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hello, do you have any preference between the different kind of canned tuna? is it better to use canned tuna with oil or the natural one with water? thank you i would also appreciate to know why.. and of course, if it is applied also to other type of fish such mackerel or salmon
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I heard that eating it once or twice a week is OK, but I would eat it less. It is a good thing to have around when you need a protein fix & there is no other protein around.
I preferred it with oil, but since soybean oil is an avoid for me, it is a good thing that most tuna is water-packed.
So, I would assume that type As could have the oil one. Yes, there are more calories, but I consider the nutrition more than the calories. Low calorie foods make me hungry sooner & probably more likely to binge, so I'll take a little fat as I go along.....
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