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One of the main reasons why oysters can be an important part of your diet is their concentration of vitamins and minerals, all of which our body needs. Oysters contain high levels of protein, iron, zinc, magnesium, selenium, and vitamin D, making these slippery snacks very good for overall immunity. Zinc is needed by the immune system to produce white blood cells more rapidly when an infection is detected. Selenium also acts as an antioxidant, and stimulates prostaglandins, which lower inflammation and reduce overall stress on the body.

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