Kilo Klub Member
- Apr 20, 2009
I've read before that the ratio of omega 3 to 6 is more important for insulin sensitivity and health than the total amount of omega 3 you consume. So for example if someone is getting a good amount of fish oil, but they have peanut butter in their diet, it could cancel the benefits because peanut butter is very high in Omega 6. Thoughts? Is it total amount of omega 3 that benefit us or is the ratio of 3/6 what matters?