The usefulness of caviar
Amino acids, proteins, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins A, E, D - all this is rich in caviar. It contains a large amount of minerals - phosphorus, selenium, magnesium, zinc, iodine, calcium, potassium, iron, etc., necessary for the normal functioning of human organs and systems.
The beneficial effects of caviar on the skin are known. Lovers of the delicacy can boast of young and fresh skin - the substances contained in the product stimulate the production of their own collagen. Collagen provides strength and tone to the skin, restores its cells, inhibits the development of tumor-like formations of the skin, stimulates the formation of new cells.
Women planning a pregnancy like no other should monitor their diet. Folic acid, iodine, proteins and amino acids, many other useful substances, trace elements and minerals - everything that a future baby needs is already contained in precious caviar eggs.
As a source of iron, caviar helps to increase hemoglobin - an iron-containing protein that carries oxygen from the respiratory system to the tissues and systems of the body. In addition, caviar improves blood circulation, increases the elasticity of the walls and blood vessels. Caviar will help to protect older people from stroke, heart attack, coronary heart disease, atherosclerosis. Sturgeon caviar even helps to fight some cancers: the vitamins A and D contained in it bind free radicals, which are one of the causes of cancer.
Calorie content of Caviar
Do you know how many calories are contained in 100 g of black caviar? Quite a lot, about 230-250 kcal. Due to the high nutritional value of caviar, many believe that it is contraindicated for people on a diet. However, these are not “empty” calories, since caviar is 30% easily digestible protein. Eat a spoonful of "black gold" in pure form or with a half of a boiled chicken egg - benefits for both the body and the body will be much more than from the traditional Russian sandwich with butter and caviar. And don't worry about cholesterol - caviar it is neutralized by the beneficial lecithin.
Allergies and caviar
It is believed that seafood is a common cause of food allergies. Caviar is absolutely hypoallergenic, moreover, it reduces the frequency and severity of allergic attacks. And caviar is also a powerful aphrodisiac that arouses sexual desire.