Intro: I'm catching up on my Jimmy Moore podcasts and recently listened to episode 308 where Jimmy interviews Dr. Duane Graveline, a former astronaut, who has permanent damage from taking statins. Good interview, recommended.
Point of Discussion: One of the statements the dr. made in this interview was in regard to the importance of O6 fatty acids in the diet (I've heard this mentioned in passing before but never paid it much attention). He threw out a ratio that I can't remember exactly but I'm vaguely recalling he might have advocated for a 30:1 ratio of 6's to 3's (don't quote me on that, it was a high ratio though).
He also stated that the O6's available in today's CFO meats are inferior to quality O6's.
My Questions: Are O6's really beneficial? Can O6 quality be compromised? What are good sources of uncompromised O6's?
Here's the podcast if anyone is interested: http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/s...a-episode-308/