Is it possible to get enough omega-3 into the body through the daily diet?

Yes, it is theoretically possible. However, you would have to consume large amounts of certain foods. Realistically, however, this is only feasible for very few people. To ensure the intake of about 2 g, the daily dosage recommended by doctors, of omega-3 fatty acids per day, you would have to consume about 100 g of herring, 150 g of tuna, 250 g of salmon, 300 g of mackerel, 1.5 kg of trout or 3 kg of cod per day.