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How Healthy Is Seaweed For You

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 05/03/2014 - 19:18
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It is always healthy to include seafood in diet plan. It is a fact that sea vegetables like seaweeds offer a great range of essential minerals for human body. The western cultures have recently begun to include seaweeds in their diet after discovering the health benefits they provide. Sea vegetables have long been in use by the Japanese people for a healthy lifestyle. In fact, the sea vegetables contain all nutrients found in oceans and the minerals found in the human blood.

Cancer Protection With Seaweed

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Why Catfish Is Important For Your Health

Submitted by Saraomran on Sun, 04/27/2014 - 11:12
Usually, people enjoy the delicious flavor of the catfish, but very few people are fully aware of health benefits of seafood especially catfish. Inclusion of nutritious fish in diet helps you fulfill the protein needs of your body and it also boosts the vitamin intake along with fatty acids and healthy fats. Consider including catfish in your diet plan for following amazing health benefits:

Catfish For Weight Watchers

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Chlorella- A Sea Vegetable With Surprising Health Benefits

Submitted by Saraomran on Sun, 01/19/2014 - 16:36
Many people have no knowledge about sea vegetables when they talk about seafood. But those who do, they know how delicious they are. Sea vegetables are simple to cook and have been in use since a long time in Asia, Britain, Caribbean and Canada. On of the commonly used sea vegetables are chlorella. Some of the health benefits of this delicious sea vegetable are:

Detoxification With Chlorella

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7 Reasons To Eat Tuna Fish

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 01/04/2014 - 19:38
Seafood besides great taste also has a lot to offer in terms of nutrition and health. Tuna being one of them is an incredibly nutrition enriched fish. It is a great source of various minerals essential for health. Some of the benefits of this fish for our overall health are:

Tuna And Cardiovascular Health

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Shrimp- A Delicious Seafood

Submitted by Saraomran on Wed, 01/01/2014 - 20:47
Shrimps are undoubtedly one of the most delicious and amazing seafood. Some people may feel guilty while eating shrimps due to high amount of cholesterol but the taste of a shrimp is too tempting to ignore. It is perfectly healthy for people who have normal cholesterol levels. Shrimps are low in saturated fat and calories. Although shrimps are high in cholesterol, the scientists have found that shrimps did not raise overall cholesterol level of study participants. It showed slightly elevated LDL but spiked the HDL levels of the participants.
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Eat Lobsters For A Healthy Body

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 12/14/2013 - 20:39
Lobsters are famous marine crustaceans. This seafood is similar to the shrimps in figure except that lobsters have larger bodies and harder shells. These marine species are full of nutrition and can be found on bottom of an ocean. Lobsters are prepared deliciously in rolls, soups, and sometimes even dipped in butter. There are many health benefits of including lobsters in your diet. Few of them are as follows:

Lobsters Are Effective For A Low Carb Diet

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Health Benefits Of Salmon

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 12/07/2013 - 15:52
Salmon is a much better and healthier alternative to meat. This seafood is one of the sources of omega-3 fatty acids, especially DHA and EPA, which are the nature’s heart medicines. Most of the salmon that you see in the supermarkets is actually farmed; as a matter of fact, farmed salmons outnumber the wild salmons by approximately 85 to one. These farmed salmons are fed diet with artificial coloring for giving it a ‘salmon’ color. Though, nutritionally, they have the same health benefits.
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Sardines- Fish With Great Health Benefits

Submitted by Saraomran on Mon, 12/02/2013 - 17:59
Sardines are a popular sea food and named after an Italian island called Sardinia. Although, like old times, this fish is still available in small cans but it is surprisingly nutritious. This fish contains high tryptophan levels and is a major vitamin B12 source along with other very important minerals and vitamins. Sardine contains lower toxin levels than various other kinds of fish. Following are the health benefits of the sardine fish

Cardiovascular Benefits Of Sardines

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Oysters- How Nutritious They Are For You

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 11/23/2013 - 22:32
Irregularly shaped, with a rough shell and with a soft body inside, Oysters is no doubt one of the most healthiest and nutritional seafood. The word Oysters is commonly used for different groups of Bivalve Mollusks. Weather you have Oysters half shelled, fried or raw, oysters can give an efficient amount of Omega-3 Fatty acids to increase the efficiency of your heart and brain.

Nutritional Values Of Oysters

  • Calories- 199
  • Polyunsaturated Fat- 3.3g
  • Saturated Fat- 3.2g
  • Cholesterol- 71mg
  • Sodium- 417mg
  • Monounsaturated Fat- 4.7g

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