Acta Scientific Nutritional Health (ASNH)(ISSN: 2582-1423)

Research Article Volume 6 Issue 12

Mineral Composition of Black Sea Herbal Shrimp Meat Palaemon Adspersus Rathke, 1837

Lebskaya Tatyana Konstantinovna1*, Bal-Prilipko Larisa Vatslavovna2, Lebsky Sergey Olegovich3 and Slobodyanuc Nataliay Michaylovna4

1Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor at the Department of the Technology of Meat, Fish and Seafood, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
2Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Dekan of the Faculty of Food Technologies and Quality Control of Agricultural Product, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
3Postgraduate at the Department of the Technology of Meat, Fish and Seafood, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
4Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Head of Department of the Technology of Meat, Fish and Seafood, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine

*Corresponding Author: Lebskaya Tatyana Konstantinovna, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor at the Department of the Technology of Meat, Fish and Seafood, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine.

Received: October 21, 2022; Published: November 21, 2022


The qualitative and quantitative composition of macro-, microelements and radionuclides in the meat of the Black Sea grass shrimp in the pre-spawning and post-spawning periods of catch were investigated. And the following essential macro- and micro elements are identified: Ca, K, Na, Mg, Cu, Zn, Fe, Mn, Li; conditionally essential: B, Cd, Pb, Sr; as well as toxic or poorly underexplored: Ag, Al, Va, Bi, Cs. The level of essential mineral elements in the meat of the Black Sea shrimp is significantly lower than the recommended physiological needs for them for an adult. The amount of Cr and Ni exceeds the physiological needs of a person per day (140 and 34 times, respectively), but significantly below the threshold of toxicity for these elements. The content of heavy metals and radionuclides in shrimp meat does not exceed the permissible norms, which indicates its safety. The results of studies show the possibility of using shrimp meat in different fishing seasons for food purposes as an additional source of essential macro- and micronutrients.

Keywords: Essential; Conditionally Essential; Toxic Macro; Microelements; Shrimp Meat; Catch Seasons; Safety; Heavy Metals; Radionuclides


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Citation: Lebskaya Tatyana Konstantinovna., et al. “Mineral Composition of Black Sea Herbal Shrimp Meat Palaemon Adspersus Rathke, 1837". Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 6.12 (2022): 102-108.


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