Oyster tuna, also called oysters, is a fish in the Tuna fish. Tuna is rich in DHA, EPA and taurine, can reduce the amount of fat in the blood and promote the regeneration of liver cells. Oyster tuna is often found globally in the open ocean surface water to a depth of 50 m.
Tuna is low in fat and calories but very rich in protein can balance the nutrients needed for the body; both healthy and maintain a slim waist. Prevent atherosclerosis. Eating tuna can reduce blood lipid levels and blood vessels, effectively preventing atherosclerosis. Prevent iron deficiency anemia. Tuna contains a large amount of iron and B12, which can be easily absorbed by the human body.
Regularly eating tuna can supplement iron for the human body and prevent anemia. Activating brain cells and promoting activities in the brain. Tuna is rich in DHA, so eating tuna can promote the regeneration of brain cells, improve memory and prevent dementia.