Your omega 3 intake should be determined by your omega 6 tissue concentration. If you have more omega 6 in your tissues you should be taking in more omega 3 than 6. Most people really can't get enough omega 3 in the first few months of beginning to take it. You definitely don't want more omega 3 than 6 but if you're taking in a lot of omega 6 that probably won't be possible. Ideally we want to just consume less omega 6 so we don't have to balance it with omega 3 but that's not always possible
As Cillakat explained, cod liver oil is really more for vitamin A and D and it's easy to overdo it. I think that a bit of cod liver oil is potentially a good thing under certain conditions but if you're eating all of those eggs I don't see it being necessary.
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