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    Polyunsaturated fats in beef

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    Is it really a 6:1 O6:O3 ratio? Where did mark get that from? According to fitday.com a 16oz beef steak with fat and lean as only 2.5grams of PUFA. I am confused.

    http://www.fitday.com/fitness/FoodVi...dds2-f21101010

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    If it's 2.5g of PUFA, then roughly 2.14g is O6 & .36g is O3, giving you the 6:1. The total amount doesn't change the ratio.

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    Top it with an anchovy sauce and the ratio will be perfect
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    I buy only conventional beef, mostly chuck when it's on sale, which has a ratio of 2:1 ...

    Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Beef, chuck, arm pot roast, separable lean and fat, trimmed to 1/8" fat, choice, raw [URMIS #1864]

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