Fish Vs. Steak

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When dining out, order broiled or grilled fish instead of steak.
Eating fish a couple times a week will pump healthy fish omega-3s into your diet. If the fish replaces a steak, you’ll also be dramatically reducing the amount of in the meal.
The typical 8-ounce T-bone steak served at a restaurant (with 1/8-inch trim) has 635 calories, 17 grams saturated fat, and 140 mg of cholesterol – not including any fat added during cooking or as a garnish. The typical 4-ounce broiled salmon filet served at a restaurant has 206 calories, 9 grams fat, 1.4 grams saturated fat, 80 mg of cholesterol and 2.5 grams of omega-3s. Switching to fish trims 16 grams of saturated fat while adding 2.5 grams of omega-3s.