Eating more mussels could boost Vitamin D levels in Scots

Mussels will be eaten up to three times a week by volunteers in a new study to establish if the shellfish could boost Vitamin D levels in Scots.
Researchers at Aberdeen University’s Rowett Institute will use around 145kg of the mollusc to test how far the seafood can raise levels of the vitamin known to help prevent cancer and Multiple Sclerosis, as well as promote healthy bones.
Volunteers will cook and eat mussels over a three-month period as part of their normal diet.
While some taking part will eat no shellfish, others will eat them once, twice or three times a week.
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7 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Scotsman

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