Lesson 1: Nutritional Composition of Snail Meat
In the first lesson you will get acquainted with the composition of snail meat and the content of nutrients. After studying the material, you will have a clear idea of the benefits of the product for the human body.
High in protein
Protein is a building material of the human body.
It is broken down into amino acids, which are very important for muscles, skin, bones, blood elements, body tissues. Protein comes to humans from food, which is why eating protein is so important. In terms of protein content, which is well absorbed by the body, snail meat can be compared with fish, animal meat, poultry, seafood and other foods with which the body gets protein of animal origin.
Low fat content
The obvious advantage is the low fat content of snail meat, which makes it a dietary product. Only 1.4 g of fat per 100 g. Cholesterol in snail meat is 50 mg. Based on the above data, we can safely say that snail meat is a dietary product with low cholesterol.
Vitamin B4
The snail has a high concentration of choline - vitamin B4, which normalizes the metabolism of fats and cholesterol in the body. Choline normalizes blood cholesterol levels, as well as protects liver cells from toxins and prevents the formation of gallstones. Therefore, the consumption of snail meat is an excellent prevention of atherosclerosis, liver disease, and gastrointestinal tract.
Vitamin E, Magnesium, Copper


Snail meat, in comparison with other products of animal origin, has a high content of vitamin E, famous for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is considered a vitamin of youth and beauty.

The snail is rich in magnesium, which is involved in energy and electrolyte metabolism. This is a natural anti-stress factor. Therefore, snails are recommended for prevention and management of stress.

In addition, this product has a high content of copper, which is involved in the processes of hematopoiesis, melanin synthesis and transmission of nerve impulses.

Copper deficiency causes deformation of the skeleton, deterioration of the musculoskeletal system.
Vitamins A, B, PP, Potassium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Iron, Selenium, Zinc
Snail meat contains vitamins A, group B, PP, potassium, sulfur, phosphorus, iron, selenium, zinc. Iron from this product is well absorbed by the body due to the presence of copper in snails.

It is necessary to dwell on the presence in the composition of snails of such an important micronutrient as selenium. It protects cells from damage by free radicals and heavy metals.

Selenium has antitumor properties, improves liver function, provides protection and motility of sperm.

The high content of vitamin E in snail meat improves the absorption of selenium by the body.
The overall benefits of the product
The optimal combination of vitamins and microelements in one product suggests that they all bring maximum benefit to the functioning of the human body.

Therefore, snail meat can be recommended as one of the main foods, a source of protein of animal origin. Dishes based on it will be beneficial to people:
  • with excess weight;
  • with cardiovascular diseases;
  • with diseases of the digestive system, liver;
  • with diseases of musculoskeletal system;
  • with sexual disorders;
  • with fertility problems.
Consumption of snails improves sexual and reproductive function of the body, promotes rejuvenation and improves metabolism.
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