How many calories in

Raw Tail-On Shrimp

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  • 3.5
  • 84

70 calories

Raw Tail-On Shrimp

Recommendation:
We recommend to try it with a whey protein to burn fat.

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Calories from fat: 0 (0% DV)

Protein: 15g (31% DV)

Statistics:
  • - Health Value: 3.5 / 5
  • - Comments: 0
  • - Views: 84
  • - Calories: 70
  • - Calories from fat: 0 cal
  • - Protein: 15g

Nutrition Facts

One Serving size: 4 oz (112g/about 6)

Nutrition per serving DV
Protein (good) 15g 31%
Calories 70 cal 4%
Calories from Fat 0 cal 0%
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat (good) 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Total Carbohydrate 0g 0%
Sodium 0.35g 15%
Cholesterol 0.125g 42%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars (good) 0g 0%
Added Sugars (good) 0g 0%
Vitamin A 0IU 0%
Vitamin C 0g 0%
Iron 0g 0%
Calcium 0.08g 8%
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Ingredients

Shrimp and salt.

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F. A. Q.

What is one serving ?
One serving size of Raw Tail-On Shrimp is 4 oz (one hundred twelve g/about six).

Any good ingredients are in Raw Tail-On Shrimp?
Raw Tail-On Shrimp ingredients: saturated fat, sugars, added sugars, protein.

What is in Raw Tail-On Shrimp?
Ingredients list: shrimp and salt.

Can I lose weight with this product?
Of course, it's possible if you consume no more than nineteen servings per day.

What is bad in Raw Tail-On Shrimp?
We don't know anything bad about it.

How many sugar contains in one serving of Raw Tail-On Shrimp?
Raw Tail-On Shrimp doesn't contain sugar.

What is the daily value of calories I can get from 1 serving of Raw Tail-On Shrimp?
You can get 4% of your DV from one serving of Raw Tail-On Shrimp.

Conclusion:

Raw Tail-On Shrimp is a good source of added sugars, saturated fat, sugars, protein. It has seventy calories, fifteen g of protein, zero carbs and NO fat. It has 0 calories from fat. If you want to lose a few pounds you need to check our best protein shakes.

Try to eat more whey protein to stay in shape and lose a few pounds of fat.

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