OPINION: Why optimal omega-3 and omega-6 ratios in the diet could balance the scales

Miho Kikuchi

Today’s typical Western diet is well known for its imbalance between the intake of omega-6 to omega-3 oils. Not surprisingly, there is increasing interest in what this actually means for our bodies and our long-term health, writes Complementary Medicines Australia's Miho Kikuchi.

Karen Hocking is head of Government Relations and Industry Development at Complementary Medicines Australia.

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