What is omega-6% and what affects them?
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Updated over a week ago

Omega-6% tells you how much of your total fatty acid count is omega-6, a good polyunsaturated fat in your blood.

It helps build healthy cells, reduces diabetes risk, lowers “bad” cholesterol and is good for heart’s health. Our body produces some omega-6, but not all; like linoleic acid—the essential one. You need to get the missing omega-6 from food like walnuts and vegetable oils.

Try to maintain a higher level of omega-6%. It is better for you.

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