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Is yellowfin tuna good for you?

Asked: Ridge Schabo, Last Updated:

Skipjack and canned light tuna, which are relatively low in mercury, can be eaten as part of a healthy diet. However, albacore, yellowfin and bigeye tuna are high in mercury and should be limited or avoided.

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