Sturgeon, Mixed Species, Cooked, Dry Heat
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- For accuracy, the calorie chart and fat chart are based on the biggest serving size available.
- These nutrition facts came directly from the USDA or manufacturer/restaurant.
- If you're using a calorie counter, remember that Fat, Carbs, and Protein calories are just close estimations based on the Atwater factors:
Fat: 9 cal/g Carb: 4 cal/g Protein: 4 cal/g
- Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Please remember this when using this information to make healthy food choices for your diet.
Calories - At this serving size there are 184 Calories per serving. A closer look shows: 63 Calories from Fat, 113 Calories from Protein, and 0 Calories from Carbohydrate. If you're keeping track, a good calorie counter can make this easy -- see the software below.
*Fat/Carb/Pro calories based on the Atwater (9/4/4) calculations.
Fat - One serving of this size contains 7.04 grams of total Fat. There can be several types of Fat in each food. In this case 1.6 grams are from Saturated Fat, Trans Fat is unknown, and there are 5.44 grams left over.
Cholesterol - One serving has 104.72 mg of Cholesterol.
Carbohydrates - Counting carbs? If so, this one will be easy. This food has no Carbs, no Sugar, and no Fiber.
Protein - There are 28.15 grams of Protein in each serving of this food.
Minerals - In one serving there are 23.12 mg of Calcium and 1.22 mg of Iron. In addition, this food has 495.04 mg of Potassium and 93.84 mg of Sodium in each serving.
Vitamins - You'll benefit from the Vitamin A in this food, but it is not a significant source of Vitamin C. There are 1190 International Units of Vitamin A in each serving.
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