Scallops contains 111 calories in every a 100-gram serving. A similar quantity of serving contains 20.54 grams of proteins and 5 grams of carbohydrates. The carbohydrates constitute 0 grams of sugar and 0 g of dietary fiber while the rest is complex carbohydrates. The net carbs in scallops is 5.41 grams per 100 grams serving.
Vitamins in scallops
Scallops contains 2 mcg of vitamin A, Retinol Activity Equivalents (RAE), as well as 0 mg of vitamin C in 100 grams. A serving of 100 grams of scallops contains 0.012 mg of thiamin (B1), 0.024 mg riboflavin (B2), 1.076 mg niacin (B3), 0.112 mg of vitamin B6 and 20 mcg of folate (B9). Food folate in 100 grams ratio of scallops amounts to 20 mcg while folate DFE is 20 mcg. In 100 grams of scallops, there is 110.7 mg of choline, 0 mcg of carotene beta, 0 mcg of carotene alpha, 0 mcg of lycopene, and 0 mcg of vitamin K.
Minerals in scallops
There are 10 mg of calcium, 0.58 milligrams of iron, 314 grams of potassium, and 37 micrograms of magnesium in 100 grams of scallops. The same serving of scallops (100 grams) contains 426 mg of phosphorus, 667 mg of sodium, 1.55 mg of zinc, 21.7 mcg of selenium, and 0.033 milligrams of copper.
There are 70.25 g of water in a 100 g portion of scallops.
Scallops has 41 milligrams of cholesterol, 0.84 grams of fat, and 0.218 grams of saturated fat. It contains 187 mg of Omega 3s and 17 mg of Omega 6s. A serving of 100 grams of scallops contains 82 mg of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) and a total of 222 milligrams of Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).