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I was at the drug store today, looked at GNC salmon & fish oil. The salmon said no sugar, starch, artificial colors or flavors, preservatives, sodium free, no wheat, corn, gluten, soy or dairy, yeast free.
It looked really good til I realized that each capsule is only 300mg so I'd go through 6 in one day.
Their fish oil did not say that it was free of all of the above, it was free of some things but soy was not one of them.
 

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let me know what you think of vital choice. they get great reviews.....for the way they extract their oils....

once i'm done with mercola salmon oil, i am going to try this one.

although, have to say mercola gets good reviews too.

Wasn't Mercola one that had 300mg per capsule too? Might not be, this thread has my head swimming and I'm on my tablet, too hard for me to check. Anyway, if I'm right and it is low mg per capsule, that is why I'm going with the Vital stuff.
 

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A couple of fish oils that may be promising. I don't know if the daily amounts are what everyone needs/wants, but I don't plan to use them every day, as long as I can feed frozen "oily" fish once a week or so. Anyway, thought I'd pass them along in case anyone is interested.

Super Omega-3 (400mg EPA/200mg DHA) from COUNTRY LIFE on sale. Find information about COUNTRY LIFE This was recommended on a raw feeding yahoo group. This is the only place I've found it, but there may be others if you want to search.

Finest Natural Fish Oil 1200 mg Dietary Supplement Softgels | Walgreens -- This is the one I just bought. Also recommended on raw feeding yahoo group. It's sold by Walgreen (not available at web site the last time I looked), but not every Walgreen has it, if that made any sense. There's a Walgreen on practically every corner where I live, but I lucked out and found it a the first one I went to. It's also listed at Drugstore.com but I was afraid to order it, just in case what they had was actually a "newer" formulation which DOES contain soy. It must be specifically item 513717, the only one that doesn't have vitamin E/soy and such. I can't find a picture of the label on line, but I'm looking at the bottle right now, and there are 2400 mg of fish oil per 2 capsules, total of 720 mg Omega-3 (anchovy, mackerel, sardine), other ingredients gelatin and glycerin (gel cap ingredients maybe?)

This fish oil thing is enough to give one a headache, just in case I didn't already have one.

Donna/Nana
 
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