I don't base any decision to change on one study, although I'm taking another look at this study in light of other studies of fish oil. Part of the issue, as I see it, is taking supplements to fortify a lousy diet. I take pills that supplement my diet, not as a substitute for bad eating (GIGO-garbage in, garbage out).
That said, I love food, and am not a food-as-fuel, let-thy-food-be-thy-medicine sort of guy. Eating is pleasurable, sociable, and nourishes us. (Read anything by MFK Fisher to get the drift of what I'm talking about.)
Diets used to be about a 1:1 ratio of Omega-6 : Omega-3. Now they are averaging 15:1. Eating healthy and taking a good Omega-3 supplement that is high in EPA Omega-3 may not be a bad thing in perspective (Eating salmon is even better for body, mind and spirit). If I sound like I'm standing on a platform preaching good eating, please ignore what I just wrote.
Time for lunch and a supplement. Beano.
Post Edited (Tim G) : 7/11/2013 4:35:55 PM (GMT-6)