Losing weight with seafood is possible

Inadequate Intake

According to the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, over half of Americans say they seldom or never eat fish, and a third spend money on seafood just once a week.

Inadequate Intake

When attempting to lose weight, however, there is no need to cut out seafood. One of the nicest things on the menu, in fact.

Slathering It in Butter

Slathering It in Butter Butter may enhance the taste of anything, but that doesn't mean you should slather it on. 

Slathering It in Butter

However, if you drown your seafood with the golden ooze, you may significantly increase the calorie content of your dinner.

Frying It

Largeman-Roth warns that the extra calories from the crispy coating might quickly add up.

Frying It

She points out that a 4-ounce fillet of unbreaded fish contains only 90 calories, but coating it in batter adds at least another 200 calories and 300 to 400 milligrams of salt.

High-Fat Seafood

Do you believe that eating foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, or herring, would prevent you from reaching your weight loss goals?

High-Fat Seafood

Largeman-Roth points out that although fatty fish may contain around 100 more calories per serving than their slimmer counterparts, they nevertheless deserve a place in your diet.

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