I’ve started a Fish Oil Blog to disucss all the lastest news and studies regarding the benefits of fish oil and omega-3 fatty acids. I also comment on the various updates.
It’s at http://www.fishoilblog.com (Easy to remember!)
Fish oil does amazing things! Check it out!
As a pharmaceutical-grade omega-3 supplement, omax3 products are 91% pure—the purest omega-3 supplement available. Designed by physicians from Yale University, this exceptional product contains a unique, patented formulation of omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosapentaenoic acid (DHA).
It depends which one you buy, here is a compare the market style list of popular brands of fish oil in the UK and the amounts of DHA listed
Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to benefit cognitive…vision…and hormonal functions and assist in the maintenance of a healthy weight.
I don’t think so. Omega3 Fish Oil, particularly from Maxalife, improves brain function and memory. It also helps clear up the skin.
Omega3 Fish Oil is definitely very advantageous to one’s health. Especially if you use MX Omega3 Fish Oil because it is extracted from fish caught from the clean waters of New Zealand.
Fish oil is definitely good, you will need to take the purest form available in the market.
After got visit of this post I think that this is the best way to control our cholesterol because by taking this fish oil we can easily get control on it….
I would be careful taking any super high concentrations of ethel ester fish oil becuase of the ethanol content!! Most fish oil that is enteric coated is ethel ester molecule. The ethanol is used in the distillations process but they leave it in do to the cost to remove it. Very few companies spend the money to remove the ethanol and replace it with a triglyceride backbone the way fish naturally have it. I like a few different brands: Nordic Naturals, Fortifeye Super Omega, Carlsons Liquid and Life Guard Omega Essentials. I know these are the natural non ethel ester form. They have a very high concentration of both EPa and DHA, DHA is very important in high levels especially in developmental stages. EPA in high amounts is great as we age to help fight against inflammation! Thats my 2 cents.
Ok, Here’s the deal. I’ve been a vegetarian for 14 years. I started taking fish oil about two weeks ago. I had little tiny bumps on the back of my thighs and butt that have completely cleared up since I started the fish oil. I had the bumps for years, and I read that they might be the result of a omega-3 deficiency. So the bumps went away, but now I’m not sleeping well, and I feel stressed when I’m trying to sleep. I normally make all As. I have a GPA of 3.85, but week I made a couple of Bs on my midterms this week. This is not like me. I studied hard too. On one of the test, I knew the material, but it was like I wasn’t being as logical as I normally am. I think the fish oil is having some kind of effect on my brain. Do you think this is possible? Maybe my body got so used to having an omega-3 defficiency that it rewired itself and the omega-3 is confusing it. How does this stuff effect my brain chemistry?
I remember 6 years or so ago, noni juice was going to cure everything.
Omax3 is good but, VitalOils1000 is the only omega-3 fish oil that meets the American Heart Association recommendation in just one soft gel. It is also approved by ConsumerLab.com to be free of harmful heavy metals and contaminants. Omega-3 fish oil may be the best thing you can do for your over all well being.
I heard that fish oil has important benefits over health.I have been taking fish oil supplement(neurovi.com).It is the vital part of the diet.I know neurovi is all natural, refined and it uses Pharmaceutical grade fish oil.
My friend is a chemist and highly recommends it, having had good results herself.
Omax Is NOT Pharmaceutical Grade and you should be aware of that
My understanding is that it was designed by some doctors at Yale who were trying make a “better supplement” for their patients and it kind of took off. That’s what my cardiologist in White Plains told me (when he suggested I take it).
I heard the same about Omax3…seems to be the purest Omega-3 on the market
A friend of mine told me his internist recommended an Omega-3 supplement called Omax3, with over 90% Omega-3 concentration. I wasn’t aware Omega-3 supplements were that pure. Anyone know anything about this product?
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