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May
13

Oysters Make Strong Bones

During this oyster is known as an aphrodisiac food plants or sexual arousal. Research in 2009 as published in the Journal of Nutrition, said, oysters also contain lots of zinc and calcium for bone formation. It also helps to form collagen in bones.

Bone collagen is one of the materials that form the framework that makes bones flexible. The content of zinc in the oyster is also beneficial to increase strength, muscle tissue to form, accelerate the growth of new cells, preventing the enlargement of the prostate gland in men, to prevent pneumonia or pneumonia.

Calories, fat and cholesterol in zinc is very low and it is quite safe used as a daily menu. You can enjoy oysters with boiled, steamed or baked. Avoid eating raw oysters contaminated, as it was feared Vibrio bacteria can cause nausea and vomiting.

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