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New and more detailed overview of nutrients in fish and other seafood 2002-2008
Fish and other seafood are natural parts of a healthy and varied diet. Seafood is a good source of several nutrients, which are not so abundant in other foods, such as selenium, iodine, vitamin-B12 and marine omega-3 fatty acids. Also, the content varies among fish species as well as products. An overview of the content of nutrients in seafood and seafood products is available below.
The body needs many different nutrients in order to maintain normal growth and development. Nutrients have different functions in the body, and different foods contain different amounts of nutrients. Seafood Data present a detailed overview of several nutrients in a variety of fish and seafood products from 2002 to 2008. This overview is a tool for those engaged in the food area, health personnel, nutrition researchers, or others looking to compose a balanced diet.
What is Seafood Data?
Seafood data is a database where you can search for the presence of undesirable substances and nutrient data in seafood. In addition, searching the “historic data” gives you an indication of the nutritional content in 25 different species.
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