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What's for lunch?

Shrimp...It's what's for lunch today at my house!

Are you a seafood lover? If so, let's talk about the incredible benefits of adding shrimp to your diet.

Protein Powerhouse: Shrimp are packed with high-quality protein, essential for muscle repair and growth. They make a fantastic addition to any diet, whether you're an athlete or just trying to stay fit.

Low in Calories: Looking for a guilt-free treat? Shrimp are low in calories and can be a perfect option if you're watching your weight. You can indulge without overloading on calories!

Rich in Nutrients: Shrimp are a great source of essential nutrients like vitamin B12, iodine, and selenium, which are crucial for a healthy metabolism and overall well-being.

Astaxanthin Antioxidant: One of the standout features of shrimp is the presence of astaxanthin, a potent antioxidant. Astaxanthin helps protect the body's cells from oxidative damage, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases.

Heart-Healthy: They are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can help reduce the risk of heart disease and promote a healthy heart.

Boosts Brain Health: Omega-3s in shrimp are also known for their brain-boosting properties, aiding in cognitive function and reducing the risk of age-related cognitive decline.

Versatile and Delicious: Shrimp can be prepared in countless ways - grilled, sautéed, boiled, or even in a flavorful curry. Their versatility makes them perfect for any culinary adventure!

Supports Immune Health: The selenium in shrimp helps boost your immune system, helping you stay healthy and ward off illnesses.

AND...check out this delicious cocktail sauce recipe!

What's your favorite shrimp dish? Share it with us below! #ShrimpLovers #HealthyEating #AstaxanthinAntioxidant #selenium

In health and wellness,


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Disclaimer: I am not a licensed therapist or physician and don't pretend to be. I will never diagnose you or ask to you stop taking a medication, that's between you and your physician. The best part about working together is that YOU are in charge of your health and YOU make your own health decisions. These results are not indicative of every client's experience, of course. Results will vary as every human has their own biological make-up. So I will never make false promises. My promise to you is to be honest, ethical, supportive, informative and I will be there, present as you travel your own health journey. The information provided in this post is based on my own personal experience and research. It is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, heal, treat or cure disease and should not be a replacement for medical advice. Always consult your doctor before trying a new diet, lifestyle or supplement protocol.

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