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    dooey5252 is offline New Member
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    Question sodium in tuna

    this is going to sound stupid but i was wondering about the sodium contents in tuna. when you open the tuna and then drain the water out does that in fact get rid of some of the sodium because the average can of tuna has roughly 700 mg of sodium. so i was wondering if any body knew an effictive way to deplete some of the sodium because i hold water like noones business and am real sensative to sodium but love tuna ....any tips...thanks dooey

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    Buy the one in springwater not brine,this will help

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    I always put water packed tuna in a strainer and run hot water through it then dump i nthe blender with cold water for a 10second of chugging protein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unoid
    I always put water packed tuna in a strainer and run hot water through it then dump i nthe blender with cold water for a 10second of chugging protein
    I am going to try that.
    Why cant flounder have more protein in it

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    I used to rinse mine out with tap water, it helped other then that i would not worry about it too much while dieting, cut it out 1-2 weeks out and you'll be fine...XXL
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    thanks guys that helps i thought i doomed with tuna but thanks again.....dooey

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