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... I was wondering, have any of you ever used the enteric coated fish oil capsules? ... (7 replies)
... Well, I can tell you that these enteric coated fish oil pills cost LESS than my Carlson's that I've been choking down for the past 9 months! ... (7 replies)
... I have been taking the enteric coated fish oil capsules for a long time. Absolutely no burping up that fishy taste. They are a lot cheaper than the other type. ... (7 replies)

... take 500 to 1000 mg of niacin a day, it will work better than fish oil for your tryglcidrides, and zetia lowered the crap out of my ldl 59 points in about a month or more (5 replies)
... Ok, so my doc says to start taking fish oil again. I was thinking about trying the Fisol brand as it is enteric coated, and it's not supposed to give you the "repeating" that regular fish oil does. ... (5 replies)
... and she said that enteric coated fish oil pills are legit, and that they do indeed pass through the stomach without "repeating" on you. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Arizona, You make a good point. I'm still not sure whether to believe the websites that say that you only have to take HALF of whatever you were taking with other brands...that it is absorbed better in the intestines being enteric coated. (rather than regular fish oil pills that dissolve in the stomach). IF that is true, I'd only have to take 1500 mg...not 3000. ... (7 replies)
... If you are having the "fish burps", then try Fisol brand fish oil pills. I discovered them a couple of months ago, and I cannot tell you how pleased I am with them. ... (14 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)
... Four grams of fish oil, or four grams of Omega 3? ... (18 replies)
... coated fish oils, which should stop any fishy burps you might be getting. They are primarily digested in the intestine. ... (12 replies)
... Well, if you were to eat the fish instead of the fish oil capsule, would it have an enteric coating? ... (19 replies)
Fish oil -> flu?
Apr 1, 2012
... So, my Dr. recommended I start taking a fish oil supplement. After some research, I picked up costco's enteric coated pills. I started with one with dinner on friday night. I didn't sleep well friday night and woke up a bit tired and with a headache saturday morning. ... (1 replies)
... had high cholesterol. I don't drink, rarely eat red meat, exercise 5 days a week and still have high cholesterol and triglycerides. I've started taking fish oil capsules again, but no matter what brand or form I take, I burp it up all day and it upsets my stomach. I'm currently taking Kirkland enteric coated capsules. ... (23 replies)
Fish oil
Apr 4, 2002
... it is enteric coated capsules that have not after taste at all. I do not refrigerate it either. So far, i take 5 a day. Each one is 500 mgs so I do not want to over do it. ... (6 replies)
... that the enteric coated pills will cost quite a bit more, and that absorption will probably LESS good than the gelcaps or teaspoonful. ... (7 replies)
... I used to use Carlson's fish oil capsules, but couldn't stand the fishy burps. Now I use FISOL brand, and I've never had any fishy after taste at all. ... (19 replies)
... You mentioned having a problem with the fish oil burps...I did too... ... (9 replies)
... Hmm, that's odd. I've never heard of this happening. I take even more fish oil than you, five or six capsules a day, and I've never smelled anything. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks namelessme. I took the Carlson's liquid fish oil for a long time, but then it started making me nauseous. I've also tried the fish oil capsules from Costco and an enteric coated capsule from the health food store. I might try the liquid one again and see what happens. ... (6 replies)

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