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Natural Factors Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil 1000mg Softgels, 180-Count

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  • 180 Softgels
  • Rich in omega-3 EPA and DHA
  • No antibiotic or hormone residues

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Natural Factors Wild Salmon Oil softgels contain 100% pure salmon oil that have a naturally occurring ratio of nearly 1:1 EPA to DHA. The oil is extracted solely from already harvested salmon using fish parts that would otherwise be wasted, thereby conserving existing stocks. Natural Factors Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil is regularly tested for chemical residue and heavy metals to ensure a safe and pure source of fish oil.

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 3.4 x 5.6 inches ; 13.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B000CQQLF0
  • UPC: 068958022574
  • Item model number: NFC22574
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,308 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Kara Stenberg on April 5, 2011
I'm young and in good health (possibly from all the wild Alaskan salmon I already eat!) so it is difficult for me to see a personal gain to taking this supplement. However, I am convinced of this particular brand's benefit after seeing how it helped my mom. I've read articles questioning the benefit of fish oil supplements and I was tending to agree with them until I saw the results given by this superior supplement.

My mom is in her late 50s and is developing arthritis in her hands. Her knuckles are bony and her fingers lock up in her sleep so when she wakes up, they are frozen in odd positions that she cannot move them from right away. It has been like this for years with no sign of improvement. She has daily vitamins she takes and was also taking a daily fish oil supplement.

Then one day her sister suggested she try Natural Factors Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil capsules instead as she swore it helped her legs within a week. Mom took one softgel with dinner and the very next day she woke up and her hands weren't frozen into weird positions in the morning. Mom continued to take them. I visited mom several days later and I swear it was like her hands (and feet!) had gotten 20 years younger! The joints were no longer swollen at all and they didn't catch and lock in odd positions or ache.

It makes a lot of sense to me that there WOULD be a difference with this supplement as it comes from wild, Alaskan salmon which is known to have a higher omega count, healthy fatty acids, and far less mercury than other fish, especially farmed bottom-feeders that your standard fish oil pills are made out of. It stands to reason that a healthier fish will result in a healthier supplement and provide healthier benefits to the consumer.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Joker on March 31, 2009
I first purchased this product in 2002 and I have to say it is a great product. If you want to get a moderate amount of omega-3 fatty acids into your diet through salmon oil, try this brand. The oil is tested for contaminants such as mercury and PCBs. Finding salmon oil that is from WILD and ALASKAN salmon is somewhat tough. Any fish oil from wild fish is better than fish oil from farmed fish, because wild fish usually have a higher amount of omega-3 fatty acids. The omega-3 fatty acid content per capsule is 80 mg. EPA, 70 mg. DHA. Each capsule also contains 10 IU of vitamin E. Try this product.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By george&pat on March 1, 2008
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MY WIFE AND I HAVE TAKEN THIS SUPPLEMENT FOR YEARS. IT'S VERY DIFFICULT TO FIND WILD ALASKAN SALMON OIL VS JUST WILD SALMON OIL. I BELIEVE THERE WILL BE ALOT LESS MERCURY IN THOSE SALMON IN ALASKA, THAN THOSE FOUND IN OTHER AREAS OF THE COUNTRY.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SaveEnergy on May 25, 2011
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Its an excellent supplement, will boost energy level within days and provides the necessary fatty acids, has countless health benefits which you can find on the internet. The only better alternative is eating wild-caught alaskan salmon.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AKN TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 16, 2012
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We know how important omega-3 fatty acids are in our daily diet for cardiovascular health. The question is, how do we keep supplementing our diet with it? There are a variety of sources in pill form. Some brands have trace amounts of mercury from the fish used and others contain none. There is research available on the internet that shows how much mercury various brands contain.

If you are like me, you buy whatever omega-3 fish oil pills you happen to find when you need to restock your supply. So when I stumbled across these Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil Softgels,
I purchased them. They contain 1000 mg of omega-3 oil from wild salmon, which do not contain any mercury. The wild salmon season has just passed again, at least here where I live, meaning our ability to buy it here in south Florida. We had been eating wild salmon three times per week for the past three weeks. It's delicious baked with some white wine, and coated with a mixture of honey and strawberries.

These contain oil made from, according to the bottle, parts of the fish that are not eaten, so that no fish are wasted by making these supplements. That leaves me to ponder exactly what parts of the fish were used. Was it the heads, tails or guts, or a combination of all of these? It sounds unpleasant but all of the parts of the fish are edible.

These are made in Canada. Again, I wondered how or if they are tested in some way for content, both of amount of fish oil and contaminants. These things remain a mystery and with any supplement there is the element of the unknown. In a month I will get my cholesterol tested and see if the numbers have come down. Fish oil, when taken in a daily supplement, brings down the cholesterol count in the body.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By c2rnoc on September 15, 2014
I adopted a cat who would not stop licking himself. He was itchy and uncomfortable. Some hot spots got so bad, he would lick all the fur off and leave bare, red skin! Also, his fur was a bit different from my other 2 cats (he lacked the soft downy bottom fur. He just had the longer "hair" and then his pink skin would just show under it...) i assumed his odd fur had something to do with him being a Turkish van mix... But more on that later... I tried a lot of different products for his itchiness, including anti-itch creams, oils, vitamins... etc... even the fish oil Nordic Naturals made especially for cats (which gave him diarrhea as it was NOT salmon oil but just plain ol' "fish oil" dunno why they would call it "Nordic" if not to give the impression the fish is from COLD waters, so one would infer it's salmon, when it's not... but anyway...). I finally came upon this product. i tried adding a few drops to his wet food (after clipping the tip off the soft gel, yes, a bit gross and stinky, but I was desperate to help Mr. itchy here)... I've been giving him between 1/2 and 1/3 soft gel per day (he's a medium-sized cat) for about 3 weeks and... lo and behold! not only he has stopped SCRATCHING and LICKING himself raw (!) but he's started growing the bottom downy fur he didn't have before! Now he's so plush and soft, it's like... what??? went from scraggly adopted stray kitty to the plushest little thing! So, thumbs up to this product, a kitty life saver!!

FEB 25, 2015 UPDATE
Still have the same bottle I bought months ago (a little goes a long way for a cat). Still works! Love it!
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