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Scallop - a bivalve mollusk family Pectinacea
For a long time food consumed at fillet of sea scallop - muscle that is responsible for connecting flaps mollusc shell.

In scallops a lot of protein and little fat
Sea scallop - a unique product that virtually no fat and lots of protein.

How to choose:
1 Good scallop smells of the sea and has a grayish or pinkish cream color.
2 The larger the scallop, so it is older and the lower the nutrients.

How to store:
Put frozen scallops in the freezer and keep no more than three months. Cooled scallops, place at a container with ice and keep it on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator up to three days.

How to cook:
This product can be boiled, steamed, put out, bake or eat raw.

In sea scallop a lot of vitamin B12
Scallop rich in micronutrients (iodine, iron, manganese, cobalt) and vitamin B12 which is involved in the formation of nerves membranes.


Champion of the content of vitamin B12.

The podium:
1 Sea scallop
2 Squids
3 Shrimp

Sea scallop helps protect the vessel walls from destruction
In the body metabolic processes continuously occur in which some amino acids are converted to homocysteine - the substance excess which destroys the vessel walls. The body to eliminate the destruction begins to "patch up" these blemishes, so formed atherosclerotic plaques. Vitamin B12 is found in meat scallop, does not form homocysteine​​, protects vessels from atherosclerosis.

Sea scallop helps reduce cholesterol levels
Sea scallop contains omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which help to reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.

Omega-3 fatty acids on our table
Numerous scientific studies have proven the benefits of polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids prevent the development of atherosclerosis
These acids prevent the development of atherosclerosis, and hence heart attacks and strokes. Even with pre-existing atherosclerotic plaques in the arteries, fatty acids contribute to the removal of excess cholesterol and reduce the size of plaques. Daily intake of 2 g of fish oil is the everyday prevention of atherosclerosis in developed countries.

Omega-3 prevents the development of dementia
Fatty acids are involved in the formation of the myelin sheath the nerve fibers and cell membranes. The myelin sheath provides good conduction of nerve impulses and, most importantly, in the right direction. Hence omega-3 fatty acids prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease, a form of dementia.

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