I am curious what your thoughts are on high doses of fish oil to help counterbalance O6 intake.
I have seen recommendations as high as .5g per 10 pounds of body weight per day. This would mean that a 200lb person would take 10g of O3 via fish oil per day. This is 10g of EPA/DHA buy the way, not just the capsule weight. This seems like an enormous dose of fish oil.
I know that Dr. Kurt Harris over at PaNu takes no fish oil.
Petro Dobromylskyj at Hyperlipid seems to have concerns about large doses of fish oil. I think he recommends 5ml per day.
So what are your thoughts on taking large doses of fish oil to attempt to bring your O3 to O6 ratios in line?