Our tuna fish comes from the Bay of Biscay. Fishermen still use the traditional ways. This practice allows the sustainability of the seas and coasts. They treat their caughts as gold.
No doubt about it, tuna is a super food. Not only is a great source of lean protein and packed to the gills with nutrients like vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium and iron, but also taste great and can be made into dozens of dishes.
What has nutritionists and scientists really excited about tuna is the high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids they contain. Omega-3s have lately been associated with all kinds of health benefits from warding off depression and cognitive decline to reducing inflammation and the risk of heart disease.