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    Tuna in sunflower oil??

    Hey guys, i'm pretty sure i read somewhere that tuna in sunflower oil is pretty good for you, full of good fats, so ive started eating it as a snack...just one tin a day mid morning or mid afternoon. Is it as good as i think or have i got the wrong end of the stick somewhere
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    Originally Posted by Coggy View Post
    Hey guys, i'm pretty sure i read somewhere that tuna in sunflower oil is pretty good for you, full of good fats, so ive started eating it as a snack...just one tin a day mid morning or mid afternoon. Is it as good as i think or have i got the wrong end of the stick somewhere
    Tuna in water is the best

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    Originally Posted by SUPER_MANLET View Post
    Tuna in water is the best

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    Agree. I still pick tuna in sunflower oil 9 times out of 10, for the simple reason it tastes 50 times better.
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    ok cool, so it is still really good for you...just not as good as tuna in water right?
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    Originally Posted by Coggy View Post
    ok cool, so it is still really good for you...just not as good as tuna in water right?
    I don't see why it should be bad. It's just some extra calories.
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    Originally Posted by lerider View Post
    I don't see why it should be bad. It's just some extra calories.

    You eat Swedish fish brah?
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