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3 Day Tuna (again)

Pretty sure Dylan debunked the whole mercury thing in the previous thread on AR. Most tuna comes well within the acceptable guidelines even if you eat six cans of it a day. It's only three days.

And in the meantime I'll keep pinning hormones dissolved oil and taking toxic methylated orals roflmao

LOLLL... albacore is more so the one that gives the mercury issue... of course its present but nothing of huge concern unless you have abnormal amounts a day for an extended period of time... i literally have one can every day.. i have for quite some time... i honestly look forward to it... i add a half serving of peas and corn, 1/2 serving of veganese and its damn good... or i used to make tuna lettuce wraps... i take two huge pieces of romaine, add my tuna with veganese and a splash of organic ketchup and mustard, add sauteed mushrooms and zuchini, heat the wraps after filled for 10 seconds so they seal and boom! you have yourself tuna lettuce wraps that are so good!
 
So halfway through day 1. Seems okay so far. I'm actually REALLY full. I've gone for 5 servings x 200g drained tuna, I've had three servings and each serving is VERY filling. No cravings for anything else because I'm so full lol. Only day 1 though.

As a note to Aussies in case you are reading, the Sirena tuna I mentioned - the medium size cans (185g) seem to have the good salt content (1620mg per 100g). For some reason the larger cans (425g) have MUCH more salt in them (3650mg per 100g). I'm not exactly sure why this would be but there seems to be different tuna listed in the ingredients so that may be the reason. I intend on emailng Sirena and asking because their website doesn't differentiate the salt content on the two sizes. So when I bought the big cans on sale I got home and noticed the salt content. Very annoyed. Also annoyed that the smaller cans have 20g less tuna in them than they're supposed to.

Gonna end up being one of those old fogeys that writes complaint letters in his spare time lol.
 
So halfway through day 1. Seems okay so far. I'm actually REALLY full. I've gone for 5 servings x 200g drained tuna, I've had three servings and each serving is VERY filling. No cravings for anything else because I'm so full lol. Only day 1 though.

As a note to Aussies in case you are reading, the Sirena tuna I mentioned - the medium size cans (185g) seem to have the good salt content (1620mg per 100g). For some reason the larger cans (425g) have MUCH more salt in them (3650mg per 100g). I'm not exactly sure why this would be but there seems to be different tuna listed in the ingredients so that may be the reason. I intend on emailng Sirena and asking because their website doesn't differentiate the salt content on the two sizes. So when I bought the big cans on sale I got home and noticed the salt content. Very annoyed. Also annoyed that the smaller cans have 20g less tuna in them than they're supposed to.

Gonna end up being one of those old fogeys that writes complaint letters in his spare time lol.

Good work!
 
LOLLL... albacore is more so the one that gives the mercury issue... of course its present but nothing of huge concern unless you have abnormal amounts a day for an extended period of time... i literally have one can every day.. i have for quite some time... i honestly look forward to it... i add a half serving of peas and corn, 1/2 serving of veganese and its damn good... or i used to make tuna lettuce wraps... i take two huge pieces of romaine, add my tuna with veganese and a splash of organic ketchup and mustard, add sauteed mushrooms and zuchini, heat the wraps after filled for 10 seconds so they seal and boom! you have yourself tuna lettuce wraps that are so good!

lol, i was just about to ask you what happened to the tuna/lettuce wraps..
 
Ok...so this 3 day tuna diet, is tuna and water basically all you have for 3 days? I'm assuming you could can eat regular fresh tuna instead of canned? Would salmon work too, or is it more fat content or something...not a huge canned tuna fan :)
 
Ok...so this 3 day tuna diet, is tuna and water basically all you have for 3 days? I'm assuming you could can eat regular fresh tuna instead of canned? Would salmon work too, or is it more fat content or something...not a huge canned tuna fan :)

The whole idea is too keep your proteins high while having essentially no fat or carbs. It was used by Draper to jump start himself into ketogenic diet. It's also thought to help break bad habits. I think 3 days is too short to be breaking any habits but it will definitely test your resolve.
 
i seen the pictures, they looked bomb.

oh brother, they most certainly are... i have the technique dialed in to make them exquisite... those are some i could easily sell if i had the time... if your ever in my area i'll definitely hook some up...
 
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