Top Food Sources of Omega-6 Oils

Keep it simple….All the substances that your body requires, including fats, are found in organic fruits, nuts, seeds and vegetables. If it’s not in them, you don’t need it! Science has lost touch with the simplicity of health. Animals intuitively eat the food assigned for their particular species. So should you.

The following foods are rich in linolenic acid which metabolizes into Omega-3 fatty acids.

Flax Seed Oil- Also known as linseed oil. Has been used for over 5,000 years for many puroses. High in Linolenic Acid and Gamma-Linolenic Acid.

Blackcurrent Seed Oil- Known for its rich oils high in Linolenic Acid and Gamma-Linolenic Acid.

Borage Oil- The borage plant is known as “the adrenal” herb. The adrenal glands supply your body’s steroids, which are manufactured from cholesterol, one of the main products of essential fatty acids.

Evening Primrose Oil- The flower is also known as Evening Star and Night Willow. I have used Evening Primrose Oil in Cases of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with great results. A rich source of Linolenic Acids.

A note of caution about oils: Never use cheap, refined, commercial or processed oils found in clear glass or clear plastic bottles. These oils are mostly rancid and full of solvents, pesticides and chemical preservatives, like BHA, BHT, methyl silicone, and others. These oils are “super cooked” changed or bonded , causing body acidosis, and liver and kidney damage.

Excerpts from Dr. Robert Morse N.D. The Detox Miracle

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