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It turns out that snail mucus is beneficial for skin health

 It turns out that snail mucus is beneficial for skin health

Have you ever seen a snail? Have you ever imagined eating it? Apparently, snails have many health benefits. Of course, if you want to try.

Snails are snails that you usually encounter in trees, grass, or damp places. If served properly, snails have many benefits. As reported by Healtspan, some of them are as follows.

1. Snails contain tryptophan which is good for improving mood.

Not only eat chocolate, snails are also effective to improve your mood or mood. That's because the snail contains tryptophan compounds which will later be converted into 5-hydroxytryptophan molecules.

Later this molecule will stimulate the brain to produce the hormones serotonin and melatonin, which are useful for improving mood, quality of sleep, and appetite.

2. High in protein which is good for building and repairing your muscles.

According to Rob Hobson, a nutritionist from the UK, snails are a low-calorie source of protein. Protein itself is important for building and repairing muscles.

3. High in iron to prevent anemia and fatigue.

Snails are a good source of iron and are important for building red blood cells and carrying energy throughout the body.

4. Contains vitamin B12 which is good for the nervous system.

Snails have a high vitamin content, one of which is B12. This vitamin itself is important for making red blood cells. It is also important to maintain the nervous system and process folic acid.

5. Contains magnesium which is good for maintaining blood pressure, strengthening bones, and maintaining heart rate.

Snails are also rich in magnesium, which is needed by the body to maintain normal blood pressure, strengthen bones, and keep regular heart rates.

6. Snail mucus is beneficial for skin health.

Some skin care products apparently have used snail mucus to reduce acne and eliminate black spots. That way, your skin will be cleaner and smoother.

7. Snail mucus can also heal wounds.

Reporting from the Medical Scientific Journal of the University of Tadulako, snail mucus has the potential to heal wounds from incisions on the skin.

Snail popularity is not only in Indonesia. In France, snails are also often served in expensive restaurants. They often refer to it as escargot. After knowing the many benefits, do you want to try eating snails?