Seafood is rich in amino acids, minerals and vitamins. They contain beneficial protein and more than thirty trace elements that positively affect the condition of our skin and hair. Iodine, zinc, sulfur, calcium, potassium, magnesium and polyunsaturated acids help our body to function normally and to be always in good shape. Taurine, which is especially rich shrimp meat, increases the elasticity of blood vessels, rids the body of excess cholesterol. Useful properties of seafood has been known for a long time. The ancient Greek philosopher and foodie Orchestral, author of the first cookbook was told that the healthiest food is that which is found in
the sea. No wonder half of his recipes devoted to seafood.
Our body has a very complex mechanism, where each part plays a role and even the slightest problem of any organs can result in dire consequences. To say nothing of the vital organs such as the heart, lungs, kidneys and liver. They require special attention and care, but that these bodies often gets a shock share of the load. Separately it is necessary to talk about the liver, which performs in our body the role of a filter. She recycles and purifies everything that enters our body with food, neutralizing various poisonous substances, while filtering the blood and removing the decomposition products. Despite its functionality and
importance, our liver is very vulnerable and is not recoverable. Continue reading