I'm confused by this as well if 14 grams of Omega 6 hits 100% target at a 2 to 1 ratio as recommended by research that would be 7 grams of Omega 3, or if you go for 1 to 1 which many say is even better that's 14 grams of Omega 3. Is 14 grams of Omega 3 too much? Would it be better to have 7 grams of Omega 6 and 5 grams of Omega 3, maybe?

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I answered in the other post of yours: https://forums.cronometer.com/discussion/1119/omega-6-to-omega-3-ratio. Where on Cronometer is it set for high ratios?

You may wish to check out the following blog for more information:

https://cronometer.com/blog/understanding-cronometers-nutrient-ratios/

Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the article!

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Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RDRegistered Dietitian Nutritionist

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I'm confused by this as well if 14 grams of Omega 6 hits 100% target at a 2 to 1 ratio as recommended by research that would be 7 grams of Omega 3, or if you go for 1 to 1 which many say is even better that's 14 grams of Omega 3. Is 14 grams of Omega 3 too much? Would it be better to have 7 grams of Omega 6 and 5 grams of Omega 3, maybe?