So I'm thinking of switching to a more fish based diet instead of grass fed beef if I can get cheaper fish. After a nutritional comparison the only thing missing is zinc which I can supplement with two oysters/day. But now I'm worried I... (more)
There is plenty O6 in eggs and coconut oil. Not sure what coconut cream is, but if it is coconut oil, 136 grams will contain over 4 grams of O6, which is more than enough.
In the initial part of the Omega-6 metabolic pathway, you go from LA to GLA to DGLA. The steps after DGLA involve AA. The LA through DGLA are generally anti-inflammatory, whereas the AA steps and beyond are... (more)
The synthetic antioxidants, aldehydes, peroxides and hydroperoxides in processed oils is what causes inflammation. Would be great if Paleo followers would stop regurgitating nonsense. Especially the Omega ratio nonsense that has absolutely... (more)
When your diet mainly consists of grain fed meats containing omega 6, what can you do to counteract the effects and add enough omega 3's to make a healthy ratio?
GLA, the LONG CHAIN Omega 6 in Evening Primrose/Borage Oil might be good? this is the Omega6 equivalent to DHA/EPA (long chain Omega 3s) and just like short chain Omega 3, ALA, isnt so great, we know short chain Omega 6 like LA is bad... but is... (more)
How can I get more omega 3 fatty acids in my diet without spending tons of money? I would like to eat the fish instead of supplements. The wild caught salmon at my local grocery stores are very expensive, 13$ for 12oz of wild sockeye salmon. Is... (more)
ok so I have started week 3. I feel better. I have had a few moments where I feel dizzy and I realize I haven't eaten enough but i am working on that (this was never a problem before). I of course had hoped to lose more by now but feel this week i... (more)
Asprey says stay away from Omega-6 acids, but I find that coconut, eggs, and avocado are all sources. Can anybody clear this up for me? Sorry if it's common sense I'm just overlooking. If you just want to debate Bulletproof please don't bother.... (more)
Keep in mind Dave Asprey is a salesman not a clinician. That said if you are on a ketogenic or near-ketogenic diet, like Asprey suggests, Omega 6 aren't quite the issues they are with higher-carb diets.
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?
Paleo and Body Type Theory?