Immunosuppressive effects of fish oil and flaxseed oil 鱼油与亚麻籽油的免疫抑制作用

The omega-6 fatty acids are the predominant polyunsaturated fats. The omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids are metabolically distinct and have opposing physiologic functions. Animal and human studies support the hypothesis that omega-3 PUFA suppress cell mediated immune responses. The increased omega-6/omega-3 ratio in Western diets most likely contributes to an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease and inflammatory disorders.