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Labdoor analyzed 54 best-selling fish oil supplements in the United States, measuring total omega-3s, EPA and DHA, vitamin D, and CLA content, methylmercury concentration, and total oxidation values

Total omega-3 content varied by an average of 276% versus the stated label claims, compared to a 274% average variance in EPA content and a 202% average variance in DHA content

All but 4 supplements contained measurable amounts of mercury, with the category averaging 2FREE 26 Page Report 15 RecipesInside this FREE report, youll discover The Best Time to Take Fish OilVideo of the DayMeal TimesOne of the most common complaints of taking fish oil is fishy burps and belches.4 PPB (part per billion) of mercury The worst offenders included Nature Made Cod Liver Oil and Natrol’s Omega-3–both of which recorded mercury levels of 6 PPB/serving–and Spring Valley Triple Strength Fish Oil, which recorded 10 PPM mercury/serving

Products recorded an average of 17 calories per serving, ranging from 0 to 45 calories per serving Average EPA/DHA concentration was measured at 47%, ranging from 2 to 97% in the 51 products tested in this study One serving of the average fish oil supplement contained 4733mg of EPA and 2431mg of DHA

Fish oil product safety is strongly tied to manufacturing purity Contamination with mercury, rancidity (TOTOX score), and PCB content may contribute to the development of adverse health effects

Omega-3 fatty acids are clinically shown to improve cardiovascular conditions (including hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease, and hypertension) and, according to limited evidence, may also improve cognitive performance, reduce anxiety, enhance athletic performance, and reduce the risk of certain types of cancer

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