5. Healthy Tuna Salad

Traditional tuna salad can be loaded with mayo, which is super high in calories and saturated fat. This version of tuna salad uses a homemade vinaigrette as a dressing so that your salad is still moist without adding a ton of fat. Scoop this tuna salad over whole grain crackers, dark leafy greens, or even between two slices of whole wheat or sprouted grain bread for a fantastic lunch. Tuna and other seafood are great sources of omega-3s, the kind of fats that keep your skin soft, strengthen your nails, and boost brain health.

Low-Fat Taco Salad
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