why dont people eat shellfish for protien?

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    why dont people eat shellfish for protien?


    I always wondered this. I eat shrimp twice week. It it cuz of the cholesterol? I just get sick of chicken

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    Cost prohibitive and location. Also, shellfish have been indicated as a cause for rises in uric acid levels which can lead to gout. So, individuals with joint problems may want to stay away.
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    Location? Yes, they are pricey. The protien content is easily disgestible like in chicken, corrrect? Or else I am gonna stop eating them.
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    Yes, the protein is fine. However, if I did not live near a large body of water, I would never eat shellfish.
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    It's just a cost factor for me. I love shellfish but for a full meal it gets very pricey.
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    I'd say cost. Shellfish is pricey and to buy large amounts like most of us do already the bill would be astronomical.
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