Tequestra wrote:Thank You for opening this thread two years ago, and for the other 998 posts which will likely keep me busy reading all afternoon.
I would have preferred it to be more concise with less contentious, argumentative posts. But it is what it is.
I'm planning to soon get my omega-3 index tested. I first approached my GP who said no. After looking around a little, I've stumbled across Priceline Pharmacy's omega-3 index test for $70. This appears to be fairly cheap compared to some others in AU offering a similar service. Eg:
There are also labs offering a full range of blood fat testing. But since the WHO says that only omega-3 & 6 fats are essential, I'm not really that interested in testing the rest. The index test should be enough of an indicator and if the result is low, I'll probably need to take another test to confirm the rise in level at a later time.
If anyone has any better or cheaper ways to test omega-3 index, then please post. Otherwise, I'll probably get the pharmacy test next week.