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Be happy sushi is not a particularly fattening food at all, you can take it freely and it is good for health.  But before you go to any sushi restaurant you must see sushi menu and what ingredients they are using in making sushi which you are going to eat

The main ingredients of traditional Japanese sushi, raw fish and rice, are naturally low in fat, high in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. The same may not be said categorically of Western-style sushi, which increasingly features non-traditional ingredients such as mayonnaise, avocado, and cream cheese.

Most seafood are naturally low in fat; and what fat is found in them is generally rich in unsaturated fat Omega-3. Since sushi is often served raw, no cooking fat is introduced during its preparation. Some non-traditional ingredients such as cream cheese and mayonnaise that are sometimes found in Western-style sushi dishes can add significant amounts of unhealthy fat to a traditionally lean dish.

Fish, tofu, seafood, egg, and many other sushi fillings contain high levels of protein. Imitation meat such as krab stick may be lower in protein and other nutrition than their natural, unprocessed counterparts.

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Calories in sushi

Most of us think about calories when they are going to eat something, they need to think on it because of health matter and you can only have balanced life if you are taking balance diet. Healthy and natural food give you more long life then the junk or spicy food. Sushi is becoming popular in Canada and America people are going to like it because you all can eat sushi, without considering how many calories are in the sushi. You can eat sushi at sushi restaurants and sushi bar. The good news is that sushi is not only delicious, but it is also quite healthy

If you are going to eat maki sushi and worried about calories then you can check out the table of calories.
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