As covered in Part 1, shrimp is very popular in the USA, amounting to about 25% of all seafood consumed.
The Crab Shack serves Baltimore Steamed Shrimp, Cajun Popcorn Shrimp, Fried Shrimp, Coconut Fried Shrimp, and Steamed Jumbo Shrimp for you to enjoy. Our Cajun Boils, Caribbean Tacos, and Seafood Salad can also feature our delicious shrimp.
Part 2 will cover four more health benefits of eating shrimp.
Despite cholesterol concerns, research indicates you won’t be harmed by eating shrimp. These cute crustaceans can help prevent heart disease because they contain omega-3 fatty acids, which contain anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, adding shrimp to your regular diet can decrease LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides while increasing HDL (good) cholesterol.
Make sure to use sunscreen, minimize sun exposure, and take other precautions to protect your skin. In addition, shrimp provides astaxanthin, which can decrease the wrinkling of your skin by providing skin moisture and improving skin elasticity. Moreover, astaxanthin can decrease damage from ultraviolet (UV) rays, which helps lower the risk of skin cancer.
Aid67 for people watching their weight, shrimp offers low calories while providing ample nutrients and protein. A diet dense in nutrients and high in protein is recommended for those seeking to lose weight and attain a leaner body mass.
Research has found Astaxanthin to decrease moodiness, hot flashes, and joint pain that come with the onset of menopause. Adding omega-3 fatty acids to a woman’s diet help mitigate the unwelcome effects of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). PMS can lead to depression, food cravings, fatigue, irritability, and mood swings.
Get Shrimp Favorites Here: The Crab Shack Menus for Crofton and Edgewater.
Lovers of super seafood, including fat, juicy crab, don’t have to drive to Baltimore, Ocean City, Hooper’s Island, or Annapolis anymore. Stay close to home and enjoy wonderful deliciousness all year round at the two locations below!
Our Crofton branch can accommodate a large party group, so if you are interested in reserving tables, please call (443) 302-2680.