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Tuna is very
tasty fish and the most common health benefits that is attributed to tuna fish
is its significant impact on heart health which popular in domestic and international
markets. Tuna fish has very high levels of omega 3 fatty acids. Their delicious
taste, global availability, and healthy components make it an ideal replacement
for red meat or for those who like to add some healthy variety to their diet
Tuna is one of healthiest fish
available in markets. The benefits include; Aids in weight loss, Helps to
strengthen cell membranes, Boosts immune system and energy levels, Protects
skin and kidneys against infections, Reduces risk of breast, colon and kidney
cancer, Helps to reduce risk of developing depression in women, Promotes growth
and development of muscles and bones, Help to reduce blood circulation and
metabolism, Helps to prevent inflammatory diseases such as arthritis.
The reason for the many health
benefits of tuna fish that are the impressive content of vitamins, minerals,
nutrients, and other organic compounds found in this delicious fish. These
include antioxidants and protein, without much saturated fat or sodium. Tuna
also has impressive levels of selenium, and good amounts of phosphorous, iron,
magnesium, and potassium. In terms of vitamins, there is a wealth of vitamin
B12 and niacin, as well as a good amount of vitamin B6 and riboflavin. Tuna
fish has very high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which help to reduce omega-6
fatty acids and cholesterol in the arteries and blood vessels.
Tuna can eat in wide variety of
ways, it can it in the form of canned, grilled, Baked, Fried etc. In Kerala, it
is eaten in the form of curry, deep fry and pickled form. The meat of the tuna
can be substituted the beef because of its colour and texture. Tuna is a fleshy
fish with only central bone (no pin bones in muscles).