Omega-3 Fish Oil

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           I started my program taking Vitamin E gel caps, but my physician recommended switching to Omega-3 Fish Oil.  He stated there was a danger of over-thinning my blood with Large doses and possible toxicity build up with Vitamin E, since I was taking quite a few gel caps at first.  Omega-3 fish oil provides cardiovascular support and raises your good cholesterol levels. 

I tried out several brands before settling on Doctors Best Real Krill Oil.  Real Krill is a 100 percent authentic dietary supplement, a lipid nutrient complex sustainably harvested from Antarctic Krill. 

        Suggested Use: For maintenance, take 1 softgel per day, preferably with a small meal. To support mood management, take 2 softgels per day. To support blood lipid management, take 3 softgels per day.  I never burp that fishy taste with this brand.   I started off with 3 softgels, then reduced it to 2 softgels after 6 weeks.  I continue to take 1 softgel every day for Cardio-maintenance.

         Studies on Vitamin E and its' benefits in treating Peyronie's disease are inconclusive, considering how long Vitamin E has been prescribed for treatment.  Double blind study results have been disappointing.  I believe the benefits of Vitamin E are greater in topical use, which I will explain in Phase III.

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4 comments:

  1. Hi. I have a fish and seafood allergy and therefore do not wish to take the Omega-3s in this form. I am also vegan vegetarian. Can you suggest a vegetarian alternative for me.

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  2. Thanks for your question Salubridoc,
    For vegetarian's I do not know of a suitable substitute for Omega-3 fish oils, which provide cardiovascular support and raises your good cholesterol levels in the form of DHA and EPA.

    A tablespoon of Flax seed oil will provide Omega-3 oils in a different form, ALA, which the body has the ability to convert to DHA and EPA, it is just not quite as efficient.

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  3. There's vegan DHA and EPA supplement and also flax oil with DHA added to it. Just do a quick google search...

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    1. Thank you for the information - That is very helpful. - John

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