iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by TheNutriTech on Apr 20, 2015
Omega-3 is a must, no doubt about it, but what concerns me is taking a combination of Omega's that we are consuming/self-generating already; 6 & 9. Recently, I read about Omega-3's health benefits, right there I had a thought that I should dismiss the researching of 6-9 benefits, which in fact caused me some side-effects, an example; the edges of my nails' top skin began to get crannied severely, until I stopped taking this combination, this side effects started to fade away gradually. The reason of such side-effect is that we are already consuming Omega-6 in most of our foods we eat, and our body can actually generate Omega-9, so as a conclusion; Omega-6-9 are completely unnecessary (for me at least), therefore I consider this as an over-dosing. Softgels were huge, regardless of it's easy swallow, it causes bad fishy burps due to it's size and dosage. I'd recommend an Omega-3 of Krill oil from NOW or other brands, not a combination of 3-6-9.
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Posted by Reviewer2246960 on Mar 14, 2015
If effective or not, I am not sure but so far, I am energetically moving as young time, thwough I am over 80.
Posted by 4692638423854358085 on Jan 21, 2015
So far, I think itis working as it promises.
Doesnt do much
Posted by Reviewer1901186 on Nov 11, 2014
Compared to other Omega supplements, formula is not its best.
Posted by 5342234425631284842 on Aug 14, 2014
Posted by 5356367342581531782 on Apr 14, 2014
No fishy burbs.
Posted by 5453828702868702396 on Oct 23, 2013
Posted by Ann-Hanalyza on Sep 11, 2013
Overall it's a good product. I noticed my skin complexion becomes clearer and less oily. :D
not yet any effect
Posted by 4782684261953811615 on Jul 04, 2013
I have 2 softgels after food twice a day. I do not know any effect to my body.