Thanks but I was asking about the NZ green lipped mussels that you said were nutrionally poor not limpets.30Limpet
Fortune Summary Diet Suitability Vitamin Mineral Carb Protein Fat Others FAQ
Fortune - Limpet has a average-calorie, high-carb, low-fat and low-protein content. It is a good source of Calcium, Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
The food contains 67.92g of carbs. The carbohydrate profile of the the food reveals it is low in complex carbs and very high in Simple carbs. Carbs are our primary source of energy but its source should be chosen with utmost care. Complex carbs are a more desirable addition to your diet, where as simple carbs should be consumed in moderation as it is very easily broken down, assimilated and absorbed in the body. Its very high sugar content puts it in the top 10 percentile. This is often undesirable for people watching their sugar intake.
Because of its low fat content, it could be suitable option, especially if you're watching your fat intake for health reasons.
It is also rich in Vitamin C, whose benefits include, but are not limited to protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling.
It has a low density of Sodium, thus making it suitable for a low-sodium diet.
Our comprehensive nutrition ranking methodology, which inspects every nutrition element that this food is composed of, comes up with a nutrition ranking of 30, for Fortune - Limpet, and we advise that this food in moderation.
Calories from Protein 0%
Calories from Fat 0%
Calories from Carbs 100%
Why this is good for you
Very high in Vitamin C
No Saturated Fat
Very low in Sodium
Why this is bad for you
Atkins Diet LOW
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