Is Tuna a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids?

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  1. kingfaz

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    I always thought it was, but my can of tuna has no mention of omega-3 on it whatsoever :wtc:
     
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    Not really. Tuna is very lean.

    Eat Salmon if you want hella omega-3.
     
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    AFAIK, normal tuna is not; albacore tuna is a decent source but then there's the whole mercury issue.

    I just eat normal tuna when I want it and take fish oil caps.
     
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    Zika My avatar is still NOT me

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    nothing more than around 0.1-0.5g
     
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    Werdna Livin' the SLO Life...

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    not really, tuna is pure protein...fish is still good for you, it has a bit in it there :dunno:

    eat it anyway :bigthumb:
     
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    its high in dolphin
     
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    salmon is where its at
     
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