5 Ways to Get in Omega Balance

By EatingWell Editors, May/June 2010

Easy tips for a better Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio.

"What if Alaskan wild salmon isn't available? Aren't there other options to balancing out the omega 3 and 6 ratio? This article doesn't seem very helpful. "

1. Eat fish.

Fatty fish, such as salmon, sardines and some types of tuna, are the richest sources of DHA and EPA, the omega-3 fats linked with mental health. Know exactly what you’re buying. For example, wild Alaskan salmon is a better choice since it generally has fewer omega-6 fats than Atlantic salmon, which is typically farmed and not sustainably produced.

Eat more fish with these healthy recipes:

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