The giant trevally inhabits a very wide range of offshore and inshore marine environments, with the species also known to tolerate the low salinity waters of estuaries and rivers. It is a semipelagic fish known to spend time throughout the water column, but is mostly demersal in nature. The species is most common in shallow coastal waters in a number of environments, including coral and rocky reefs and shorefaces, lagoons, embayments, tidal flats and channels.
High protein in the fish helps to the health of muscles, skin and nail. And the vitamins and minerals in the fish help to increase the overall health of the body.
This food is low in sodium. It is also a good source of thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and phosphorus, and a very good source of protein, vitamin A, niacin, vitamin B12 and selenium.