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I love Tuna. I used to make Tuna Sandwiches all the time. I would start by toasting two slices of Sourdough Bread. Then I would make the Tuna Salad – combining a can of tuna, mayonnaise, dill, chopped dill pickles, and chopped celery. Once the bread was done toasting, I would butter it. On top of the buttered bread, I would dollop my tuna salad. I would sometimes add a slice of swiss or cheddar cheese. Oh man, I’m craving a tuna sandwich right now – lol!
I was recently introduced to a site where I learned more about the health benefits of eating seafood, especially tuna. However, there are many out there that stop eating seafood all together during pregnancy due to misrepresented ideas. It is true that pregnant women should avoid fish that is high in mercury, such as shark, swordfish, tilefish, and mackerel. However, it has been discovered that pregnant women who skip seafood during pregnancy are more prone to suffering from depression. There are some seafood items that pregnant can and should eat for their benefit, as well as the benefit of the baby.
Be sure to visit the healthy tuna site where you can learn more about the ways seafood and tuna can benefit you. For instance, I had no idea that eating fish could help me to fight heart disease, that is great for a sharper mind, and that it’s beneficial to the development of babies’ brains. Be sure to check out the site today!
I’m a huge tuna fan also 🙂
ugg I do not like Tuna at all, but my husband loves it…
Yum I like tuna too..
Huge fan of Tuna and now reading this made me want to run to the pantry to open a can.
OK, thanks for making me crave a tuna sandwich at 1:55AM… Your recipe sounds really good!
I ate tuna when I was pregnant with my boys because 20 years ago, there were no studies regarding mercury. I like to think my boys came out OK and they are both pretty smart. I think people can take things to the extreme on both sides!
Thanks for a great post.