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Eat More Oysters. They’re Good for You!

At Acme Oyster House, we love oysters. Of course we do! And why wouldn’t we? There’s a lot to love about these bivalves, and they’re healthy for you, too! So, maybe they lose some of their virtue when you fry ‘em up or chargrill them in a delicious blend of butter, cheese, garlic and spices, but hey, you still have a healthy, fresh oyster full of protein, healthy fats and plenty of vitamins and essential minerals!
Low Cal / High Pro – For those of you looking to add more lean protein to your diet, grab yourself a seat at the raw bar! Oysters are extremely nutrient-dense and protein-packed; when compared to an equal serving size of chicken, oysters have nearly half the calories! So yeah, get another dozen!

Brain Food – Oysters are loaded with Omega 3 Fatty Acids, which are good for your brain, your skin and your heart, as well as your joints, and they also help lower bad cholesterol (LDL) levels. About a half dozen medium oysters have 740mg of Omega 3 Fatty Acids. In case you were wondering, the average recommended daily value for women is 1000mg 600mg for men. You’re welcome!

Vitamin-Packed – In addition to Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Oysters are also naturally high in protein, iron, calcium, vitamins C, D and B12, iron, copper, manganese and selenium. These are essential vitamins and minerals; therefore, oysters. Are. Essential! Yep, it’s science. In fact, oysters contain more zinc than any other food per serving, which helps maintain a healthy immune system and also helps maintain your sense of taste and smell. All the better for enjoying chargrilled oysters…we’re just sayin’.

Wanna know more? Click here for more healthy facts about oysters!

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