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Benefits of Fish Oil

But is is an Omega 3? Or just another fatty acid?


regards, mgus

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It has 3, 6, and 9. and according to this page:

http://nutiva.com/nutrition/charts.php

It’s got something called super 3 and super 6. it is a hemp oil company so take it with a grain of salt.

i just worry about heavy metals and other contaminents in fish oils, and i like the taste of hemp over flax, but on that link there is a chart and it seems flax does have more omega 3, but that’s not the whole story. if you scroll to the bottom it has a direct comparision with flax.

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huff,

Have you tried magnesium tablets for the irregular and fast heartbeats? I use to have skips fairly often, and once I started taking magnesium they stopped. Also, my heart rate slowed down. Some people don’t absorb magnesium well, so it may be more than just dietary intake involved. Taking the tablets with food helps absorption, and there may be other ways to increase absorption perhaps.

http://www.wholehealthmd.com/refshe…525,890,00.html

(Your avatar: Not sure, but Fischer looks younger than 29 I think. During a game with Spassky, but pre 1972?)


I’ve tried magnesium - to no effect. I may not have taken it long enough for its therapeutic properties to kick in. Thanks for mentioning it, though. I hear potassium is also very important, and a deficiency of this mineral is a classic cause of arrhythmias and tachyacardia.

I’ve also noticed a correlation between my heart episodes and periods of high fast food intake, which is unfortunately frequent.

As per Fischer: I believe you are right. My avatar was probably pre 72.


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Thanks for the link on the hempseed. There are other thoughts on the ratio of different kind of fats as well. It may be speculation, but here is a summary of what I’ve read.

mgus - Healthiest fish for protein and omega-3?

Also, according to the link, the Omega3 in hempseed is mainly ALA, which is a precursor to EPA (or was it DHA?) and the conversion rates is pretty low. According to a Finnish study, where the test subjects had replaced table margarine and cooking oil with canola-based high ration ALA products, the effect measured in the blood was next to neglible, and estimated to being something along eating a salmon steak once or twice weekly. If I’ve understood this right, ALA is an Omega3, but not one that really does anything in the brain. Kind of like drinking non-alcoholic beer whilst trying to inebriate yourself.


regards, mgus

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mgus, Like any other food based supplement, I’m sure the greatest benefit would be to ingest a variety of types. Maybe a couple of fish caps before bed, a dose of flax in the morning and a tablespoon of hemp oil in your protein shake after working out. Or something like that.

What do you make of the super 3 and super 6? it seems to be a different compound not found in any of the other sources compared.

Trips,
depends on what you are after. I’ve no doubt that ALA fills a function - or that our bodies have figured out a use for it - but that doesn’t mean that it affects us as much as the other thing. It seems that our bodies use EPA / DHA for a lot of specific tasks, so just saying you’re going to ingest Omega 3 in general might not give the benefit you want. Having said that, I have no idea what Hemp oil is supposed to do for you that other oils wont.

About the “super omega 3 (SLA) & 6 (GLA)”, my guess is that GLA stands for Gamma Linolenic Acid. Can’t find a reference to SLA, but from the idea that either of them would have anything “super” about them I would venture to call hogwash, or sales trick.

EPA and DHA are kind of hard to come by in regular foodstuffs, with the exception of eating a lot of fish. ALA is cheap and plentiful. EPA and DHA seems to be the most important.


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

Should I take the fish oil or DHA directly, the latter contains more omega 3 but also doubled the price

From what I’ve been able to understand, EPA & DHA work in tandem in the brain. Depends on what you want it for, but personnally I’d take a product that has both. The interesting part is not the price in itself but the price per mg of Omega 3 (which is both EPA & DHA and another one or two fats).


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

I’ve seen the conversion for ALA to EPA and DHA range from 20 to one to 50 to one. Much more sensible just to take EPA and DHA. I’d skip the hempseed oil or whatever and just eat nuts occasionally for ALA. Fish oil should contain DHA, check the label. Straight DHA usually comes from fish oil, unless it’s vegetarian fish oil derived from algae. Take whatever combination gives you the highest EPA/DHA.


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thank you mgusand zaneblue I have bought fish oil today, the cheaper one which contains 40mg EPA and 27mg DHA in a 396mg capsule. I notice that the nomal capsule of fish oil is 1000mg, but the one I bought is only 396mg, the reconmadation dosage is 4 capsule per day, is that enough?

I have looked through this post, but still not clear about what is the benefit to PE from fish oil?

sms,

you are getting ~70 mg Omega3 per capsule, four capsules a day gives you ~280 mg a day. The percentage is 17 % which is pretty low - most brands have ~30 % Omega 3 in them - you get what you pay for. It’s not the amount of fish oil that is interesting, it is the amount of Omega 3 you get.

280 mg daily is considerably less than what is used in many of the trials reported in www.oilofpisces.com (many trials are in the range of 1000-3000 mg daily), but the real question is what you are taking it for? I see you live in Japan, which is reputed to have a very high consumption of fish per capita - if you eat fish daily, maybe taking extra is overkill? Depends on what you want it for - I take it for general prevention of heart problems etc and especially to make sure I never get hit by depression again. But I take rouughly 2000-3000 mg daily of Omega 3, or 1-2 tablespoons of liquid fish oil. It has no reported effects on PE.


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

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