Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil

Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil Duopack

Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil Duopack

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil Duopack

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil Duopack

Tuna Fillets in Brine

Tuna Fillets in Brine

Tuna Flakes in Brine

Tuna Flakes in Brine

Tuna Flakes in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Flakes in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Pate Classic

Tuna Pate Classic

Tuna Pate Paprika

Tuna Pate Paprika

Tuna Pate Olive

Tuna Pate Olive

Tuna Fillets in Brine

Tuna Fillets in Brine

Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Fillets in Sunflower Oil

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil

Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil

Health

In recent years Omega 3 fatty acids have also gained great popularity in Bulgaria. More than 3,000 studies study and prove their beneficial effects on our health, but we still learn more curious facts about them. Omega 3 is called essential fatty acids because the human body needs them but can not produce them. Valuable Omega 3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) are contained only in fish oil and breast milk. Although they are kind of fat, Omega 3 does not fill up. On the contrary, many dieticians recommend taking Omega 3 fatty acids under the diet to reduce weight, because they help reduce the amount of saturated, harmful fat. The action of Omega 3 in combination with antioxidants such as selenium and coenzyme Q10 is a lot more powerful. The Omega 3 fatty media gives Coenzyme the ability to unleash its full potential and to charge the cells and the whole body with energy. Selenium, on the other hand, accelerates the effect and strength of Omega 3 to clear the body from plaques and bad fats. Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble antioxidant and its action is even more potent when absorbed into the fatty medium created by omega-3.
It is important that Omega 3 is fish oil, because in this case the valuable fatty acids are obtained in the body, while Omega 3 of vegetable origin such as linseed oil, for example, requires a long process of processing and efficiency is minimal in many cases. High cholesterol in about 25-30% of Bulgarians is due to incomplete diet and poor Omega 3 diet – inadequate consumption of fish and seafood, vegetables and fruits, irregular meals, use of poor fat and especially margarine. Extremely saturated fatty acids are consumed as well as trans fats, which are a factor in raising bad cholesterol. Transsaturated acids produced industrially in all fried foods, chips, wherever “hydrogenated” or “partially hydrogenated oils” – salt, biscuits, candy, cakes are noted. Omega 3 helps with depression and chronic fatigue. New research has shown that Omega 3 plays an important role in the formation of gray matter in the brain, especially in the areas responsible for emotions. It has been proven that people consuming Omega 3 enjoy both good memory and concentration and good tone and mood. This turns Omega 3 into a suitable tool in chronic fatigue states. Taking Omega 3 is also recommended for women after birth to reduce the risk of post-natal depression.

Resilience of the environment

Yellowfin tuna occurs in all oceans and has a high level of migration. There are even some passages migrating from one ocean to another. Unlike other species of tuna breeding and growing slower and therefore on the list of protected species, yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is not a threat of extinction. Thanks to the efforts of international organizations and the governments of the countries with the largest industrial catches of this type of fish, which issue quotas and watch for illegal practices harmful not only to this and other marine species, it can be guaranteed the future of the wild stock Of tuna in the world ocean.