Spotlight Recipe: Grilled Tuna with Black Sesame Seeds

These 259-calorie tuna steaks are packed with heart-healthy omega-3 fats and several energy-boosting B-vitamins.
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Grilled Tuna with Black Sesame Seeds

You've grilled chicken, burgers and even veggie kabobs this summer, but haven't gotten around to fish, right? Well, get in these heart-healthy tuna steaks before the season wraps up.  Each 259-calorie piece is packed with omega-3 fats and several energy-boosting B-vitamins. Pair the tuna with fresh greens or a grain salad, and you've got a light meal perfect for a hot day.

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