Find the Calories in Fish


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Use Calorie Count to Get Free Seafood Nutrition Facts


All salmon, tuna, and cod are not created equal. Whether you broil it, bake it, or fry it, the calories in fish changes drastically. Other seafood nutrition like the value of shrimp, crab, tuna, and even caviar are unknown to many. Find seafood nutrition and fish nutrition facts on the Fish and Seafood Browser page. Many people are unsure how much fish to eat making it even harder to know the calories in seafood. Search the brand or type of seafood in the browser and not only will you get a proper serving size, but you will know extended nutrition details like the amount of iron, sodium and cholesterol in a dish.

The browser can also help you understand the difference between light and dark tuna, or farm raised versus wild caught fish varieties. You may also find nutrition information on premade seafood meals like fried calamari or coconut shrimp that are available in local grocery stores. Brands that offer a healthier option, such as low sodium are also easily searchable on the page. The seafood browser also lists some popular dishes from restaurants around the nation so that you know how eating fish on the go affects your daily calorie count.

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