[Paleopsych] Omega 3 tweak
kendulf at shaw.ca
Sun Jun 12 18:44:36 UTC 2005
A nice finding by a study at the U. of Colorado is that the fat of
free-living ruminants - pronghorns, mule deer, elk and grass-fed beef - is
very high in omega-3 fatty acids. The ratio is one omega-3 to two omega-6
fatty acids (in beef from feed lots the ratio is 1/40). Another find is that
monogastrics (pigs, horses, elephants) have higher concentrations of omega-3
fatty acids than do ruminants. The Caveman's diet comes to mind. Cheers, Val
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From: "Steve Hovland" <shovland at mindspring.com>
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Subject: [Paleopsych] Omega 3 tweak
> It appears that a lot of people are getting
> the "healthy fats" message these days.
> Most of them are taking flax seed oil, but
> it may be better to take an animal based
> source such as fish oil.
> My local health food store tells me that
> fish oils that are independently tested
> are usually free of mercury.
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