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Nutritional properties of caviar

Nutritional properties of caviar

We have always seen caviar as an exquisite delicacy only within the reach of a few pockets and for the most exquisite palates, thus depriving consumers of taking advantage of the nutritional benefits of this delicacy. However, the reality is quite different, as there are caviars with really competitive prices and their delicious flavour facilitates the better health care that caviar provides. Let's describe some of the nutritional benefits it provides:

High energy and vitamin content:

It contains 280 kcal. per 100 grs and is also rich in proteins, sugars, fats, mineral salts and vitamins, including Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, B12, D and E, folic acid and pantothenic.

Who benefits from eating caviar?

Children, adolescents and pregnant women
As it has a high amount of protein it is especially recommended for muscle development. This is why it is recommended that it be consumed during childhood, adolescence and in pregnant women, as a greater intake of this nutrient is needed at these stages. Also, as it has a large amount of calcium, it is a very good food for the bones as it helps to strengthen them. Women, during the period of pregnancy, having calcium deficiencies during the pregnancy period, caviar becomes one of their best allies to fight against these deficiencies.

Thanks to its high iron content, caviar helps prevent iron deficiency anaemia. This is why it is an excellent food recommended for the diets of sportsmen and women who practise intense sports, as they have a high intake of this mineral. We recommend 50g for breakfast every 1-2 days to promote recovery and provide energy for the whole day.


Prevention of illnesses and curative properties of caviar

As it has a lot of vitamin A or niacin, caviar prevents eye diseases, strengthens the immune system and has anti-cancer properties. Also because of its high vitamin A content, this food also promotes good skin condition (used in the world of cosmetics) and mucous membranes.

Taking caviar and other foods rich in vitamin B2 can help overcome migraines and is beneficial for maintaining good eye and skin health. Foods rich in vitamin B2 or riboflavin, such as this food, are also useful for improving nervous problems such as insomnia, anxiety or stress.

Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid, which is abundant in caviar, makes this food useful in combating stress and migraines. The vitamin B5 content of this food also makes it a recommended food for reducing excess cholesterol, although consumption should be moderate.

Pregnant women or breast-feeding babies can benefit from the beneficial effects of this food as caviar has a high amount of vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin. Consumption of this food can also help people with stomach problems because of its high amount of vitamin B12.

Caviar, due to its high amount of vitamin E, is a beneficial food for our circulatory system. This food also has antioxidant properties, is beneficial to sight and can help in the prevention of Parkinson's disease.

For all these reasons, caviar is a highly recommended foodstuff that we can incorporate into our diet in a healthy and tasty way, giving a different touch to our dishes.

2013-10-10 Home, The world of caviar 0 9234

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