From the FAQ on EFA's <div></div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">Keep in mind that omega-3s will be preferentially oxidized (burned for fuel), so a lot of what you supplement on a low carb diet will be burned as energy before it can be stored in fat cells where it does its magic. Whenever possible, take your fish oils after a meal or after carbs. The carb load to the liver will decrease the oxidation of the fatty acids and allow more to pass through into the blood for storage. This is good when it comes to omega-3s and CLA. </div> This would suggest that any form of fat taken after a substantial amount of carbs has a greater chance of storage?