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Where are the most common places to find omega 6 fats?
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Dr. Arthur Heller
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Omega 6 diet sources
Omega 6 (o-6) fatty acids are mostly in "land" foods, animal products, e.
g. Beef, pork, poultry, eggs, dairy (other than non fat- skim milk etc.), beans (e.g. Soy), grains (e.G corn, wheat, etc), nuts (walnuts have some o-3). Omega 3 are mostly in sea foods (especially fatty fish, although they have o-6 too. Wild fish get o-3 from krill. Land o-3 (walnuts, purslaine, flax not as well used).

In brief: Omega 6 diet sources
Omega 6 (o-6) fatty acids are mostly in "land" foods, animal products, e.
g. Beef, pork, poultry, eggs, dairy (other than non fat- skim milk etc.), beans (e.g. Soy), grains (e.G corn, wheat, etc), nuts (walnuts have some o-3). Omega 3 are mostly in sea foods (especially fatty fish, although they have o-6 too. Wild fish get o-3 from krill. Land o-3 (walnuts, purslaine, flax not as well used).
Dr. Arthur Heller
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Dr. James Rochester
Family Medicine
In brief: Omega 6
Fish, canola and olive oil, nuts are common sources.
See link below for more info. Hope this helps Dr R http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-kitchen-11/omega-fatty-acids

In brief: Omega 6
Fish, canola and olive oil, nuts are common sources.
See link below for more info. Hope this helps Dr R http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-kitchen-11/omega-fatty-acids
Dr. James Rochester
Dr. James Rochester
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