According to Haley Hughes, RD, of RD | Rx, this recipe provide loads of nutrients:
Shrimp: Shrimp is a high protein, low-calorie, low-fat food but only when you prepare the seafood without added breading or fat. Shrimp also provides heart-healthy EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids. Shrimp does provide cholesterol, but very little fat and saturated fat. In 2015, the nutrition experts who develop USDA Dietary Guidelines removed the specific limit for cholesterol.
Zucchini: High source of potassium and Vitamin C! Is low in calories and carbs.
Asparagus: High in Vitamin K and Folate! It even has 2 grams of protein per serving.
Corn: has a sad reputation of proving empty calories but I am here to tell you it’s high in fiber, is a slow digesting carb (keeping you full) and has antioxidants!