Dear Tuna is Evil,
Despite popular belief, tuna can be very high in fat and calories. That's due to the oily condiments it's often mixed with. At Subway the 6" Tuna Salad sub packs in a whopping 430 calories and 19g of fat! That's more than either the 6" Cheesesteak sub (360 cal., 10g fat) or the 6" roast beef sub (290 cal., 5g fat). So the good news is you're right (Hope you won something good)! The bad news is that tuna, which has always been considered a "diet food," can contain shockingly high amounts of fat & calories. Quick Tip: To avoid tuna salad with mystery ingredients, prepare it at home, where you can carefully monitor what's in it. And try using Dijonnaise instead of light mayo - it's totally creamy, fat free and has just 5 calories per serving!