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    Smoked oysters- primal?

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    I think they probably ARE primal, they're animal protein.

    These are on sale right now and I'm craving them. But I want to eat healthy fats right now, I'm not sure if sunflower oil is a toxic fat or not? I'm underweight and I need real food right now, not junky stuff.

    Cillakat was telling me the other day that oysters are high in zinc- and I'm a recovering ED sufferer so I could use a whack of zinc right now. But does the smoking process destroy all those nutrients?

    I had a look at the ingredients for this particular brand. It was just oysters, sunflower oil, smoking materials. No sugar, starch or other crap added.

    Actually, I'm curious about shellfish carbs in general. They aren't fiber.. and they aren't sugars. What are they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CandylandCanary View Post
    Actually, I'm curious about shellfish carbs in general. They aren't fiber.. and they aren't sugars. What are they?
    Glycogen I guess. That's why liver has higher carbs than muscle meat.

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