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... Four grams of fish oil, or four grams of Omega 3? ... (18 replies)
... I take 3 grams of Omega 3's daily. It comes out to 10 caps per day. I do 3 with breakfast, 3 with lunch and 3 with dinner or bedtime if I forget at dinner. ... (18 replies)
... Actually, you can get much higher doses of fish oil by eating fatty fish like sardines or salmon. ... (18 replies)

... only. I guess anyone can put fish oil into capsules and sell it. This is actually regulated, from what I understand. ... (18 replies)
... I am taking 7200mg of Fish Oil per day and having no bad side doctor is thrilled with my lab results. I have been taking this dose for about a year and a half now. ... (18 replies)
... Lovaza contains a small amount of vitamin E already, 4IU if I remember correctly. And yeah, oxidation is an issue with all fish oils. Only difference is, one wouldn't go to their vitamin store and buy opened bottles of fish oil. ... (18 replies)
... Informative, excellent post. I just printed it out and will take it to my cardiologist for my appointment in three weeks. (18 replies)
... Most fish oil capsules purchased are not FDA tested and ingredients used by most companies is questionable. ... (18 replies)
... My doctor just told me to take 4000 mg. ... (18 replies)
... LOVAZA bottles. The LOVAZA trademark on the softgel is a unique identifier. The great thing about LOVAZA is there is no aftertaste, due to the ester blend. If a fish oil capsule is rancid, you will get a horrible fish burp and possibly an upset stomach. ... (18 replies)
... I find it interesting that someone had better trig values on Lovaza vs OTC fish oil. Logically, there should be little difference, if the Omega 3 amounts were the same. Hmm... ... (18 replies)
... month mail order supply, or a partial bottle from a pharmacy, oxidation could be an issue. As pharmacists tend to leave medication in opened bottles... so the fish oil would have been exposed to air, unrefrigerated, for who knows how long. ... (18 replies)
... Hey Nancie, I've been taking 5gms Omega 3 Fish Oil for the past 6 months. I haven't had any problems at all. What did make a difference on my triglycerides was taking niacin. ... (18 replies)
... fatty acids, of which about 0.5g is EPA and about 0.9g is DHA. ... (18 replies)
... My Dr. has me taking fish oil for high Tri. ... (1 replies)
... I take Krill oil, which reduces the possibility of mercury and no fishy taste/burps. This is not for people allergic to shell fish. (18 replies)
... I like the smaller bottles, even though less cost effective, as the oil stays fresher. ... (18 replies)
... Carlson's is excellent. COSTCO and many other fish oils are not so good. According to Dr.Mercola, some of his patients taking COSTCO had terrible Cholesterol results. When switched to CARLSON those numbers greatly improved. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks so much for putting me at ease about taking 4grams of Omega 3....namelessme.... does it really raise LDL? ... (18 replies)
... The bottles I receive are 100 count X 3 bottles. They are always sealed with an expiry date. Oxidation is always a possibilty with almost any supplement. Supplement shelf life can also effect potency. Taking a Vitamin E softgel is supposed to prevent this oxidation which may occurr. (18 replies)

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