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How to Make Tuna Salad

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No added sugars or unhealthy ingredients in this easy to make tuna salad. Perfect, easy recipe for your Keto, Paleo, or Whole30 diet.

Tuna Salad Ingredients

Benefits of Tuna

Tuna can be eaten raw, cooked, or canned. Tuna has been shown to have many health benefits such as reducing the risk for heart disease and stroke, lowering blood pressure, and improving brain function.

With Your Meal

Consider adding these keto chips (cheese crisps) with this meal.

How much Canned Tuna can I eat?

You may have noticed that there are different opinions about how much tuna you should eat. Some sources state that one can weekly is fine, other sources say that you have to eat three cans of tuna every day for 6 months before there will be any adverse effects. Either way, Tuna doesn’t need to be a staple of your diet. If you’re not eating canned tuna all the time, it’s a great option for an occasional meal.

The concern with too much canned Tuna is the mercury levels. Again: if you’re not eating it ALL THE TIME, you’ll be just fine.

Paleo Tuna Salad

The Best Tuna Salad

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes



  1. Drain excess water from tuna cans.
  2. Add tuna to a medium mixing bowl with mayo, mustard, and Savory Salt. Stir to combine evenly.
  3. Chop the pickles into relish-sized pieces. This is easiest with a mini food processor or hand-operated chopper. Add to your tuna salad and stir to combine.
  4. Serve with Cheese Crisps and extra pickles. Store leftovers in a tightly-sealed glass container in the fridge for up to 1 week.

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