The Benefits of Eating Seafood

The Benefits of Eating Seafood

The Benefits of Eating Seafood

According to popular belief, seafood is a poor stew, it seems that buying seafood in the market or a 'supermarket' for a stew, is an indication of a person running out of money or having a small budget.

When we look at the importance of seafood and its benefits to the human body, we find that whether you are poor, rich, or billionaire, if you care about your health, seafood is more important to eat than the delicacies you eat.

In today's article, we will look at the health benefits of seafood, which, as we have seen in two previous articles on cashews and nuts, have great benefits in fighting and providing protection against dangerous heart disease!


Like nuts and cashews, seafood has also been shown to be of great benefit to those with heart problems. Seafood is rich in nutrients and among those nutrients is high in Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA & DHA)

In many studies of heart disease and its treatments, Omega 3 supplements have been shown to be a very effective medicine for the prevention of heart disease. The main source of these nutrients is none other than fish and seafood.

In addition, seafood is also a good source of Vitamin B12, being a good second source after the liver. This vitamin does a great job of improving the well-being of the heart and thus being a good food to give recovery or effective protection to the consumer against heart disease.


Seafood is another good source of 'Calcium' which is responsible for strengthening the body's bones, but also in fish, there is vitamin D which is very rare in the diet.

Vitamin D is an important factor in promoting bone health as it is the one that aids in the body's absorption of calcium. Seafood is also a good source of minerals such as phosphorus, which in turn strengthens bones.


For many years, researchers have discovered a mechanism by which seafood can regulate the proliferation of cancer cells in the body. Thus it has been proven beyond doubt that the nutrients contained in seafood can provide great protection against cancer.


If you have a protein deficiency, then eat seafood as they have a high level of this nutrient. Protein supports the production of 'amino acids which are essential for the production of living cells in the body and for the strengthening of the body's immune system.


Kidney patients and those with gout problems are advised to eat small amounts of seafood with extreme caution or to avoid it altogether. The reason given is that, as with other foods, seafood contains substances (purine) that can irritate people with these diseases, otherwise seafood is not a food to eat!

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