The Nutrition of Scallops

Scallops are a popular shellfish used in many styles of cooking. At one time, shellfish were avoided because they are higher in cholesterol than other types of fish. However, nutritionally, scallops are low in both calories and fat and a healthful addition to any diet.

Health Benefits of Scallops

Ever since scallops have appeared on Earth, they have been consumed and revered for their delicious taste and marvellous health benefits. 

Nutrition Information for Scallops

Whether seared and served on a bed of greens, wrapped in bacon and broiled or mixed into a pasta dish, scallops can increase the flavor and nutritional content of your meal. 

Scallops are great for moms-to-be

Besides fruits and vegetables, moms-to-be also have to eat plenty of sea food because it is extremely beneficial during pregnancy. Sea food provides a broad range of minerals and microelements, such as iodine, copper, fluorine, zinc and many others.

Scallops. One of the best aphrodisiacs known to men

Health and a fulfilling sex life are important to everyone, regardless of age or social status. However, while we hear a lot about the importance of staying fit, our society tends to shy away from the topic of sexual health. The right combination of special exercises, herbal brews and supplements for stimulating erection can help men regain and strengthen their vigor, and make their sex lives exiting for many years to come.

Sea scallops. Good energy source for athletes

Sea food is an exceptional source of calcium, phosphorous, protein and in a word—health. It is not only delicious, but also extremely healthy. A long, long time ago in Ancient Greece, fish and other sea foods were regarded the essential staples of one's diet. The Greeks, who excelled at sports, warcraft, arts and sciences, held sea food in the highest regard because of the wealth of minerals, vitamins and fatty acids it provides while being low in calories and easy to digest. 

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