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Health of the deep sea: the use of seafood

Squid, shrimp, mussels, octopus, oysters. Sea depths offer a huge selection of all sorts of creatures. Their use has long been studied and proven, and unusual combinations of flavors and make a nice variety on the menu, and many housewives have long learned the secrets of their preparation.
Squid, shrimp, mussels, octopus, oysters. Sea depths offer a huge selection of all sorts of creatures. Their use has long been studied and proven, and unusual combinations of flavors and make a nice variety on the menu, and many housewives have long learned the secrets of their preparation.
The seafood is known to be a store of trace elements and vitamins. Rapidly digestible protein, amino acids, selenium, iodine, copper, zinc, potassium, magnesium, vitamin E and B – is only a part contained in seafood nutrients. Accelerate metabolism, prevention of obesity, atherosclerosis, arthritis, hormonal disorders, cardiovascular problems, varicose veins and heart attack – this is only the initial list of problems that struggling small inhabitants of the sea.
Shrimps
Shrimp contain plenty of useful protein, which is easily and quickly absorbed by the body. Vitamin B12 is contained in them, strengthens the nervous system and helps the production of hemoglobin. As in other seafood, they have a lot of iodine. Continue reading

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