No, the amount of omega's in beef is pretty insignificant (net accumulation) in the big picture. Plus, I've seen better omega balance in grain fed bison than grass fed, so it isn't that cut and dry.
Your cherry picking nutritional data or CW that funnels a philosophy that inhibits rational thought. AA (arachidonic acid) is an omega 6, and primal conventional wisdom dictates that AA (arachidonic acid) is bad, which is what your worried about, and because egg has AA, you've come to question whether eggs are a food that you should consider eating.
Arachidonic acid is vital for the repair of skeletal muscle and it is also the body's principal building block for the production of prostaglandins which involve inflammation that is necessary for growth. If your trying to build muscle and reduce body fat then AA is your friend. To vilify AA is not very sensible considering it's an essential fat and vital to the brain as much as DHA as far as life is concerned. Basically, building a platform that renders eggs nutritional "BAD GUYS" is not seeing the big picture. I have to admit I'm seeing some pretty biased, one sided primal CW that is building with alarming frequency. in my opinion of course.
Last edited by Chefgerry; 08-06-2010 at 10:45 PM.
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