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Facts about shrimp and cholesterol

Darryl E. Jory, Ph.D. Roy D. Palmer, FAICD

Despite an unfair reputation, most people can eat shrimp as part of a well-balanced diet A landmark study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and Rockefeller University in New York two decades ago showed that a low-fat diet that included steamed shrimp did not raise blood cholesterol levels, and that it “may even…

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  • Darryl E. Jory, Ph.D.

    Darryl E. Jory, Ph.D.

    Editor Emeritus
    Global Aquaculture Alliance
    Portsmouth, NH, USA

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  • Roy D. Palmer, FAICD

    Roy D. Palmer, FAICD

    GILLS
    2312/80 Clarendon Street
    Southbank VIC 3006 Australia
    www.seafoodprofessionlas.org

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