All this Omega3,6,9 is basically beneficial; because they're under the non-saturated fat; is suppose to be good for the health.
Type GLA, ALA cat. oil are in flax seed oil, organic flax seed oil, borage oil, black currant seed oil, safflower oil, rice bran oil, jojoba oil, almond oil, grapeseed oil, apricot kernel oil, sesame seed oil, rice bran oil, pumpkin seed oil, perilla seed oil and evening primrose oil.
Flaxseed oil is rich in EFA, which in the same category includes Evening Primose oil, Borage oil, Sunflower oil
some of it 're cooking oil.
There's types of cooking oil, just take a good reading for monounsaturated, polysaturated fats etc. is quite cheap. =)
Flexseed oil is particularly rich in EFA, which is an ideal source to be 'made' into a health supplement.
We need these EFA to survive, but what most people has been reading are what informations that you can find online, books etc.
Try something new, from what u normally reads;
"The agency noted that the studies that reported a correlation between high intakes of omega-3 fatty acids and low rate of CHD mortality also noted an increased rate of stroke, particularly hemorrhagic stroke"
"FDA also concludes that there is not significant scientific agreement for an unqualified claim about the relationship between EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids and reduced risk of CHD. Thus, a health claim stating that "Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of CHD" would be misleading. "
CHA - Coronary heart disease.
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
Flaxfeed oil is used to build lean body, from a smaller frame to a bigger frame.
But again, there're many studies done; all results 're different.