There are some on this forum who think they need to eat a high-fat diet. There are others, like myself, who eat a predominantly low-fat diet. So let me ask how much fat is in your diet? Can you give an idea is terms of either weight or calories per day? Do you think that is enough? Why is it enough? Or do you think you should be eating even more fat?
Let me kick the ball rolling with my own take. The only fats I normally eat are naturally in plants, nuts, seeds, legumes, fruit and veg. My highest source of fats are as follows. I don't eat avocados but do have a few (say 4) nuts per day, usually walnuts or brazils. I also have about a tablespoon of ground flaxseed each day.
The only time I have oils is if I am eating out and there is no way to avoid oils. So for example last night I had a Pizza Express pizza with no added oil, no cheese (even vegan) as well as no tomatoes/paste.
Research shows the best ratio for someone with arthritis of omega-6 to omega-3 is 2-1. Paleo man/woman shows they had a ratio of around 1-1. My dietary goal is to maintain a ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 as near 1-1 as possible, and I think I probably achieve around 2-1. For anyone who does not know the ratio for anyone on the SAD diet is typically 20-1.
And that is why I eat a low fat diet. For my a big part of my lifestyle eating habits are about maintaining my O6/O3 ratio to be the healthiest possible.