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Is seafood really healthy?

Is seafood really healthy?

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F. Manasseh

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Answered Oct 08, 2019

There are a lot of people who can always eat seafood whenever they want to, but some are more careful because they are not entirely sure if consuming seafood regularly will be good for them. Seafood contains the minimum amount of cholesterol, which means that it will be good for the body. It also has a lot of vitamins and minerals that the body requires.

The thing is that seafood, like other types of food, should be consumed in moderation. If you would eat an excess of seafood, this may lead to some health conditions. For example, consuming too much seafood means that you will have an excess of Omega-6 fats, which can also lead to some inflammatory diseases.

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Answered Apr 03, 2019

There is a debate on whether seafood is really healthy or not. It is true that seafood is usually jam packed with nutrients including vitamins and minerals and other good things as well. One of the biggest problems though is that the ocean and seas are being polluted and this is adding toxins, like too much mercury, to the season that people are eating. Furthermore, seafood farms are taking from the natural aspect and are making seafood dangerous and less than desireable.

There is a debate on whether seafood is really healthy or not. It is true that seafood is usually
It is yet to be determined if seafood in the future will be less healthy due to the constant and progressive pollution in the seas and oceans or if that will be stopped and it will be healthier. The best we can really hope for is that the monitoring of seatible seafood will become more advanced and that more people won't just assume that all seafood is healthy but will check for certification of it.

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Answered Feb 27, 2019

Oh! This is cool! I like this!

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Answered Feb 25, 2019

In today’s era, seafood has become a beloved delicacy as it is highly rich in nutrients, possesses a good source of proteins, and reduces the chances of occurrence of common diseases. According to some researches, adults should eat seafood twice a week to remain healthy.

In today’s era, seafood has become a beloved delicacy as it is highly rich in nutrients,
Some seafood contains a high level of mercury which can lead to heart 💗 diseases. Hence, I would like you to be cautious (on a serious note) while eating some seafood as not all of them are protein-rich. Avoid eating farm-raised salmon fishes 🐟 as they can harm you.Always prefer to eat fishes which have low mercury levels. Also, don’t fry your seafood as they might add calories to them.

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Answered Feb 19, 2019

Yes, they are 😊! But, not all seafood is good for yourhealth. Most doctors 👩‍⚕️ recommend having seafood in your diet as seafood is an excellent source of protein due to the lower intake of fat.

Yes, they are 😊! But, not all seafood is good for yourhealth. Most doctors 👩‍⚕️

In today’s era, seafood has become a beloved delicacy as it is highly rich in nutrients, possesses a good source of proteins, and reduces the chances of occurrence of common diseases. According to some researches, adults should eat seafood twice a week to remain healthy. Some seafood contains a high level of mercury which can lead to heart 💗 diseases. Hence, I would like you to be cautious (on a serious note) while eating some seafood as not all of them are protein-rich. Avoid eating farm-raised salmon fishes 🐟 as they can harm you. Always prefer to eat fishes which have low mercury levels. Also, don’t fry your seafood as they might add calories to them.

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