bioavalibilty of protein in Canned tuna

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    bioavalibilty of protein in Canned tuna


    Does the processing involved in canned tuna take away from the bioavailbility of the protein? May sound like a dumb ? but just curious. Also is it as good a protein source as grilled chicken?

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    I'm pretty sure it's fine. Even if it is processed it's minimal. I mean a hotdog is about as processed as it gets and it has protein. Not that I'd ever eat a hot dog after seeing how they are made on Discovery Channel...
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    ... eh, gross! There's a show called "how it's made" or something like that, probably the show you mentioned planetfuzz. Anyway, they had a segment on how hot dogs are made - way too gross, probably never eating a hotdog ever again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverSurfer View Post
    ... eh, gross! There's a show called "how it's made" or something like that, probably the show you mentioned planetfuzz. Anyway, they had a segment on how hot dogs are made - way too gross, probably never eating a hotdog ever again.
    Yeah. That was it. VERY disturbing.
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    the processing of the tuna may not take away from the bv...but it takes a lot of heat to seal those cans and that will definately denature the protein...therefore lowering the b.v.
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    Quote Originally Posted by planetfuzz View Post
    Yeah. That was it. VERY disturbing.
    It wasn't as bad as I had thought. I was actually happier, because I thought it was a lot dirtier than that.
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    Transdermal is more efficient.
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    suppository is even more efficient.
  

  
 

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