It’s a fast-paced world we’re living in and so, more often than not, we tend to sacrifice our time and health to make way for deadlines and deliverables.
The 2017 Jean Hailes for Women’s Health Survey of more than 10,000 Australian women from ages 18 to 89 revealed that women are too tired to engage in physical activities. It is also hard for them to find time for exercise although they want to lose weight, improve diet, get better sleep, practice work-life balance, exercise more, and go to regular health check-ups to improve their health.
The respondents also said that issues such as mental health, obesity, stress management and weight control, among others, are important to them.
Given the “super busy” culture we are in, we also tend to forego making home-cooked meals or even skipping meals altogether.
It’s a bad habit and one that we hope to help correct with several variants of tuna-in-can products for your choosing.
We listed down five benefits of eating canned tuna for your reading pleasure:
All about convenience
Busy with too many deadlines to beat and yet the traffic problem is making your headache? Or… too tired to make that pack lunch or whip up a decent dinner at home? A can of Christa Tuna may just do the job for you. Our Tuna in Kampoeng Fried Rice Sauce is a time-saving miracle food and it can literally save the day! Open a can of this tuna variant and mix it with steamed rice and you are off to a tasty mid-day (or could be end-day) treat. We also made variants that are reminiscent of home-cooked meals with Asian flavors, making it convenient for you to relive your childhood moments of eating food lovingly prepared by your mother. In Christa Tuna, we are not just packaging fish, we made sure that the canned tuna you eat reminds you of good times and good food.
High-protein, low-calorie food
News about tuna containing high mercury content have circulated online and offline for years now. The key here is to understand what kind of tuna is in your can. The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), with offices in the US and China, notes that there are two main kinds of canned tuna: chunk light and solid or chunk white (albacore). EDF says all canned white tuna is albacore. Its mercury levels are almost three times higher than the smaller skipjack tuna, used in most canned light tuna products. Christa Tuna has a Tongol tuna variant which is a smaller fish compared to albacore and blue fin, which means that it has negligible levels of mercury.
Despite the bad rap it has been getting, it cannot be denied that tuna is a high-protein, low-calorie food that is perfect for those who are trying to lose weight coupled with a healthier diet.
Versatile food choice
A can of Christa Tuna Chunk in Vegetable Oil or our Tongol tuna variant can be mixed with other ingredients to make extraordinary dishes. Canned tuna is a versatile food ingredient that can be transformed into delicious meals. Pizza, pasta, sushi, salad, dips, sandwich fillings… name it, your canned tuna can do it. It can be easily prepared too, in just a matter of minutes, and can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, dinner or mid-day snack. Take your happy pick! Check out the recipes we created for you to enjoy for every can of Christa Tuna for delightful meals with yourself or shared with your family and friends!
Whenever and however you want to consume canned tuna, we can all agree that it can be a tasty treat for busy people who are out to fill their stomachs with delicious and satisfying meals. Christa Tuna’s variants of Asian flavors are proofs of how tuna can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. The Tuna in Kampoeng Fried Rice Sauce variant makes for quintessential, easy-to-prepare meal for busy individuals that is still packed with the goodness of Asian flavors. Your favorite nasi goreng (fried rice) can be made in 5 minutes using this sauce. Both our Tuna in Padang Sauce Green Chili and Tuna in Spicy Bali Sauce provide consumers with the richness and comfort of Asian cuisine. Visit our Facebook page for recipes that are so easy to prepare.
Convenient, healthy, versatile and tasty… we’ve already described canned tuna using these four adjectives. The fifth one? Affordable! Enjoying a can of Christa Tuna — with fish harvested in Indonesian water and packaged with Japanese quality — will not cost you an arm and a leg. Your meals need not be expensive for it to be a tasty. Fancy a tuna crepe? You can make one using our Tongol tuna variant. Make it with béchamel, the medium-thick, white sauce considered as one of French cuisine’s mother sauces!
Thus, if you are looking for a brand of canned tuna to try out, look no further! Check Christa Tuna out at https://www.christatuna.com/