I know some of you take Omega-3 supplements daily. My husband does too, but it's always been in a capsule form. When I asked him if he'd like to try a liquid form he said, "Are you crazy?" :) I told him it said it tastes good, he was skeptical. Well we got it, and he tried it (after looking at the bottle a few days...I guess working up his nerve) and he liked it. The flavor is not at all unpleasant, in fact you are supposed to refrigerate it after opening it, and he said he likes to take his spoonful when it's cold. You only take it once a day, and so far (after three days of using it), no fishy burps (common w/the capsules).
The Wild Alaskan fish oil is naturally orange, and derived from sustainable Alaskan fish caught by American fishermen.
The following is information from Wiley's:
Great Tasting Liquid Fish Oil!
Get your Omega-3s in a liquid! Our all natural, rich orange color liquid is reflective of the Wild Alaskan Pollock diet. We gently process the oil to remove environmental contaminants while preserving the natural micronutrients Vitamin A & D and the super antioxidant Astaxanthin.
· Each teaspoon contains
o 440mg EPA, 220mg DHA for a total of 660mg EPA + DHA
o 220mg Omega-7
o 600mg Omega-9
o Naturally contains (not added) Vitamin A (3000-8000 IU) and Vitamin D3 (1-10 IU)
o Naturally contains (not added) Astaxanthin 5-15mcg per serving
· Take 1 tsp. per day; 8.45 fl. oz. bottle is a 50 day supply!
Being a fish oil in liquid, it seems intimidating at first, but I tried it this morning, and it's not bad at all! Definitely not fishy tasting, which is what I guess I expected, even though my husband told me otherwise. How about you? Would you consider a liquid form of Alaskan Fish Oil?
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