First of all, tuna is a healthy, low calorie, high protein food that promotes weight loss. Not only does it have high protein, it also has other good nutrients topromote overall health like vitamin B-12, which is essential for supporting an active lifestyle; phosphorus, which is a mineral found in your cell membranes and DNA; selenium, an antioxidant mineral that protects your tissues from damage; and omega-3 fatty acids, which helps boost heart health and support brain function.
Health lesson aside. Here’s how you make it.
- Sear the tuna with olive oil.
- Mix together spring mix, cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives, and tuna.
- Toss in EVOO and red wine vinegar.
- Add fresh shaved parmesan on top!
Simple ingredients. And oh-so-delicious!