Eat: Clams from The 10 Healthiest and Unhealthiest Canned Seafoods Slideshow

The 10 Healthiest and Unhealthiest Canned Seafoods Slideshow

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Eat: Clams

Clams are high in protein, low in fat, ecologically sustainable, carry a low toxicity risk, and are rich in a variety of minerals such as iron, potassium, and phosphorus. A two-ounce serving of canned clams contains only 30 calories, but still provides four grams of protein. Consider adding some to a pasta dish to get a little nutrient boost.