Everyone loves a good seafood dish, but you should be aware of what you’re putting in your mouth – and know just when to stop.
If not for the addition of oil and other unhealthy condiments, seafood is a good source of high quality protein, iron, potassium, iodine, B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. It’s also naturally low in saturated fat. However, those suffering from high cholesterol and gout should be extra careful in exercising portion control as seafood contains cholesterol and purines, says Jaclyn Reutens, clinical dietitian at Aptima Nutrition & Sports Consultants.
With her help, we’ve ranked five fattening local seafood dishes from *ahem* bad to worst.