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Calories In Shrimp

 

A lot of seafoods are good source of iron, selenium, niacin, zinc, phosphorus and vitamin B12….and shrimps are no exception.

Shrimps have a fair amount of protein too and the icing on the cake is the low carbohydrate content which makes them a nice addition to your weight loss program.

Thier low carbohydrate content also means the calories in shrimp will be in the healthy range.

 

The only downside is that they can be high in cholesterol.

 

So, how much calories in shrimp?

 

Calories in 3 Oz of Cooked, Fried, Breaded, Mixed Shrimps = 85.0 gm

Fat
10.4gm
Protein
18.2gm
Carbohydrate
9.7gm
Calories
206 Cal

 

3 Oz of Cooked, Moist Heated Mixed Shrimps = 85.0 gm

Fat
0.9gm
Protein
17.8gm
Carbohydrate
0.0gm
Calories
84 Cal

 

Cooked, Peeled, large Pacific white shrimp (president’s choice) 9 shrimps = 88.0gm

Fat
1.1gm
Protein
13.0gm
Carbohydrate
0.0gm
Calories
62 Cal

 

3 Oz of Jumbo party shrimp without sauce (market day) = 84.0 gm

Fat
0.4gm
Protein
12.0gm
Carbohydrate
0.0gm
Calories
50 Cal

 

111/2 Oz of creamy garlic shrimp (healthy choice) = 322.0gm

Fat
6.0gm
Protein
19.0gm
Carbohydrate
35.0gm
Calories
270 Cal

 

1 Oz of boiled shrimps = 28.0 gm

Fat
0.6gm
Protein
6.4gm
Carbohydrate
0.0gm
Calories
33 Cal

 

Calories in 1 serving of shrimp taco (wahoo’s taco)

Fat
5.0gm
Protein
16.0gm
Carbohydrate
19.0gm
Calories
180 Cal

 

You can tell from the tables above that generally speaking, calories in shrimp are quite low to moderate making shrimps an excellent addition to your menu.

 

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