There has been a fierce debate over the last decade or so about the health benefits of omega-6 fatty acids. One side believes they are too ubiquitous in the diet and fuel the inflammation underpinning many of today’s chronic diseases. Another side believes that the most consumed omega-6 — linoleic acid (LA) — could be just as important as omega-3s in reducing disease risk.

Source: Omega-3 expert supports new research that shows omega-6 is good for you