Fish oil and the Great PUFA controversy
While I think all us primals can agree the highly processed and mostly oxidized polyunsaturated fats crowding shelf space with our beloved olive oil or muscling out our favorite saturated fats in restaurant cooking are pretty much awful, there seem to be a lot of opinions after that.
Classic primals say to limit O6 and intentionally seek out O3 to combat inflammation for a long, pain free life.
A lot of the relaxed primals and traditional foodies lean towards eating natural foods with a little to no supplementation and let everything work itself out naturally.
And then Peat avoids it entirely, saying excess O3 isn't needed when O6 is also limited.
(Ignoring the laundry list I'm on to treat a gut issue,) I don't generally trust supplements; I'm even super suspicious of the D I take in the winter to stave off the SAD. Lately I've been told to take a high dose of O3 for shoulder pain (chronic injury). Is it possible this is just more CW that started out right and went a little too far? Is there a safe (reliably not oxidized or tainted) O3 supplement? Can sardines be made palatable??
Basically, are O3s worth it?
yeah, but "hey i'm Khan the sword king" is not normal.... the universe is being fickle... this is a thing... ignore me for a few weeks.