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Tilapia Loins

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Tilapia Loins

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Calories from fat: 15 (2% DV)

Protein: 23g (48% DV)

  • - Health Value: 4.5 / 5
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  • - Calories: 110
  • - Calories from fat: 15 cal
  • - Protein: 23g

Nutrition Facts

One Serving size: 4 oz

Nutrition per serving DV
Protein (good) 23g 48%
Calories 110 cal 6%
Calories from Fat 15 cal 2%
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 1g 6%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Total Carbohydrate 0g 0%
Sodium (good) 0.025g 1%
Cholesterol (good) 0.025g 8%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars (good) 0g 0%
Added Sugars (good) 0g 0%
Vitamin A 0IU 0%
Vitamin C 0g 0%
Iron 0.00108g 6%
Calcium 0.04g 4%
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Tilapia. Contains fish.

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F. A. Q.

Can I burn fat with Tilapia Loins?
Yes, you can if you eat no more than thirteen serving sizes per day.

Any good ingredients are in Tilapia Loins?
Tilapia Loins contains cholesterol, sodium, sugars, added sugars, protein.

What's bad in Tilapia Loins?
We don't know anything bad about it.

What is in this product?
Ingredients: Tilapia. Contains fish.

What is one serving size?
Serving size of Tilapia Loins is four oz.

How many sugar contains in one serving of Tilapia Loins?
Tilapia Loins doesn't contain sugar.

What is the daily value of calories I can get from 1 serving of Tilapia Loins?
You can get 6% of your DV from one serving of Tilapia Loins.


Tilapia Loins is a good source of cholesterol, sugars, protein, sodium, added sugars. Tilapia Loins has one hundred ten calories (fifteen calories from fat), 23 grams of protein, g of carbs and 2 grams of fat. Warning: it has a 15 calories from fat! If you want to burn fat you need to check our top ten shakes.

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

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