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Food, Seafood

Including mainly fish and shellfish, seafood actually represents any kind of organism living in seas, oceans, rivers or lakes. Although fish is the most commonly used as food, mollusks and other crustacean life forms fall in the same large category of seafood. Algae are included on the regular menu in many Asian countries.

Wild seafood is fished or hunted (in the case of large mammals), while domestic production is known under the name of aquaculture. As oil spills and other ecological disasters have affected the quality of wild seafood, more and more people prefer consuming seafood that is produced by this large industry in organized farms.

A great source of protein, seafood must be treated distinctively from meat, although fish consumption is excluded by strict vegetarians and vegans.

Seafood is essential for the healthy development of the human brain and it is now known that the regular consumption of fish and other seafood helps preventing degenerative neurological conditions, such as the Alzheimer’s disease. Also, the high content of healthy fats reduces bad cholesterol, while increasing good cholesterol levels, something that leads to the prevention of heart diseases.

Seafood is a great source of minerals like zinc and selenium that cannot easily be found in other food sources. Revised August 30th, 2015 Submit a Website
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