FARM RAISED SHRIMP? – what is the difference?

25 different types of shrimp

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Are shrimp designed to be eaten or left alone in the ocean?

Anyone who can answer this question will receive a free gift worth $$.

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Nutrition from Shrimp

Shrimps are generally high in selenium, which is good for the immune system. Shrimps are generally high in protein. For every one ounce of shrimp, you will get 6g of LEAN PROTEIN. Almost no fat, and one ounce would have about 26 calories. Shrimps are also high in Cholesterol. If you’re watching your cholesterol, it’s recommended to chill out from too much shrimp. Go Easy.

Nutritionally, shrimp are a great source of selenium, an antioxidant that fights cancer-causing free radicals in your body. Other nutrients in shrimp include vitamins D and B3, plus the mineral zinc, and iodine, whichis important for dieters because deficiencies can promote weight gain or hinder weight loss.

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Breakdown of the entire shrimp’s body layout.

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Black Tiger Prawn

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The Larger the Shrimp, the more the shrimp appears to carry the very similar texture as of a Lobster

This is according to our own testimonial. Some of the larger shrimps or prawns if you will, are resembling consistency and texture as a Lobster member of the Sea. You may want to verify this yourself.

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Prawns

In Great Britain, the larger shrimp that can be in the 3 1/2 inches to 10 inches in size are known as prawns.

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The entire Shrimp Industry is a $50 Billion a year economy.

The Shrimp Industry represents a huge $50Billion a year. Large as it is, the shrimp is delicious to eat, and has a high cholesterol and high protein content.

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Decapod Crustaccans

Some of the decapod crustaceans are referred to as shrimp. They feed near the sea floor and are found in abundance in the coast and estuaries. Estuaries are partly an enclosed coastal body of brackish water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea. According to Wikipedia, some of the description you find here is from Wikipedia, in our own words, but similar in point of view and facts.

 

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