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Which is healthier tuna in brine or oil?

Asked: Nedelcea Ștefan, Last Updated:

From a macronutrient point of view, there isn't a great deal of difference in the amount of protein or fats when comparing canned tuna in brine to fresh tuna. Fresh tuna is naturally higher in protein and also has a few more calories.

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