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High Omega six in our diet

September 16, 2015 EBC+ ADD BLOCK Omega 6 Fatty acids are a class of polyunsaturated fats which have been growing in prevalence in modern diets. Some research suggests that too many Omega 6 fats can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, inflammatory, and autoimmune diseases. This research is not conclusive, but for most people, the amount of Omega 6 fats should be reduced and the amount ofOmega 3 fats should be increased. This article lists particularly unhealthy sources of Omega 6 fats and all should be limited or avoided. For more, see the extended list of Omega 6 rich foods.

#1: Vegetable Oil (Low Saturated Fat)
Omega-6 100g Per tablespoon (14g) Per teaspoon (5g)
114334 mg 16007 mg 5717 mg
Other Vegetable Oils & Fats High in Omega-6 (per tablespoon): Corn Oil (14944 mg), Soybean Oil (14192 mg), Safflower Oil (10447 mg), Grape Seed Oil (9744 mg), Sunflower Oil (9198mg), Shortening (6504mg), Margarine (6128mg), and Canola Oil (5270mg). Click to see complete nutrition facts.

#2: Salad Dressings & Mayonnaise (Mayonnaise)
Omega-6 100g Per tablespoon (14g) Per sachet (10g)
78299 mg 10962 mg 7830 mg
Other Salad Dressings & Mayonnaise High in Omega-6 (per tablespoon):French Dressing (4438 mg), Caesar Dressing (4346 mg), Peppercorn Dressing (3771 mg), Sesame Seed Dressing (3480 mg), Light Mayonnaise (3423 mg), Honey Mustard Dressing (3019 mg), Italian Dressing (2774 mg), and Thousand Island (2539mg). Click to see complete nutrition facts.

#3: Nuts & Seeds (Sunflower Seeds)
Omega-6 100g Per cup (135g) Per ounce (28g)
68343 mg 92263 mg 19136 mg
Other Nuts & Seeds High in Omega-6 (per ounce): Brazil Nuts (13507 mg), Pumpkin Seeds (11589 mg), Walnuts (10666 mg), Pine Nuts (9410 mg), Almonds (7249 mg), Sesame Seeds (7064 mg), Pecan Nuts (5482 mg), and Peanuts (5438 mg). Click to see complete nutrition facts.

#4: Snacks Made with Omega-6 Rich Fats (Cheese Flavor Corn Puffs)
Omega-6 100 g Per package (32 g) Per ounce (28 g)
34624 mg 12118 mg 9695 mg
Other Snacks High in Omega-6 (per ounce): Corn Chips (9022 mg), Barbeque Chips (6954 mg), Reduced Fat Pringles (6761 mg), Potato Chips (6667 mg), Cheese Tortilla Chips (6665 mg), Popcorn (6255 mg), Corn Tortilla Chips (5666 mg), and Reduced Fat Potato Chips (3010 mg). Click to see complete nutrition facts.

#5: Fast Foods Made With Omega-6 Rich Fats (Burger King Onion Rings)
Omega-6 100 g Per large serving (142 g) Per small serving (91 g)
22934 mg 32566 mg 20870 mg
Other Fast Foods High in Omega-6 (per serving): TGI Friday's Chicken Fingers (41830mg), KFC Fried Chicken (32721mg), Tuna Subway (28179mg), Burger King Hash Browns (27035mg), Wendy's French Fries (19223mg), McDonald's Fillet-O-Fish (13876mg), Wendy's Chicken Nuggets (12481mg), and Popcorn Chicken (10522mg). Click to see complete nutrition facts.

#6: Cookies, Candies, Cakes, Pastries & Muffins (Chocolate Chip Cookies)
Omega-6 100 g Per ounce (28 g) Per cookie (14 g)
15008 mg 4202 mg 2101 mg
Other Cookies, Candies, Cakes, Pastries & Muffins High in Omega-6 (per piece): Blueberry Muffins (15775 mg), Twix Bar (5927 mg), Chocolate Cake (5178 mg), Danish Pastry (2537 mg), Puff Pastry (2183 mg), Brownies (2027 mg), Shortbread (1765 mg), and Graham Crackers (1429 mg). Click to see comp

Omega three Omega 6

Increasing Omega three will help to balance high 6 levels

avoid Commercial homebaked goods & fried foods in often old omega 6 oil

Recommendation is to use a little coconut or exrtra vergin olive oil

Flaxseed oil is Omega 3,6.,and 9