Ahi Tuna

As an alternative to chicken and beef, guests should consider ahi tuna. A 6 oz serving of ahi tuna has more than 41 grams of protein per serving. Other rich vitamins and minerals can also be found in this seafood dish!

It has been found helpful in:

Rich in protein along with other vitamins and minerals,
Vitamin D and B12 are also readily available and very useful in cell and enzyme function.
Selenium, magnesium and phosphorus are minerals found in this nutrient dense fish.
Featured meal: tuna poke
Ahi tuna has a slightly higher than other tuna mercury count and therefore should not be eaten more than 1 time per week. Want some ahi tuna at CoreLife Eater? Don’t miss out tuna poke bowl, featuring poke ­ahi tuna, cabbage, cucumber, quinoa, carrots, scallions, avocado, kale, almonds, sesame seeds, edamame, and topped with miso sesame ginger dressing. Mmm.