Getting Omega 3's In Your Diet Without Being All Fishy
Happy Fish thanks you for looking at other food sources.
As you may have heard me mention in other posts, most people's diets are severely skewed in their Omega 6/Omega 3 ratio. While a very low ratio (at least 4:1) of Omega 6:Omega 3 is recommended for optimal health, most Westernized adults get closer to 15:1-16.7:1 in their diets. The ratio of 4:1 correlates to a 70% drop in mortality, while a ratio of 2.5:1 lowered rectal cancer proliferation. It's understandable that we get so many omega 6's-- they're in pretty much everything the standard American diet yields, from nuts and seeds to meat and processed foods. So where, then, does one get one's Omega 3's?
Find out here.
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