tuna Greek salad wraps

Tuna Greek salad wraps

Tuna Greek salad wraps

Tuna Greek salad wraps – easy fast and tasty, try these for your next lunch or maybe just a snack to keep you on the go! The best thing is they take just 10 minutes to make.

Tuna Greek salad wraps

This is a wrap with a delicious twist.

Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

Safcol Tuna in Springwater delivers both protein and healthy omega 3 fat to keep you feeling fuller for longer. Tuna is also a great source of iron which supports your immune system and is required to transport oxygen to the cells of the body. Iron is also needed to make neurotransmitters in the brain.

When selecting the flatbread wrap, opt for whole-grain which gives your body more fibre, vitamins and minerals like zinc for a strong immune system, B vitamins to allow your body to make energy from the food you eat and magnesium needed for normal nerve and muscle function. Phosphorus and manganese assist with strong bones and copper which is needed for making red blood cells and maintaining nerve cells.

Cucumbers are a good source of fibre for fullness and gut health. Tomatoes have an antioxidant called lycopene which supports the health of your heart and reduces your risk of some cancers. Capsicum adds vitamin C to further support the health of your immune system. Cos lettuce increases the fibre content of the wrap as well as vitamin K which allows your blood to clot normally and plays an important role in creating strong bones. Cos lettuce is also a source of vitamin C and vitamin A which keeps your eyes working at their best and supports your immune system.

Feta is not only delicious but adds protein to the wrap as well as calcium, needed for strong bones and teeth. Calcium also plays an important role in allowing muscles to contract normally.

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