1. Carp is rich in calcium, phosphorus and iron, which is good for bone development and hematopoiesis, and can effectively treat anemia;
2. In addition to protein and amino acids required by the human body, squid also contains a large amount of taurine, which can inhibit blood cholesterol levels, relieve fatigue, restore vision, and improve liver function;
3. Its polypeptides and selenium contain anti-virus and anti-radiation effects;
4. Prof. Wang Cunxin of the Institute of Oceanography of the Chinese Academy of Sciences stated that cholesterol has low density and high density. The cholesterol in carp is mainly high density, which is beneficial to the human body. There is a clear difference between the structure of fat in carp and that of livestock and poultry.
5. Contains protein, omega 3 fatty acids, copper, zinc, B vitamins, and iodine. B vitamins help relieve migraines and phosphorus helps calcium absorption. 100 grams of squid has only 70 kilocalories of energy. Note: Do not eat squid more than one fist each day. It is best not to fry when eating.