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What are the nutritional values of squid?


1. Squid is rich in calcium, phosphorus, and iron, which is beneficial to bone development and hematopoiesis, and can effectively treat anemia;

2. In addition to being rich in protein and amino acids needed by the human body, squid also contains a large amount of taurine, which can suppress cholesterol levels in the blood, relieve fatigue, restore vision, and improve liver function;

3. The polypeptides and selenium contained in it have anti-viral and anti-ray effects;

4. Professor Wang Cunxin from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences said that cholesterol can be divided into low density and high density. The cholesterol in squid is mainly high density, which is beneficial and harmless to the human body. The structure of fat in squid is obviously different from that of livestock and poultry;

5. Contains protein, omega-3 fatty acids, copper, zinc, B vitamins and iodine. B vitamins help relieve migraines, and phosphorus helps calcium absorption. 100 grams of squid has only 70 kcal of energy.

Note: Do not eat more than one fistful of squid per day, and it is best not to fry it when eating.

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