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The Facts On Fish Oil Supplements For Health


Fish oil supplements for health is becoming increasingly well known. Almost everyone nowadays has heard or read about the benefits of omega 3 fatty acids and fish oils are the richest source of omega 3 fatty acids.

Some people also want to know what the fish oil supplement RDA is. RDA meaning recommended daily allowance.

The fact of the matter is that there isn’t a fish oil supplement RDA because there is no RDA set forth by the government for fish oil or omega 3 fatty acids.

Certain health experts have varying opinions on how much omega 3 fatty acids we need for good health, but these are just opinions, not recommended daily allowances.

However, certain types of oil that are mistakenly labled as such oil — like cod liver oil — are very high in certain vitamins such as Vitamin A, which can be toxic in high doses. Which means if you are taking something like cod liver oil, you need to carefully watch your RDA for Vitamin A because you will be ingesting a lot of it from the cod liver oil and you want to be careful to not go well over the RDA levels.

In our opinion, because of the potentially toxic effects of cod liver oil, if you want to use fish oil supplements for health, you should stick to a different type of fish source.

The best ones are fish that come from cold, deep, and clean Ocean waters. Cold and deep is important because these types of waters are the ones that are native to the fish with the highest beneficial omega 3 fatty acid content. Clean is important because much of the world’s Ocean waters are polluted and therefore, many once beneficial fish, now harbor contaminants like PCB’s, mercury, and more.

Certain salmon in clean waters of Alaska, certain fish off the coast of Norway, and certain fish species, such as the prized Hoki, off the Southern coast of New Zealand are some examples of cold, deep water fish that come from pristine water sources.

However, if you want to take fish oil supplements for health, you need to make sure you are only buying a product that has been molecularly distilled. Even if the fish is coming from a pristine source. This is because even if you don’t have to worry about man-made pollution, there is always nature-made pollution.

For example, a volcano eruption may spew a great deal of contaminants in a large area.

Molecular distillation is a process by which impurities are removed from the oil, leaving only the beneficial oil.

In conclusion, there are two things to look for when purchasing a high quality fish oil supplement: a fish naturally high in omega 3 fatty acids, and a fish oil that has undergone molecular distillation to ensure purity.



Source by Dan Ho

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