Canned tuna is healthy, packed with protein, low in calories and cheap. What’s not to love?
There’s one problem: Tuna is sometimes contaminated with mercury, a poison that interferes with the brain and nervous system.
It looks like there might be a solution to the problem: Safe Catch, a canned tuna company, is introducing the first canned tuna where every fish is tested for mercury.
It also has five times the Omega 3s of other tuna brands. One 2-ounce serving of Safe Catch tuna has 60 calories, a mere 0.5 grams of fat, no saturated or trans fat, 20 mg of cholesterol, 14 grams of protein, 300 mg of potassium, 50% of the daily value of niacin, 30% of vitamin B6, 20% of vitamin B12 and 40% of selenium.
To learn more about Safe Catch or purchase it, visit www.safecatch.com.