How many calories are in your seafood? (1/8)

Seafood is generally low in calories and fat. Find out how many calories are in your favourite type of seafood or shellfish

Seafood and shellfish

Seafood and shellfish

According to Agriculture Canada, eating more seafood is associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular death. Here are seven different types of shellfish and seafood with nutritional content.

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