It’s been all over the web and twitter today but I just wanted to make sure anyone reporting on health and nutrition who’s checking in has seen the latest. A Harvard University Study just published in the New England Journal of Medicine adds to the overwhelming library of current, independent, peer reviewed science that says, mercury exposure from eating fish doesn't raise your risk of heart disease.
Recently Stuart Elliot wrote about the new Tuna The Wondefish campaign in the New York Times, Time to Eat Tuna? ‘Wonder’ No More
This and other articles have raised a few questions about tuna. Here we’ll answer some of the most common queries:
1. Canned tuna is a healthy, affordable and nutritious food packed with Omega-3 fatty acids that millions of Americans rely on as part of their diet.