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Raw Sea Scallops

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100 calories

Raw Sea Scallops

Combine Raw Sea Scallops 4 oz (one hundred twelve g/about three scallops) and the protein to burn belly fat quickly.

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Calories from fat: 10 (2% DV)

Protein: 17g (35% DV)

  • - Health Value: 4 / 5
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  • - Calories: 100
  • - Calories from fat: 10 cal
  • - Protein: 17g

Nutrition Facts

One Serving size: 4 oz (112g/about 3 scallops)

Nutrition per serving DV
Protein (good) 17g 35%
Calories 100 cal 6%
Calories from Fat 10 cal 2%
Total Fat 1g 2%
Saturated Fat (good) 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Total Carbohydrate 3g 1%
Sodium 0.16g 7%
Cholesterol 0.035g 12%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 3g 7%
Added Sugars (good) 0g 0%
Vitamin A 0IU 0%
Vitamin C 0g 0%
Iron 0.00072g 4%
Calcium 0.02g 2%
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F. A. Q.

What is bad in Raw Sea Scallops?
We don't know anything bad about it.

What’s Raw Sea Scallops?
Raw Sea Scallops contains: sea scallops.

What good ingredients are in Raw Sea Scallops?
Raw Sea Scallops contains saturated fat, added sugars, protein.

Can I burn fat with Raw Sea Scallops?
Yes, it's possible if you eat no more than fifteen servings.

What is one serving size of Raw Sea Scallops?
Serving size of Raw Sea Scallops is four oz (112g/about three scallops).

How many sugar contains in one serving of Raw Sea Scallops?
4 oz (112g/about 3 scallops) contains 3 grams of sugar, it’s 7% of your daily value.

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


Raw Sea Scallops is a good source of added sugars, protein, saturated fat. It has 100 calories (10 calories from fat), 17 g of protein, three g of carbs and one grams of fat. Warning: product has a 10 calories from fat! If you want to burn fat we recommend you check our best protein shakes.

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

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