Author: Vdelta driedsea

Power Foods for The Brain

Eating for brain health might sound like a strange concept, but science has shown that your diet can play a major role not just in health, but in brain function and prevention of common cognition disorders. Eating power foods for the brain can help you improve cognitive function, including memory, decision-making ability, mental response time, and […]

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VIETNAMESE PANGASIUS IS FAVOURED IN MANY MAJOR CHINESE CITIES

Through online channels such as China’s leading e-commerce platform Alibaba, Vietnam’s pangasius products have appeared in many major Chinese cities.  “Before Vietnam only used to sell whole fish to the border region in southern China. Now fillet pangasius goes to Beijing and to Shanghai and even now goes to Dalian. The demand will be much […]

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Chitosan – sources, health benefits, nutrients, uses and constituents

Chitosan is a type of fiber that is commonly found in the hard outer shells of crustaceans such as crabs, shrimp and lobster. According to an article posted on the Live Strongwebsite, the compound is commonly manufactured as a dietary supplement to aid in weight loss and cholesterol control. List of known nutrients Chitosan is loaded with essential nutrients needed for […]

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What Are the Uses of Cuttlefish Bone?

Cuttlefish bone can be used to make polishing powder for toothpaste. It can also be used to treat gastritis or nocturnal emissions in small reptiles or birds. Dentists use its absorbent characteristic to stop bleeding from extracted teeth or after nose surgery. Cuttlefish bone can improve kidney deficiency and can even combat acid reflux or […]

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8 Reasons You Should Start Eating Seaweed ASAP

L Step aside, kale. There’s a new super superfood in town, fresh from the ocean, with health—and weight loss—benefits that will have you craving sushi. Seaweed absorbs fat AJ_WATT Eating seaweed, which is not actually a vegetable at all but an algae, could shrink your waistline. According to a 2010 study, algae can reduce the rate of […]

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VIETNAM – THE LARGEST SHRIMP SUPPLIER TO THE UK

Vietnam shrimp exports to the UK have always achieved positive growth rates since 2012 as the UK has promoted importing warmwater shrimp as an affordable product that can replace coldwater shrimp. The price of coldwater shrimp is increasing due to the fact that the main supplying countries continuously cut their quotas which resulting in a […]

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Sweet Dried Anchovies

It’s quite possible that nothing has ever sounded worse to you, but believe me, nearly everyone who tries these crisp, salty, sweet tidbits falls in love with them. Best served as a little nibble, but hard to stop eating once you start, these rank as one of my favorite snacks to accompany an ice-cold beer or cold sake (or some […]

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PROSPECTS FOR VIETNAMESE TUNA EXPORTS TO EU

In 2018, tuna prices were generally softer than in 2017, but this did not have any impact on demand in the EU market. The amount of inventories in the EU market in the past year was high and the demand for ordinary canned tuna products was at saturation levels, thus affecting the import trend in […]

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GREEN SEAWEED POWDER/ ULVA LACTUCA

Main Features 1. Improve amino acids biologic activity in diet; 2. Strengthen animals’ propagation capacity, promote delivery, increase conception and birth rate; Decrease mastitis rate, reduce after birth retention; Seaweed feed contains organic selenium, iodine, carotene and tocopherols, they all strengthen animals’ propagation capability. 3. Improve immunity and strengthen the resistance to irritability; Seaweed feeding […]

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 How To Grind Ikan Bilis / Anchovies Powder For Your Baby

   In my previous post titled 5 Nutrient-Rich Asian Foods For Babies, I talked about how ikan bilis (dried anchovies) are a good source of nutrients for babies. Imagine, they have EIGHT out of the ten recommended nutrients for babies by Babycenter.com, including calcium, Omega-3 and iron! However, we can’t expect our little ones to chew on ikan bilis (dried anchovies), […]

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