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Now Foods, Molecularly Distilled, Super Omega EPA , 240 Softgels

$25.49
$39.99
Savings of: $14.50 (36% off)
4.6 out of 5 based on 184 reviews
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Definitely worth buying!

10 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Supplementsdiy on Nov 17, 2013

Omega 3 is an es sential fatty acid known for boosting brain function and prevent neurodegenerative diseases, boosting immunity, anti inflammatory, heart beneficial, protect from cardiovascular diseases, boost libido (surprise!), thinning the blood thus lowering blood pres sure, boosts our mood, reduce cancer risk, eases joint pain, slow aging, support healthy glucose, improve vision, pro motes healthy skin, hair, nails, reduce free radical damage and more! That’s why it is considered the ‘multivitamin’ in omega product. There are so many benefits that even the MDs and hospital wants to cash in on fish oil (at ridiculous prices). People these days take too much omega 6 from vegetable oil as compared to omega 3. Omega 6 is pro-inflammatory and this often results in uncontrolled inflammation in the body which is highly damaging. The softgel is normal fish oil size and easy to swallow. There is no fishy smell when you burp. The fish oxidised easily in warm/hot and humid area so be sure to store it in the refrigerator. An important point to note is that this product is a 60% purification fish oil. There are currently only 80% (a few), 60% (some) and 30% (most of it) purification fish oil in the market. Each standard fish oil softgel consists of 1g of ‘oil’ and the varying amount of omega 3 fatty acids. This product consists of 600 mg omega 3 fatty acids in a 1g fish oil softgel thus it is considered a 60% purification fish oil. So the 40% non remaining consists of other fats as well as pos sibly other toxic. Considering that almost all chemicals have dumped into the river and sea and they end up in the food chain, the remaining non omega 3 fatty will consist of other fatty acid + whatever that cannot be removed from the purification and test (not pos sible to test and remove all). The difference is that the higher the purification , the more expensive it is per mg of omega (e.g 2 x 30% omega 3 fish oil is always cheaper than 1 x 60% omega 3 fish oil). But it also means that you swallow les s softgels and toxics as well. To avoid this problem, you also take food high in omega 3 like hemp etc but les s convenient than fish oil softgels. Pricewise, this is definitely the best value for mg for a 60% omega 3 product. Check out my page for more reviews!

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super EPA (omega 3)

2 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer1309092 on Aug 12, 2010

This is a very high quality high dose omega3 The cheaper brands are not pure. i take it because at 65 I appreciate all the help i can get for my joints. i understand it can 'clean' your body cells. so it would not make sense to get an impure cheaper version. My friend with CFS was given 17! a day in hospital in UK. So 1 super EPA daily can only be good

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Now Super EPA Double Strength

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Posted by Reviewer2060952 on Sep 15, 2011

This double strength fish oil has as a higher proportion of DHA to EPA. It does give you more fish burps compared to a citrus flavored fish oil. However, flavored fish oils cost more. This is a good product at a good price.

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5 stars

1 person found the following review helpful

Posted by 5684656067244240715 on Aug 29, 2013

I'm really happy with this fish oil! The quality of the product is exactly what I've been searching for... It does not leave fish taste even when I take more than the suggested daily consumption.

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Good quality fish oil

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Posted by Reviewer2638386 on Aug 24, 2011

Great product at a great price. I even opened one of the softgels to test if the oil was rancid, but it was of very good quality.

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