Tilapia

These mainly freshwater fish and are a good source of support for your antioxidant activity, heart and DNA

Tilapia nutritional information
Low FODMAP:
Yes
Allergens:
Fish

Cooking tips

Tilapia's mild flavour lends itself well to all types of cooking. It cooks quite quickly so be careful not to overcook. To retain the most nutrition, always use the juices when baking or poaching.

What are the health benefits of Tilapia?

These mainly freshwater fish and are a good source of support for your antioxidant activity, heart and DNA. Tilapia is common name for nearly hundred species of cichlid fish. It originates from Mediterranean and African countries but is now farmed around the world. One of the oldest examples of tilapia farming is a bas-relief found in a 4,000 year old Egyptian tomb depicting tilapias held in ponds.

 
 

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Cooking method set to: Raw

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Portion size set to: 120 g