I think olive oil is monounsaturated mostly.
I looked at Mark's definitive guide to oils and it looks to me that healthy O6 fatty acid sources are walnut and avocado oil. Otherwise, I think since most oils and fats are a combo of different types, you can avoid specifically consuming O6 oils and get enough just from other oils and meats. I was trying to figure this out because I think I can get my boyfriend to read Maffetone's book and his page on fats is really confusing. He says you need O6 and O3 fats and lists corn, soy, canola etc as sources of O6. Then in his case studies he tells people to not eat any of the O6 fats on his list. So the confusion was that these fats he tells people in real life not to consume are on his list of good sources of essential O6. I just don't want my boyfriend making me eat canola oil. I think if I let him borrow the book, I'll have to insert my notes in there.
Dinner was great tonight. Zucchini noodles with a "sauce" of bacon, mushrooms, zucchini chunks and basil pesto. So tasty!
Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
I can squat 180lbs, press 72.5lbs and deadlift 185lbs