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Why are scallops good for you?
In respect to this, why are scallops bad for you?
They're highly nutritious, rich in protein and low in calories. However, they can cause allergic reactions in people with shellfish allergies. Depending on where they are caught, scallops contain varying levels of heavy metals and may have other contaminants.
Similarly, how often can you eat scallops? And both shrimp and scallops contain generous amounts of vitamins B12 and D, potassium, and magnesium. The American Heart Association recommends eating seafood (especially fatty fish) at least twice a week.
Similarly, you may ask, are scallops good for your heart?
Scallops are a low-calorie and low-cholesterol food. They are also low in fats — all types of fats. Saturated fats can raise your cholesterol. Keeping an eye on the saturated fat content of your daily food intake is important when you're working to lower or control your cholesterol.
Are scallops toxic?
PSP toxins are a group of natural toxins which can be found in bi-valve shellfish such as scallops, oysters, mussels and clams. The toxins are produced by certain species of micro-algae and can be concentrated within the shellfish, especially during algal blooms.