Top 10 Healthiest Canned Seafoods

It is a common myth that canned fish and other seafood aren’t as nutritious as the fresh variety. Depending on what it is preserved in, canned seafood is equally as rich in nutrients as its fresh counterparts. It’s also cheaper and lasts longer. Expand your palate and give one of these canned seafood products a try, your body may thank you later.

1. Mackerel

Linked to lower blood pressure among males, mackerel is rich in protein and doesn’t contain nearly as many calories as chicken or beef. It is also high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, more so than just about any other common fish. Its low risk of overfishing and minimal mercury levels make it an ideal healthy food.

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2. Sardines in Olive Oil

Many nutrients people often don’t get in their diets can be found in sardines. These tiny fish are a huge source of many essential vitamins and can be even healthier when canned in olive oil. Olive oil contains similar nutrients to sardines, such as omega-3 fatty acids, making it an ideal canning solution. Olive oil is also known to be a natural anti-inflammatory and can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.

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3. Sardines in Soya Oil

Eating sardines has been shown to improve your cognitive function and consuming soya oil can reduce your risk of cognitive disorders. By eating sardines canned in soya oil, you can give your brain and immune system a boost which can help them perform at their best. There are different types of soya oil with different nutritional qualities. It is best to purchase a product like this from a reputable company that is known to be a leader in the canned fish industry like LaRuche.

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4. Sardines in Vegetable Oil

When you want to boost your metabolism, eat sardines. They are primarily made up of nutrients the body needs and is eager to process. Vegetable oil is also one of the easiest oils to digest. Ingesting processed foods can slow down your metabolism. You can help to counteract this by eating sardines canned in vegetable oil.

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5. Sardines in Water

Being aware of your calorie intake is important to maintaining a healthy body weight. Sardines are not only high in nutrients but also low in calories. If you’re looking to incorporate more sardines into your diet while adding the least amount of calories, sardines canned in water are a great choice. These sardines will allow you to take advantage of the metabolism boost provided by the sardines without requiring your body to digest any added calories.

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6. Light Tuna in Soya Oil

There is an incredible number of benefits to eating tuna, including lower blood pressure and decreased risk of heart disease. If you are concerned about eating tuna because of dolphin conservation, purchase canned tuna from LaRuche, a company known for its high standards of ethics and safety. When canned in soya oil, you can reap even more health benefits from eating tuna.

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7. Light Tuna in Water

While tuna has many benefits, it can also contain higher levels of mercury if you purchase lower quality fish. To make sure you’re getting quality tuna, buy it from a company that fishes in the right places and uses the best canning methods. European seafood products like those offered by LaRuche are known for their quality and approved by multiple health and safety institutions. Choosing tuna canned in water is an excellent way to ensure none of the natural oils in the fish end up in the sink when you drain the tuna.

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8. Tuna Salad With Black Eyed Peas

Tuna salad is a delicious way to include tuna in your diet. It is also an excellent way to incorporate other healthy foods you may not want to eat by themselves, such as black-eyed peas. Black-eyed peas are a great source of vitamin A, which supports healthy skin and eyes. They can also help prevent anemia and improve your digestion. Plus they make a delicious combo!

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9. Tuna Salad With White Beans

Full of antioxidants and fiber, white beans are another ideal ingredient to add to your tuna salad. Canned beans have almost the same nutritional content as dried beans, so you’ll get all the benefits of both the tuna and the beans in one low-calorie meal.

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10. Tuna Salad With Red Beans and Sweet Corn

When you’re looking for a tuna salad option that can be eaten as a delicious snack, try tuna salad with red beans and corn. Easy to spread on crackers or celery, the sweet corn combines with the salty flavor of the tuna for a flavorful, healthy way to curb your appetite between meals. With all the ways your body can profit from eating tuna and beans, it’s worth trying.

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As you look to incorporate healthy canned seafood into your diet, it is crucial to buy quality products from an industry-leading company. The European seafood products from LaRuche meet the highest standards for quality, safety, and health in addition to tasting delicious. Shop canned tuna fish from LaRuche today and taste the difference for yourself.