Dr. Cheney's newsletter is out and this time it contains a quite substantive article. It looks like his website will be quite informative. http://cheneyclinic.com/the-best-ratio-for-cfs-consumption-an-atypical-and-surprising-choice/440 Here again he - based on the results of his IVRT testing - turns received wisdom in ME/CFS on its head. Instead of advising high Omega 3 and very low Omega 6 supplements he's advising just the opposite. That is opposite to what several physicians suggest. Here's a paper on my website that reflects my understanding of fatty acids http://aboutmecfs.org/Trt/TrtLRT.aspx An earlier study by Dr. Maes found just the opposite of what Dr. Cheney is proposing; ME/CFS patients already had high omega 6 levels. He suggested they should be brought down. Propax NT - a touted fatty acid supplement - has high omega 3 and no omega 6 fatty acids. Eye Q has similar proportions. My understanding is that the Western diet typically produces high omega 6 and low omega 3 fatty acid levels Echocardiographic findings- Dr. Cheney's findings using his echocardiographic testing are unusual to say the least;in his last update he asserted whey protein, glutathione, D-ribose and others were bad for patients. Now its fatty acids....He's an interesting guy! The proof, of course, is in the pudding; are Cheney patients doing better when they stop using these substances?