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... Which is better Flax Seed or Cod/Fish Oil? Why? How much should I take per day and when to help lower Cholesterol? Thanks! (5 replies)
... We are already cooking with extra virgin olive oil. Only real problem I see with my diet is the fish I am eating isn't the kind that is best for Omega 3. We have done a lot of cod, tilapia, hake and flounder. ... (9 replies)
... I recently sorted my diet out to lower my cholesterol and was eating fish everyday for dinner, mainly haddock or cod and taking fish oil supplements but I keep reading up on how fish can cause mercury poisoning and I've read that fish oil supplements can too. ... (1 replies)

... That's a LOT of fish oil but I see no reason to doubt the result. And I'm fairly sure you might be able to duplicate the results with much cheaper cod liver oil. Your insurance company is being NAUGHTY. ... (6 replies)
... Some drugs can affect cholesterol levels. ... (4 replies)
... AND once you start statins, it's a lifelong commitment. You stop and your numbers go back up unless you alter your eating habits. The low fat, low cholesterol diet is not effective either. Your body needs fat, protein and conplex carbs. ... (23 replies)
... My husband was on some type of cholesterol lowering drug for eight years. Lopid, Zocor, Lipitor and we even tried red yeast rice thinking it might have less side effects than prescription statins. ... (34 replies)
... in your fish oil capsules. ... (2 replies)
... Gee Gee, You have a lot working against you, but here are some suggestions: 1) Start reducing calories to lose the 10-15 pounds (lose them gradually)... 2) Cut back on carbohydrates - especially white breads, starchy vegetables (potatoes, turnips...), white rice. 3) Eliminate sugar (as best you can) (15 replies)
... whole grain bread and brown rice. On this regimen, I have lost 15 lbs. and lowered my cholesterol to levels that are healthy. I think that we jump to drugs too quickly without trying other alternatives. ... (14 replies)
... As a matter of fact, one of the primary benefits of fish it cod liver...ugh, or capsules, is that it thins the blood just like aspirin. ... (16 replies)
... I go to the Dr's for a cholesterol test after 3 months off the drugs later this week. ... (14 replies)
... I choose a tsp. of cod liver oil. ... (21 replies)
... like a tsp. cod liver oil daily. ... (7 replies)
... ARIZONA, No I only use the BJ's CoQ10 (best price around). For my Fish oils, I use the cheaper 12 ounce bottles of Twin Lab Norwegian Cod Liver Oil for $6.27 for 72 doses (900 mg N-3 oils) at Vitamin Shoppe. It's the cheapest I've found. I've seen Puritan Pride offering a good deal on the Capsules which I might opt for since I've got a $5 coupon and free shipping...I... (15 replies)
... Cod liver oil in the winter and for people that don't get a lot of sunshine, Fish oil for summer and when you get plenty of sunshine. Dosage would be about 1 teaspoon or 1000 mg of oil per 50 lbs body weight. ... (5 replies)
... Just to clarify on the Omega 3/6 fats. Most people that eat modern day foods get plenty of Omega 6 fats. Things like soybean oil or corn oil (or anything made from them such as mayo or salad dressings) and commercially raised grain fed meat, fish, poultry, and eggs have plenty of Omega 6 fats in them. What they are lacking is the Omega 3 essential fatty acids. The sources... (5 replies)
... and NO you don't need any fish oil supplement. ... (7 replies)
... The cholesterol that you eat has little if any effect on your blood level of cholesterol, so eat all the fish and shell fish that you like. It's good for you. ... (3 replies)
... First of all, here is the problem. Taking 1 tab will NEVER be enough. I used to be like you thinking those "supplement pills" are powerful like medicine, one or two is enough. NO, not at all, even if you are in the label of the bottle saying taking 2 a day, it is merely a marketing scheme to lure customers to buy it. (It really depends, but for fish oil, one or two are... (13 replies)

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