Despite their association with beachside stings, jellyfish hold a treasure trove of health benefits, including heart health and weight management. Here are insights.
They've been a delicacy in various cuisines for centuries. Jellyfish offer essential minerals like iron, zinc and magnesium, contributing to overall health and vitality. Some species even contain omega-3 fatty acids. (iStock) With their high water content, jellyfish aid in hydration and can impart a sense of fullness, although their nutritional composition may vary depending on species and preparation methods. (Alessandro Buzzichelli courtesy Underwater Photography Guide) The health benefits of eating jellyfish are intriguing and multifaceted. Gabriele Regalbuto is an SEO editor at Fox News Digital. Gabriele has a Journalism and Communications degree from West Virginia University. She has worked to produce content for newspapers, magazines, and digital platforms. At Fox, she has assisted in coverage of breaking news events including the 2024 presidential cycle, 2022 midterm elections, Queen Elizabeth II's death, the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.
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