Sturgeon: chemical composition and caloric content

Sturgeon: chemical composition and caloric content
 Sturgeon - the fish special. Because of its saturated fatty acid, it is recommended in some patients for therapeutic purposes. A pleasant taste makes it representative of sturgeon family welcome guest on virtually any desk. In addition, at elevated levels of vitamins and minerals sturgeon has a relatively low calorific value that makes it indispensable in diets.

In commercial scale starlet is mined in Siberia, at great depths. Like many sturgeon, its uniqueness - in omega 3. They are found in meat and caviar sturgeon, so that these products are recommended to all who have problems with the cardiovascular system, the risk of heart attack and even cancer due because of bad heredity. In addition, fatty acids help maintain a satisfactory state of human ocular blood flow and are responsible for brain function. An added bonus to the presence in Omega 3 Sturgeon is a set of elements and vitamins: molybdenum, nickel, zinc, and chromium. Given that a person feels the need for daily data trace to its functioning nervous system, musculoskeletal system, and so on, it is not surprising that doctors recommend to include the sturgeon in the regular (if possible) diet.

Elevated levels of the chemical composition of Sturgeon fluorine is very important for child and adolescent nutrition. It is this trace element involved in strengthening bones and teeth growing organisms. With a lack of fluoride occur diseases such as tooth decay, osteoporosis and anemia, because it helps fluorine digestibility of iron.

Despite the fact that one hundred grams of fish contained two grams of fat (which means increased fat), sturgeon surprisingly low calorie: total 88 - 89 calories. After cooking, the fish without quenching or foreign matter impurities (water and salt only) reduced caloric to 80 calories. As a rule, such a heat treatment at doctors recommend diets. Boiled starlet gets a great ear or main dish for garnish, such as steamed rice or cauliflower. By the way, the product does not contain carbohydrates, but a lot of protein (15 grams per 100 grams of thermally processed fish), making starlet indispensable element of carbohydrate-free diets such as the Atkins diet (Kremlin).

In cooking starlet goes well with chicken, mushrooms, vegetables (onions, carrots, peppers, and fresh herbs and olive oil.

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