to healthy fats provide interesting amounts of vitamins (A, D, E, B3, B6 and B12) and minerals (phosphorus, potassium, iron and magnesium).

Regarding its caloric content, its contribution in calories varies depending on whether they have been preserved or made in olive oil or vegetable oils, or if they have been packed in pickled or simply natural.

The canned fish they are an excellent option for eating fish, since in addition to maintaining most of their main benefits and nutritional properties, the oil in which they are preserved (especially if it is olive, sunflower or soy) also provide interesting amounts of omega 6.

Here we indicate how many calories are 100 grams of canned fish in their different varieties, and how you can make them at home or find them in supermarkets and related stores.

Calories of canned fish per 100 grams


Calorie content
(100 gr.)

Smoked eel

310 kcal


224 kcal

Tuna in oil

283 kcal

Marinated tuna

168 kcal

Natural tuna

160 kcal

Dry cod

340 kcal

Salted cod

325 kcal

Smoked mackerel

222 kcal

Canned crab

85 kcal


244 kcal

Smoked salmon

170 kcal

Sardines in oil

302 kcal

Sardines In Marinade

130 kcal

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