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AMRAP Nutrition - Omega 3 Triglyceride Fish Oil Capsules - Sourced from Wild-Caught Fish & Sustainably Harvested - Up to 300% Better Absorption of Essential Fatty Acids - Cold-Processed

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So why can’t you just go to the grocery store and buy the biggest and cheapest bottle you can find? looked at this issue by testing four types. The expensive stuff (concentrated fish oil where the triglyceride form was preserved-ConTri), cheaper concentrated fish oil (known as the EE form where the triglyceride form had not been preserved), cheap krill oil, and unconcentrated salmon oil. The 35 patients in the study consumed one type randomly for a month and then switched to the next until they rotated through all four (after a one month wash out). The researchers then measured blood samples after each month.

So why can’t you just go to the grocery store and buy the biggest and cheapest bottle you can find? looked at this issue by testing four types. The expensive stuff (concentrated fish oil where the triglyceride form was preserved-ConTri), cheaper concentrated fish oil (known as the EE form where the triglyceride form had not been preserved), cheap krill oil, and unconcentrated salmon oil. The 35 patients in the study consumed one type randomly for a month and then switched to the next until they rotated through all four (after a one month wash out). The researchers then measured blood samples after each month.

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  1. Clinically effective doses. It is easy to get clinically effective doses with liquid fish oil. If you were taking a regular strength 1000 mg fish oil pill from, say Walmart, you’d need a dozen pills a day to reduce your triglycerides. With liquid fish oil, you can have that clinically proven benefit with just 2 teaspoons!
  2. Less Frequent Dosing. All the Omega-3 you need in one gulp.
  3. Cheaper than fish oil pills. Putting fish oil into gelatin capsules is high-tech and expensive. So by avoiding that step with liquid fish oil, you get more Omega-3 per dollar.

Fish oil is oil derived from the tissues of oily fish

“Cheap fish oil is just as likely to be rancid as cheap fish,” says Jonny Bowden, PhD, author of The Healthiest Meals on Earth (Fair Winds Press, 2008). Break open a capsule; if it smells like rotting fish, it’s rancid.

So why can’t you just go to the grocery store and buy the biggest and cheapest bottle you can find? looked at this issue by testing four types. The expensive stuff (concentrated fish oil where the triglyceride form was preserved-ConTri), cheaper concentrated fish oil (known as the EE form where the triglyceride form had not been preserved), cheap krill oil, and unconcentrated salmon oil. The 35 patients in the study consumed one type randomly for a month and then switched to the next until they rotated through all four (after a one month wash out). The researchers then measured blood samples after each month.