iHerb Customer Reviews
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Fish Oil Blend vs Krill Oil
Posted by Reviewer3025756 on Sep 08, 2010
The fish oil blend that I was taking is 100% wild Alaskan Salmon oil. EPA 180 : DHA 120. Works well but found I developed indigestion / gas. Krill oil, I'm taking one / day, works as well as fish oil blend with considerable reduction of indigestion / gas.
Better than fish oil
Posted by Reviewer3112867 on Nov 18, 2011
I've just recently started with krill oil, but I'm more confident in it's purity and freshness than ordinary fish oil. Doctor's best seems to very good and it's reasonably priced.
Posted by Reviewer1102544 on Nov 06, 2012
this priduct I use in place of fishoil capsules, there has been no aftertast, and that is super important as I'm on a chemo medication and suffer nausia 3-4 days a week
very good value
Posted by 5412590387312978189 on Jan 29, 2013
will buy again when it runs out
Posted by Reviewer3222410 on Jul 25, 2012
Must be working.. I have had bypass surgery 8 years ago..My heart doctor says my heart is doing very good.
Posted by 4785002625191319199 on Sep 13, 2012
Doctor's Best, Real Krill, 350 mg, 60 Softgel Capsules review
Posted by 1Petra on Apr 09, 2012
I ordered this for my 10 years old daughter but she refuse to take it.For me its not enough EPA and DHA.I know krill oil its really good its just too expensive because one capsule has just 40 mg EPA and 23 mg DHA and I need 1000 mg EPA & DHA daily so I should take like 20 capsule a day.
Seems like it's doing its job
Posted by HonestReviewsHere on Mar 30, 2014
Omega-3 is vital for depression and many other brain functions. This seems to be working without any issues at taking 3 grams- fish oil gave me indigestion but this one doesn't and supposedly absorbs better than fish oil.
Posted by Reviewer2525916 on Oct 30, 2014
The benefits of fish oil without the fishy taste or smell.
Posted by Reviewer3133453 on Nov 27, 2011
very good oil