The danger that seafood can pose to us:
Mussels – a real delicacy, has a gentle, unique taste and contains protein, mineral salts, vitamins
And a rich set of trace elements (iron, cobalt, phosphorus).
Many experts, based on research, claim that mussels – a natural, natural product similar in composition to Viagra.
For easy swallowing it is necessary to eat mussels with vegetables. Really good mollusk, mussels in nature have a special function – they are filters of polluted water, so they can accumulate in the body even the most dangerous toxins, which are released by the simplest organisms.
The longer it goes into the sea, the more toxins will accumulate in its body. Before they hit the market, mussels undergo lengthy special processing to isolate toxic components, so raw mussels are not a product that can be eaten without harm to health.
Even heat treatment cannot expel poisons, so be careful! Finally, in some people seafood causes allergies accompanied by itching, redness and rash.
In more severe cases, headache, laryngeal edema, loss of consciousness are expected. Seafood should be processed according to certain rules to exclude the presence of microscopic parasites in them, which can cause various diseases after entering the human body.
Harm of seafood
Everyone knows that seafood is useful, but even if it contains harmful and dangerous substances for the body, almost nowhere is written about it, so lately specialists often ask questions about their harms and benefits. The fish themselves are sinless; Another thing is their place of residence. Today nature and habitat are so polluted that the species that live there may even become dangerous to human health.
Throughout life, fish “accumulate” arsenic and other heavy metals in their bodies along with mercury. These substances are not needed by our body, moreover – they are dangerous for us! Therefore, when selecting, give preference to smaller fish – they will also contain less harmful substances.
In addition, raw fish are perishable products. Leaving it raw for a long time is not allowed, as fish parasites multiply quite quickly. Raw delicacies should be used with great caution in food. For example, lentils. They may be infected with sticks similar to the cholera vibrio. The consequences of poisoning at this time are long and severe. Freshly caught oysters are safe.