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Slice of raw meat
Close-up of a cut of tuna meat, showing white rings of fatty tissue. Like other fish, tuna is high in omega-3 fatty acids (or n–3 fatty acids) which are essential for metabolism and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. However, fish, like humans, do not synthesize omega-3 fatty acids themselves, but rather obtain them from the algae or plankton they consume.
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