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... tains 750mg of omega 3. So, that means he was taking in 6 grams omega 3 from this supplement, and not the usual 1 gram that most people strive for. In fact, most fish oil supplements contain only 300mg omega 3 per capsule. ... (19 replies)
... freeze the pills and they won't make you nearly as burpy but I can't do much about the fishy smell. ... (23 replies)
... What is the right dose and can you take too much? ... (23 replies)

... in your fish oil capsules. ... (2 replies)
... I am going to start taking Lecithin and fish oil to lower my cholestorol. I want to take the capsules. Does anyone know if you can take too much of Lecithin and poison yourself? ... (1 replies)
... Lovaza is a prescription fish oil and the most potent Omega3 fish oil manufactured. ... (2 replies)
... Two other options are Lovaza, which is a prescription form of Omega 3s. It's a high concentrate, FDA regulated fish oil, and I suppose in theory it might produce less fish burps. ... (23 replies)
... if you aren't getting that tested already. ... (12 replies)
... going to be a bit of a shock to the system, but it is wonderfully healthy and lowers all the factors considered for heart disease well within healthy ranges. If you are looking for a diet try the one in the book i summarized earlier. ... (10 replies)
... I really have no idea myself, but have seen other folks post they refrigerate theirs, and then I saw that post on a fish oil site. The bottle we had just said store in a cool dry place. Of course with the weather we are having, where do U find a "cool dry place". ... (45 replies)
... I was wondering, have any of you ever used the enteric coated fish oil capsules? ... (7 replies)
... ered on this thread. There is no exchange of apolipoproteins between HDL and VLDLs or chylomicrons. Rather, there is an interaction so the apolipoproteins in HDL can act on cholesterol and phospholipids in chylomicrons and VLDL remnants. ... (19 replies)
... Your trigs are still pretty high, but that is my hubby's problem also, and statins do nothing, according to his cardilogist for trigs. So far he has tried him on fish oil, 2,000 mgs. a day and it took them down 100 pts. Now he also wants him to take extra Folic acid, 1,200 MCGs. a day, NOT mgs. ... (8 replies)
Triglycerides?
Jan 25, 2014
... Yep, I do have a recommendation. Flush Niacin will raise your HDL. You just need to start with a veeeery low dose and ramp up slowly. A 100mg you can split into 50 if 100 isn't low enough for you. Eventually, over time, you want to be taking about 1200 to 1500 mgs. It may take months to get there. ... (4 replies)
New Here
Nov 21, 2009
... o stop it. It hurt as it spread and I knew when it was spreading because of the pain. NO treatment helped it or stopped it.... Off of statins the pain has pretty much stopped and it has stopped spreading. ... (7 replies)
... times a week might help some. I wouldn't eat fish too much, due to mercury issues, however. I believe you can get relatively clean Alaskan salmon though. ... (6 replies)
Higher cholesterol
Feb 10, 2008
... amount per pill. You are going to want approx. ... (12 replies)
... We were never ones for fast food joints, or alot of processed foods, way too much junk in them. After supper I take a Calcium pill, garlic, and another 500 C, plus now we are taking Fish oil. WE took it before, but then stopped, so I asked hubby's dr. ... (22 replies)
... cholesterol lowering drugs, don't be too quick to dismiss that statins were the cause. ... (4 replies)
... Good info. I did not know that to much olive oil can have an opposite affect. Originally he told me to cook with more olive oil and and eat more fish. But I honestly did not know that one could get to much. ... (30 replies)




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