shrimp and fish
  • Iran
  • |
  • Yazd
  • |
  • Yazd
  • Name : Ali.Manoochehri
  • Phone number : +989131565000
  • Price(Dollar) :0
  • Address : No 19 ,Mahtab Alley,Montazer Blvd,Yazd,Iran. www.pouriatrade.com
  • Email: info@pouriatrade.com
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Shrimps are a family of crustaceans and often live in the sea. Shrimp has a significant amount of essential salts, especially iron and phosphorus, which is very beneficial for growing children and pregnant women.

Shrimp is an excellent source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, selenium, high quality protein, unsaturated fats, and iron and niacin.

Vitamin D3 is naturally found in animal products, the richest of which are fish oil. Selenium is available in a variety of seafood and its antioxidant effects are effective in preventing cancer.

Selenium is important in renovating and repairing damaged DNA segments, and it interferes with the activity of the glutathione peroxidase enzyme that neutralizes toxic substances in the liver. Daily consumption of 120 grams of shrimp eliminates 81.7% of selenium daily requirements. Milk contains The amino acid is tryptophan and this amino acid is converted into niacin (vitamin B3) in the body, and in general niacin raises shrimp.

Niacin plays a very different role in metabolism. Its deficiency causes muscle weakness, anorexia, indigestion and rash, and its severe deficiency leads to a plaguritis associated with dry skin and its darkness and scaling, as well as diarrhea and, of course, psychological problems. To be

Also, with 120 grams of shrimp, 70.4% of the daily requirement of vitamin B12 and 10.8% of the daily requirement of vitamin B6 is provided. On the other hand, in every 110 grams of shrimp is 200 mg cholesterol, but the ratio of LDL (bad cholesterol) to HDL (good cholesterol) is reduced by taking shrimp.

One of the problems is the methylmercury, which is stored in them and in particular their skin. Mercury comes from air pollution, it enters the river and the sea by rain, and the fish receive this substance by eating algae and plankton. Almost all fish contain methyl mercury, which can lead to nerve damage, especially in children.

However, recent studies point to the nutritional benefits of fish in pregnant women, and it is much more significant than the amount of mercury found in these fish. Earlier in 2004, the FDA announced that pregnant and lactating women would use more than 12 ounces of seafood containing less mercury during the week, such as shrimp and tuna, and consume high-mercury fish such as swordfish and Shark, but now it's more recommended for fish, and it's less important for mercury. Fish poisoning reduces the total content of mercury in fish.

To reduce weight, lower cholesterol and prevent all types of cancer, they often recommend low-fat diets.

But although cholesterol lowering the risk of death due to cardiovascular disease, it can lead to an increased risk of abnormal mortality due to depression and suicide. So good middle ages. In this case, the selection of foods and the use of non-saturated vegetable and essential fatty acids in seafood is recommended, although many cultural factors, social customs, levels of literacy and, of course, an important economic factor affect this selection. However, the more expensive fish are not a reason to be nutritious.

Because fish species, even in breeding, have a much higher value than other sources of animal proteins and fatty acids, such as fried red meat.

In the Mediterranean food pyramid, which is one of the best and most approved food sources, the consumption of white meat, several times a week, and consumption of red meat, is recommended less and several times a month.

LDL (bad cholesterol) causes vascular stiffness and ultimately cardiovascular disease, but HDL (good cholesterol) reduces cardiovascular disease. Solid and saturated oils increase the LDL-to-HDL ratio and provide the basis for the development of multiple chronic illnesses.

Omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids (EPA and DHA) found in fish and shrimp increase the level of good cholesterol (HDL).

In addition, seafood contains high-quality protein and all kinds of essential oils and vitamins of the group B and D.

 

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