Squid alias soft fish, calamari. Mollusks, squid heads, diamond-shaped tails, live in the ocean. The largest output is in Taiwan Province. Rich in high protein, low fat, and contains a lot of carbohydrates and inorganic salts such as calcium , phosphorus and iodine. It can be eaten fresh or made into dry products. It is a good product for nourishing yin and nourishing the stomach and nourishing the skin.
Squid effect: Squid is rich in calcium, phosphorus and iron, which is very beneficial to bone development and hematopoiesis, and can prevent anemia. In addition to being rich in protein and amino acids required by the human body, squid is also a low- calorie food containing a large amount of taurine. It can inhibit the cholesterol content in the blood, prevent adult diseases, relieve fatigue, restore vision, and improve liver function. Its contained peptides and trace elements such as selenium have antiviral and anti-radiation effects . Chinese medicine believes that squid has the functions of nourishing the yin and nourishing the stomach and nourishing the skin. In addition to being rich in protein and amino acids required by the human body, squid also contains a large amount of taurine, which can suppress the cholesterol content in the blood and relieve fatigue.
Nutritional ingredients: 75.00 calories (calorie), 0.80 fats (g), protein (g) 17.00, vitamin A (microgram) 16.00, vitamin E (mg) 0.94, riboflavin (mg) 0.03, magnesium (mg)) 61.00, calcium ( mg) 43.00, iron (mg) 0.50, zinc (mg) 1.36, copper (mg) 0.20, manganese (mg) 0.06, potassium (mg) 16.00, phosphorus (mg) 60.00, sodium (mg) 134.70 Selenium (micrograms) 13.65 . Squid, also known as soft fish and calamari, has high nutritional value and is a valuable seafood. It is basically the same in nutritional functions as soft brachiopod seafood such as cuttlefish and octopus. They are rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron , etc., and are rich in trace elements such as selenium, iodine, manganese, copper and other foods.