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New Chapter, Wholemega, Whole Fish Oil, Extra-Virgin Wild Alaskan Salmon, 1000 mg, 120 Softgels

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inefficient and expensive

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Posted by Reviewer2280078 on Jul 12, 2011

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Try fermented cod liver oil. Much more vitamin D, EPA and DHA, vitamin K (due to fermentation) and also huge amounts of natural vitamin A, that all fish oils lack. Also, since mercury and many other toxicities are water soluble, are stored in the muscle part of the fish not the liver (the liver is not a place for storage anyway) and so cod liver oil would be much safer that any other fish oil as far as heavy metals are concrned. And it's a great value for money.

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Terrible Fish Burps and Epigastric pain

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Posted by Reviewer2064882 on Aug 26, 2010

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I've taken many different types of Fish Oil, and have never had such bad indigestion as I have had with these. Will never buy again.

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The only brand I trust

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Posted by Reviewer2106073 on Apr 20, 2011

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Although I don't notice any effect New Chapter Wholemega is the only fish oil I trust. Update: As I never consume sugar or other refined carbonhydrates I really don't need fish oil because I discovered that these liquids are responsible for irregular heart beats and palpitations. They just thin my blood too much. Actually it felt like I was having a heart attack and a stroke! It made me wake up at night with strange feelings. If you eat a healthy diet you probably don't need fish oil. It's just for people who consume sugar an processed foods with disbalanced ratio's of omega 3 & 6.

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HALAL

Posted by 5106411495180771630 on Oct 03, 2013

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The gelantin is HALAL. Thats disgusting! Poor animals.. Never going to buy again............................

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