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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Tuna Sandwich

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Today, my husband made a quick and easy meal using a healthy tuna recipe. If you open your pantry, I bet you have a tuna so; make use of it now. Make a healthy meal for your family by this recipe which you can prepare for less than 10 minutes. You need chopped onions, chopped fresh garlic, mayonnaise and salt to taste. Mix all ingredients together and set aside. Make a toast and spread the tuna to the toasted bread and sliced it diagonally for presentation. This is how I want my tuna sandwich and it taste very delicious.

Tuna can help fight heart disease which is one of America's number one killer diseases. For pregnant women, eating tuna regularly can help boost baby's brain and this study is scientifically proven. Fish intake of mothers during pregnancy helps the early child development of the baby in their womb. Seafood's can help sharpen an aging mind too. According to the study, total intake of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids was associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer disease. With all these scientific studies, make tuna as part of your healthy meal preparation for your family.
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