Also known as Linoleic Acid, and is mainly found in plant oils. But also beef, chicken (especially non grass fed), grains and eggs. Intake for many people is too high, but this oil is essential for good health, but it is needed in the right amounts.
Eliminating processed foods, eating oily fish regularly, and consuming good oils such as Hemp Seed Oil easily brings the balance back. Remember too that leafy green vegetables also contain some essential fatty acids, as do superfoods such as Chlorella
Also found in Omega 6 oils are DGLA (dihomogamma-linolenic acid) and AA (Arachidonic acid)
Omega 9 is also present in hemp seed oil.
5ml of hemp seed oil typically provides 4.35g of fat of which 0.54g monounsaturates, 0.39g saturates, 3.4g polyunsaturates of which 0.83g Alpha Linolenic Acid, 2.5g Linoleic Acid, 0.07g Gamma Linolenic Acid.
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