The new recommendations for infant feeding state that formulas should contain both Omega 3 and 6, but most formulas only have adequate Omega 3 at this stage.If you breast fed your baby initially breastmilk contains both Omega 3 and 6.It is probably not necessary to supplement Omega 6 now,although I do not know how old your baby is. Once over a year you can supplement both.
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