The quality and toxicity of tuna varies widely throughout the world – which is why it's on the FDA's mercury-warning list. But it's all about the catching method. The healthiest tuna you'll find is troll- or pole-caught yellowfin. They're usually caught younger and thus have lower mercury levels.
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