Yes. Only 200mg of the 1,100mg is omega 6. The rest is a mix of monounsaturated fat, saturated fat and omega 6. I have pharmaceutical grade fish oil, which has 980mg of omega 6 in a 1.44g capsule. It was the best I could find.
Originally Posted by Tealia
Here's an example. The predominant oil on the market seems to be sardine oil. Here's the nutritional profile of sardine oil:
In one tablespoon:
So eating 13.5g of fat worth of sardine oil, you're getting 3.25g of omega 3. The rest is a mix of all other fats.
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 10-02-2011 at 02:58 PM.
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