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6 calories

Serving: 1

Unit: shrimp

Serving Weight: 5gm

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Saturated Fats

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Although, the terms prawns and shrimp are used to mean more or less the same thing - they are a kind of seafood that comes with an outer shell, which holds inside the soft and boneless goodness loaded with protein.    FAQs -   
  1. Is it healthy to eat Prawns?
  Definitely. Not only Prawns contain a high amount of protein, but they are also rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and the antioxidant astaxanthin which promote the health of your brain and your heart. They also contain minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Zinc, Selenium, Phosphorus, Copper, and Magnesium - which helps in building stronger bones, improved blood flow. Prawns are extremely healthy for pregnant women since they provide additional nutrition needed for the development of fetus.   
  1. Are Prawns and Shrimp different?
  Prawns and Shrimp are two completely different species, even though they have the same nutritional benefits and taste almost similar with minor variations in flavour and texture. Most dishes use shrimps and prawns in place of one another, so there is really no reason to worry about the differences as far as your interest is only in eating them.   
  1. Are Prawns safe to eat?
  Experts in the US found that the farm-grown prawns that are sold in supermarkets - 60 % of them were hosting bacteria such as E. coli, salmonella, vibrio, and MRSA. Prime reason for this is that prawns are grown in extremely unhygienic and crowded farms.    You should always opt for wild prawns. But if you have only farm-grown prawns available, then make sure to cook them thoroughly so that all the bacteria are killed - because raw prawns can cause violent food poisoning. 

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