Based on quality, least amount of fillers, price, least amount of pills, and of course, taste. I've been taking Optimum Fish Oils.
Which do you recommend then? I'm thinkin of goin with the iForce. Jarrow looks good tooYes unfortunately fish burps are real and OxiOmega is one of the ones that gave me the fish burps. On bb.com reviews you can see that other users have complained about the same thi8ng happening to them, but if you're worried about price then buy those.
The n3 is not in the form like what is in fish oilIf we are talking about just high concentration epa/dha my vote goes for trader Joes flaxseed oil. One tbsp I think is about 7g of o3.
I still top that off with fish oil during dinner though. The cheap Costco brand.
that is true regarding the correct ratio. Do you think a high dose of ALA then bumping the epa/dha with fish oil good enough?FWIW, I have an article somewhere that delves into the specific ratios of EPA to DHA that are ideal for health, the relationship between amounts of EPA and DHA to the byproduct result of AA, etc. And when I started shopping for quality fish oils with the correct ratio, only a few met that requirement. One of which is the lemon-scented Barlean's capsules. I have them at home (I am at work now), I don't recall the specific name of the product.
taking what sir? Regular fish oil is straight capsule form so you can dose it to get about 1g of Omega-3 a day. Some goes for the recommended dosage of about 1-2 capsules depending on the concentration you buy.So if starting to take this? What the best and how can I get it???
Most people will shoot for 2-3g of EPA + DHA combined.taking what sir? Regular fish oil is straight capsule form so you can dose it to get about 1g of Omega-3 a day. Some goes for the recommended dosage of about 1-2 capsules depending on the concentration you buy.