You need to confirm that you like this page! Do it now!!! -- HG
MON
TUES
10.12.04
WED
THURS
FRI

Bumble Bee Premium Albacore Tuna in Water

Go Fish

Canned tuna may soon be passe.  Tuna in a pouch is where it's at.  Just rip open the bag and voila -- flaky white tuna, right there for your lunching pleasure.  Keep this stuff in the pantry, or in your desk at work.  It's a protein-packed party waiting patiently for you in a pouch.  Solid white albacore tuna in spring water is the perfect food.  It's low in calories and fat, and high in nutrition.  Toss some into a chopped salad, mix with dijonnaise for a lowfat tuna salad or,  if you're a rebel, eat it straight out of the bag.  Tuna in a pouch is making tuna hip again.

Nutritional Info:

Serving Size: 2 oz.
Calories: 60
Fat: 1g
Carbs: 0g
Protein: 13g
Fiber: 0g

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Oil

Fish Outta Water...

We're gonna tell it like it is.  No one should eat chunk light tuna.  The best tuna is  solid white albacore.  No exceptions. Wait 'til it goes on sale if you have to -- but it's the only way to go.  And never EVER buy tuna packed in oil.  It adds a bunch of fat and calories for no good reason.  Chunk light tuna in oil is a double no-no.  It's barely acceptable for your cat, so this stuff is definitely not appropriate human fare.  And by the way, canned tuna is so last millennium.  You know it's true.

Nutritional Info:

Serving Size: 2 oz.
Calories: 110
Fat: 6g
Carbs: 0g
Protein: 13g
Fiber: 0g


CHEW ON THIS:
Tuna is healthy, affordable "brain food" for people of all ages.

Missed any past Hungry Girl emails? all of our past emails are archived at hungry-girl.com. Check it out!

Send To A Friend

Did a friend send you this? SIGN UP NOW & get your very own DAILY Tips & Tricks!

NewsHG GlossaryTop AteGirls Bite Out!Weigh In!Ask Hungry GirlJust Chew It!HGHomePrivacy PolicyWhack-A-SnackUnsubscribeContact UsTerms & Conditions