I have to remark some misconceptions:
- A high Omega-3/Omega-6 balance is good to decrease the inflammation; but it's just necessary for people who has autoimmune diseases such as arthitis or bursitis, to decrease the NSAID intake because of it's long-time side effects, and I think you don't have this kinda problems.
- On the other hand, a low Omega-3/Omega-6 ratio can help you to reduce your LDL-Colesterol (Bad colesterol), although it's pro-inflammatory.
I do agree with UStriathlete, everybody’s supposed to be healthy if a balanced diet is taken. Actually, in the US there are more or less 70 million of people (23% of its population) that have some inflammation autoimmune disease, despite being a kind of unhealth avoidable by having a healthy diet, with fruit, vegetables, olive oil, nuts and, overall, fish, which provide us the essential ω-3 fatty acids, flavonoids, carotenoids and other anti-inflammatory substances. If you wanna be healthy, just have a good diet. Remember that we are what we eat!
I think you might go to a doctor or a dietist to get some advice about it, because nobody can trust what other fitness freaks tell us, including me.
(I'm not Doctor yet)