View Full Version : Alrity.. then Olive oil is not good.. so you said go for Flexseed...
01-30-2001, 08:23 PM
There Gino.. you said to go for the flexseed oil.. rite??
i was wondering what other oils have good amount of omega 6..
I went to store today and looked all kind of oils. Peanut, Hazelnut, corn, grapeseed, and a lot more!!... there were like 10 kinds of'em... including some modified canola oil... what oil has good omega 6??
so does polyunsaturated oils have omega 6??
I have researched some on it and that's what i came out with... help gino!! you nutrition FREAK!!
[Edited by Dabomber on 01-30-2001 at 10:24 PM]
Flaxseed has a good amount of Omega 6. Are you saying you can't find it or something?
01-31-2001, 08:05 AM
i do can fine flexseed oil.. but they're kinna pricy compare to other oils.... so i was looking for alternatives... well i guess there's no way..
Bite the bullet and spend the cash. Or, you could just spend the cash and forget about biting the bullet. Biting a bullet is not necessary in this case.
01-31-2001, 09:22 AM
When exactly would biting a bullet be necessary?
Also, how often do you take flax? Would one serving a day, like on top of a salad, be good? I already get plenty of fats from my red meat and peanuts.
01-31-2001, 09:47 AM
Depends what your diet is like latman.
You should consider it as part of your diet and not a supplement. (IMO)
01-31-2001, 11:23 AM
Bullets have good amount of omega69 fatty acid though!!..... oh well.. alritey... i'm going to da HEALTH store to bite some bullets... i mean buy some flex...
1 tbsp per 100 lbs of body weight is a good amount. Flaxseed oil is not simply "fat," it is one of the highest concentrations of Omega 3 EFAs you can get. Red meats and nuts average about .1 to .5 grams of Omega 3 per serving as opposed to Flaxseed's 8 grams of Omega 3.
One occasion in which biting a bullet would be necessary is if someone had a gun to your head and said "bite this bullet" and gave you a bullet to bite. I think that biting the bullet, even if you chip a tooth, is better than getting shot in the head.
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