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Which is better tuna in brine or oil?

Asked: Sam AMCUSTOMTACKLE, Last Updated:

Brine, essentially salted water, is a far better choice than sunflower oil. That said, it does have a high sodium content which in turn is bad for your heart. Salt also works against you if you're trying to lose weight in that it prompts the body to retain water.

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