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Cod and Shrimp Soup
Calorie percentages in the legend are calculated based on protein, carbohydrate, and fat contributing roughly 4, 4, and 9 calories per gram, respectively - the most common calorie calculation method accepted by the USDA. These are not exact values and may not match the calories shown.

Detailed Nutritional Analysis

Serving Size: 6 Amount per Serving
Basic Components
Calories 238.521
Protein 37.8764g
Carbohydrates 9.17722g
Dietary Fiber 2.43751g
Soluble Fiber 0.05925g
Insoluble Fiber 0.16777g
Sugar - Total 4.98337g
Monosaccharides 1.20481g
Disaccharides 0.03778g
Other Carbs 1.25634g
Fat - Total 4.2459g
Saturated Fat 0.72637g
Monounsaturated Fat 1.43076g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.93535g
Trans Fatty Acids 0.0g
Cholesterol 149.446mg
Water 326.725%
Dietary Exchanges
Fat 0.5
Vegetables 1.5
Lean Meat 5.0
Vitamins
Vitamin A IU 1457.68IU
Vitamin - A RE 95.1214mcg
A Carotenoid 210.329mcg
A - Retinol 0.0mcg
A - Beta Carotene 210.329mcg
Thiamin - B1 0.16451mg
Riboflavin - B2 0.14669mg
Niacin - B3 4.73579mg
Niacin Equivalent 11.8641mg
Vitamin - B6 0.49512mg
Vitamin - B12 1.85488mcg
Biotin 0.0mcg
Vitamin C 35.4865mcg
Vitamin D IU 144.505IU
Vitamin D mcg 3.61263mcg
Vit E - Alpha Equivalent 2.38754mg
Vitamin - E IU 3.55743IU
Vitamin E mg 0.0
Folate 32.6627mcg
Vitamin K 11.665mcg
Pantothenic Acid 0.45839mg
Minerals
Boron 30.8184mcg
Calcium 80.8442mg
Chromium 0.0mcg
Copper 0.23436mg
Fluoride 0.0mg
Iodine 0.12333mcg
Iron 3.14972mg
Magnesium 0.27488mg
Manganese 0.0mg
Molybdenum 1.45mg
Phosphorus 405.588 mg
Potassium 731.946mg
Selenium 65.5626mcg
Sodium 265.021mg
Zinc 1.44105mg
Other Fats
Omega 3 Fatty Acids 0.0g
Omega 6 Fatty Acids 0.0g
Other
Alcohol 0.0g
Caffeine 0.0mg


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