Omega 6 fatty acid

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Omega 6 fatty acids or ω-6 are polyunsaturated fatty acids are easily available in the human diet.[1][2][3]

Gamma linoleic acid[edit | edit source]

Gamma linoleic acid (GLA) is a popular Omega 6 fatty acid that found in borage oil and evening primrose oil, and is also sold separately as a supplement.[4][5]

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Omega 6 is easily available from commonly consumed foods. It can also be bought over the counter, but is more commonly sold as an with Omega 3, or as an Omega 3, 6 and 9 combination.[1]

Gamma linoleic acid (GLA) is an Omega 6 fatty acid that is sold separately as a supplement.[4][5]

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ω ω / Ω. Greek letter omega (symbol). Last letter of the Greek alphabet.

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