Re: Tuna: Too Much?
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- Subject: Re: Tuna: Too Much?
- From: "Roy Schestowitz" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 12:06:27 +0100
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My uncle said that seafood is running out and I presume he was right. He
implicitly suggested I eat fish as long it is available on the market (for a
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>From: "Harvey Tobkes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Roy Schestowitz" <Roy.Schestowitz@stud.man.ac.uk>
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 12:04 AM
Subject: RE: Tuna: Too Much?
> I love Tuna and have sampled the best Tuna Salad mix in all the Jewish
> Delicatessens in this area, but I haven't had Tuna in 5 years. Why?
> If they have nutrition labels on food in the UK check out a can of Tuna. A
> meager 2-ounce serving of Tuna packed in water has 25 mg of cholesterol
> 250 mg of sodium. Now for a healthy person the recommended guide lines for
> heart healthy diet is 100 to 300 mg of cholesterol per day. I strive for
> zero intake of cholesterol. So, you can see that 6 ounces of Tuna (average
> portion in a can) has 75 mg of cholesterol.
> However, on the positive side, the total fat is only 1% and the saturated
> fat is 0 so that part is good. All this is without any additives like
> mayonnaise or oil