What You Need To Know About Seafood!
Seafood is still a dainty for some people in its basic understanding. Some people simply think it’s disgusting to eat sea “reptiles”. Meanwhile, seafood is extremely rich in iodine, microelements (dealing with our intellect) and a large number of other nourishing agents. But let’s examine them one after another.
Laminaria. It’s a kind of algae that grows at 50-60 ft of the bottom of the sea. It contains much more minerals (salts, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, aluminum, iodine, bromine and so on) than any other vegetable or fruit.
Laminaria is also rich in A,C and B groups of vitamins.
This product is recommended to people with kidney functioning disturbances and metabolism disorders. Iodic compounds are prescribed to the people with heart, thyroid gland problems and atherosclerosis. Just take into consideration that over 0.66 lb of the intake product a day can cause digestive disorder.
Shrimp. Just like crabs they are rich in protein, minerals and almost don’t contain fat. There is 100 times more iodine in it than in beef. Shrimp meat also has a large amount of B12 vitamin that is indispensable for haemoglobin development and maintenance of nervous system.
Oyster. Thanks to the high rate of B and D vitamins it strengthens bones structure. 56 dr. of the product contains 1.5 daily doze of zinc responsible for the immune system.
Moreover, oysters are great aphrodisiacs. It means that they are wholesome to men as a reproductive organism function helper. Eat only fresh oysters with sprinkled lemon juice over the meat.
Mussel. Mussels are rich in selenium (protecting the organism from cancer), sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iodine, boron, cobalt and manganese. Cobalt is in abundance particularly.
This mineral is a great stimulant for the blood formation processes, and takes an active role in the B12 vitamin synthesis and activates some ferments formation. 56 dr. of the product contains 25% of daily norm of E vitamin. It’s recommended to eat mussels no more often than 3 times a week.
Trepang. They are also called “sea cucumbers” because of the similarity to a vegetable. Trepang is thousands times richer in copper and iron than fish. And it has hundreds times more iodine than any other seafood.
It’s also highly rich in C, B12, B1, B2 vitamins. Trepang is called a “sea ginseng” in the Far East. By the way, the fisheries of this mollusk is restricted that is why the price for it is very high.
Squid. Just like their brothers octopuses, squids are rich in protein. The meat of squid has C, B groups vitamins and many other microelements that help in digestive juice well development and whet the appetite. The main special feature of squids is in its cooking. Boil it for 40-45 minutes otherwise you risk to have his meat hard to chew.
Do you see how good the seafood is?
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