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    Mecca Maniac bodybuilding reputation Kakashi2020's Avatar
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    Shrimps for Protein

    Shrimps are good sources of protein, it also gives out body an impressive array of nutrients like Selenium, Vitamin B 12, Phosphorus, Copper, Iodine and Choline. Three ounces of baked or broiled shrimp can give you 20 grams of protein, it also contains very little fat and cholesterol.

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    Re: Shrimps for Protein

    Prawns cooked in coconut milk is one of the favorite dishes of my wife. When we are invited to an informal occasion, we would bring our signature prawns. It is always a hit with the guests. However, when my wife was diagnosed with high blood pressure, shrimps and prawns were part of the taboo list. It has high cholesterol level, according to the doctor in our family so we cannot argue with that. But to be honest, we still cook prawns once every 3 months or so.




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    Re: Shrimps for Protein

    My favorite is a gulf coast fried-shrimp dinner with french fries, also add coleslaw with hush puppies and a big glass of draft beer to wash it all down- and a lot of restaurants around the coast here, have a "all you can eat" dinner which is great. I would say this fried shrimp method is not the healthy way to eat shrimp though, and you should really bake,broil, or grill shrimp without fat to get the best results. Also eating shrimp that is fried, lowers the protein content in it, quite a bit as well.




 

 

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