Sockeye or red salmon contains more omega-3s than pink salmon, according to data from the United States Department of Agriculture. Canned salmon that contains skin and bones has a slight nutritional advantage, offering more omega-3s and calcium than boneless and skinless salmon.
Good Source of Protein
If you’re looking for a no-carb source of high-quality protein, both sockeye and wild caught, pink salmon are healthy choices. Sockeye and pink salmon contain complete proteins, meaning they provide all the essential amino acids your body cannot make on its own.
(of which saturates) 1.1g.
(of which polyunsaturates) 1.1g.
(of which sugars) 0g.