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We Need More Omega-3 in Our Diets

“We have shown without doubt there are composition differences between organic and conventional food. Taken together, the three studies on crops, meat and milk suggest that a switch to organic fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy products would provide significantly higher amounts of dietary antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids,” concludes Professor Leifert

In the old days, our food supply had a pretty even balance between omega-3s and omega-6s.  With a change in farming practices, the advent of trans-fats and fast food, the scales have tipped.  Eating conventionally grown food brings a stacked deck of omega-6 into our bodies.

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