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Carlson The Very Finest Fish Oil Liquid Omega-3 Lemon, 500ml

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Very Finest Fish Oil Lemon Flavor by Carlson Laboratories 500 ml Liquid The Very Finest Fish Oil comes from deep cold ocean-water fish. It is processed and bottled in Norway to ensure maximum freshness. Take by the teaspoonful mix with foods try it on salads It has a refreshing lemon taste. THIS PRODUCT is regularly tested (using AOAC international protocols) for freshness potency and purity by an independent FDA-registered laboratory and has been determined to be fresh fully potent and free of detectable levels of mercury cadmium lead PCB's and 28 other contaminants.

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  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: Norway
  • ASIN: B001LF39RO
  • UPC: 088395015458
  • Item model number: 088395015458
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (614 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #953 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Good Tasting Lemon Flavor.
Robert 99
I feel better when I take it and will definitely make this a repeat part of my diet and health care.
Jesse Reed
The burps tasted and smelled like rotting fish.
Sally McCoy

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179 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Eric on March 4, 2006
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Bottom Line: Fish Oil really works to prevent artery disease, namely heart disease and strokes. It's not a bogus health food thing, it really works.

You need the EPA and the DHA from the fish. The other omega-3's, 6's etc. aren't the same. Skip the flaxseed, etc. You want enough EPA and DHA, you don't wanna be grossed out by the taste or get a fishy "repeat", and you don't wanna drink a bunch of unnecessary fat.

This stuff is good because: it has the right concentration of EPA/DHA: 1.3 g/teasp, which is high. And it tastes good. Even Nordic Naturals, a very respected company, has a similar EPA/DHA level, but tastes nasty.

Remember these supplements aren't regulated. Go to consumerlabs.com, they test the supplements. This wasn't tested, but Carlson capsules and cod liver oil were tested and passed, so i assume and hope this passes also.

That's all you need to know. If you're 30 or older, and you have high blood pressure and cholesterol like everyone else, take in at least 2 grams of EPA/DHA a day, your arteries will stay clean.
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113 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Legend on February 19, 2011
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High quality fish oil. Because it's not in pill form you're forced to notice if it's rancid. Very cost effective too.

There's a lot of misconception out there regarding heart disease. Heart disease is primarily caused by oxidized LDL. You get oxidized LDL when your diet is low in stable medium chain triglycerides, and high in PUFA (poly unsaturated fatty acids, like omega3 and omega6). What's worse is when the PUFA is primarily omega 6, which causes inflammation in the body to increase and LDL to become small/dense which is more likely to oxidize.

You could have low total LDL, but have high oxLDL and still get heart disease. Conversely, you could have high total LDL but have low oxLDL and live to be 100. The cholesterol hypothesis is based on the work of Ancel Keys's 7 countries study in which he correlated *all* fat with heart disease in 7 countries. That's really it. And there were actually way more countries, but it didn't fit Keys's theory so he dropped him. No true scientist does this. For example, France and Nordic countries have low heart disease, but high fat intake (including saturated). Chile has low fat but high rates of heart disease.

Getting to a 1:1 omega 3 to omega 6 ratio is key to reducing inflammation and preventing chronic diseases. But too much PUFA including omega3 is also bad. I would recommend reducing your omega 6 intake (industrialized seed oils, vegetable oils) and supplement about a tablespoon of this stuff daily. Get your fats from medium chain triglycerides (cream, coconuts, lard). This is in conflict with public dietary advice, but not with the science.

To those trying to lower triglycerides, lower your fructose intake and improve insulin sensitivity through exercise. Fish oil isn't going to cure the effects of 36 oz soda/day.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By po on February 5, 2008
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I have never reviewed anything before, but when I went to stock up on a new bottle of this oil, I was underwhelmed by the existing reviews. This stuff is GREAT! (and i don't give praise easily) It isn't too bad tasting on its own, easy to mix into other liquids to drink, or use in a sauce or salad dressing where you won't even notice it. But best of all, the effects are fabulous. Maybe I'd get the same results with those awful awful pills (i tried them for months and never did) but with the oil I actually can tell if I have missed a dose because my mood and energy wane. My doctor was even interested and tried it too when I told him about it. Don't hesitate!
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Consumer on February 7, 2011
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Triglycerides were reduced from 309 to 169 in 12 months, taking 2 table spoons per day. HDL went from 38 to 61. Good news for someone like me who does not want to take any meds.
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58 of 69 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 14, 2006
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Americans consume a dangerously insufficient amount of Omega-3, which is a fat essential to good health but only found in fish oil and a few other foods. However, our intake of Omega-6, which is a fat found in corn, soy, sunflower and other oils, is too high. The ideal ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 should be 1:1, but the typical American's ratio ranges greater than 20 to 1.

Omega-3 oils are essential to good glucose tolerance, and you need to remember that the worst fat of all is abundant in American diets - trans-fatty acids. Cells cannot get glucose or vitamin C inside when those cell walls are made by DuPont!

While Omega-3 can also be found in flaxseed, walnuts and a few other foods, the most beneficial form of Omega-3 - containing two fatty acids, DHA and EPA, that are essential to fighting and preventing both physical and mental disease - can only be found in fish. Unfortunately, fish often contains harmful mercury and other toxins, making it unsafe to consume in large quantities. Fish of all varieties from all water sources are now showing dangerously high levels of the tasteless but highly toxic metal, mercury.

Carlson's fish oil is one of the few brands that includes extra vitamin E, so you don't have to take extra vitamin E if you don't want to. Finally, I really appreciate its lemony taste as opposed to the strong fish taste you get in other fish oils. I highly recommend it.
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