Health Benifits of Oysters

- Oct 25, 2018-

Aphrodisiac
As an aphrodisiac, oysters can help boost sexual performance and libido, primarily in men
Weight Loss
Oysters represent one of the most nutrient-packed foods with the lowest calories versus the volume of serving size. This means that people trying to lose weight can keep their body packed with the nutrients it needs, without adding too much weight
Protein Content
Proteins are an essential part of our diet, and oysters are a very strong source. [3] Proteins are often broken down by the body’s enzymatic activity and then reconstructed into usable human proteins in every part of the body 

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Protect Heart Health
Oysters can positively impact heart health in a variety of ways, but primarily the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids versus omega-6 fatty acids are what impact the cholesterol so greatly
Speed up Healing
The unprecedented levels of zinc in oysters result in a number of health benefits, including quicker wound healing rates and a boosted immune system against various infections and microbes
Increase Blood Circulation
Oysters are also a very impressive source of iron, with more than 90% of our daily requirements in each serving
Maintain Bone Health
The mineral content, as we’ve explained, is quite impressive in oysters, and is also a major contributor to the strength of your bones.
Boost Immune Function
Boosting the immune system is yet another possible health benefit of eating oysters. The vitamin C and vitamin E content, as well as various minerals that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, are able to defend the body against free radicals that are byproducts of cellular metabolism 

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