~ Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, reaching 300 mg per serving or 28 times more than freshwater fish.
~ Rich in protein, protein content in tuna fish nearly doubled the protein content of the egg which is known as the main protein source.
~ Source of minerals, rich in various minerals essential for the body, such as iodine, which accounted for 28 times than freshwater fish. Iodine plays an important role preventing thyroid disease and improve the intelligence of children.
~ Rich in many vitamins, vitamin content in tuna is very high, reaching 2.183 IU. Consumption of 100 grams of bluefin tuna is sufficient to meet the 43.6 requirement of vitamin A each day. Vitamin A is good for the maintenance of epithelial cells, increase body immunity, growth, vision, and reproduction. Tuna is also a source of vitamin B6 and folic acid.
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