Nutritional Benefits of Tuna

A Japanese who is said to eat tuna in the world. It is one of the familiar fish to our table even after the tuna sauce sushi appeared in the Edo period.

Tuna is "fresh tuna" which freshly captured things circulate as raw. Normally, the frozen thing will drain out nutrients along with the drip at the time of thawing, but if you are tuna of Nago, that point is not too worried.

Enjoy delicious, nutritious, rich tuna!

Lean tuna meat has…

plenty of protein!! Tuna contains high quality protein and prevents fatty liver disease. In addition, it contains selenium, which slows down aging while preventing fat from oxidizing.

Dark red tuna meat has…

taurine, which is known for strengthening the liver and as a powerful catalyst metabolizing cholesterol. Vitamin E improves blood flow, produces beautiful skin, and eases aches in the shoulders and back. Dark red tuna meat is also abundant in iron, which helps prevent anemia.

Toro (fatty tuna meat) has…

more EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid)—which prevents arteriosclerosis—DHA, and Vitamins A, E, & D than dark read meat. EPA prevents blood platelets from coagulating, dissolves blood clots, and reduces neutral fats in the blood. Because it promotes blood flow, it’s effective for preventing cerebral thrombosis and cerebral infarction as well as improving hypertension. You need to be careful not to consume a lot of toro (fatty) because it’s high in fats and has triple the energy as dark red tuna meat.


Omega series fatty acids such as DHA and EPA are said to balance female hormones.

It seems to be effective for rough skin etc.