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Octopus: nutrition facts

Octopoda

Octopus is a type of food categorized among fishes. One portion of Octopus (considering as a portion 3 oz, meaning more or less 85 grams of Octopus) contains around 70 calories.

When compared to other fishes, Octopus has less caloriess than the average of fishes, as they contain 82 calories per 100 grams, while other foods like the Octopus have much more calories.

Recipes with Octopus

You can use Octopus as an ingredient for the next recipes:

Octopus as natural remedy

Octopus can be used as a natural remedy to treat the next diseases:

Octopus nutritional facts

1 serving (85 gr.) 100 gr.
Calories70 kcal82 kcal
Lipids0.88 g1.04 g
Saturated Fat0.193 g0.227 g
Polyunsaturated Fat0.203 g0.239 g
Monounsaturated Fat0.138 g0.162 g
Protein12.67 g14.91 g
Carbohydrate1.87 g2.2 g
Sugars0.00 g0 g
Fiber-- g-- g
Cholesterol41 mg48 mg
Minerals
Calcium45 mg53 mg
Iron4.50 mg5.3 mg
Sodio196 mg230 mg
Potassium298 mg350 mg
Magnesium26 mg30 mg
Phosphorus158 mg186 mg
Zinc1.43 mg1.68 mg
Vitamins
Vitamin A128 IU150 IU
Vitamin C4.2 mg5 mg
Vitamin D0.0 µg0 µg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)0.026 mg0.03 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.034 mg0.04 mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)1.785 mg2.1 mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid )0.425 mg0.5 mg
Vitamin B60.306 mg0.36 mg
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)17.00 µg20 µg
Vitamin E1.02 mg1.2 mg
Vitamin K0.1 µg0.1 µg
Choline55.2 mg65 mg
Arginine0.925 g1.088 g
Tyrosine0.405 g0.477 g
Folic Acid14 µg16 µg
Beta Carotene0 µg0 µg
Water68.21 g80.25 g
Caffeine0 mg0 mg

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