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>One concern is what’s in the other 70%.<

Batter?

Originally Posted by memento
Batter?

LOL. Only if “batter” qualifies as a “concentrated fish oil.”


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Originally Posted by MM
if the “other oils” counteracted some of the beneficial effects of EPA and DHA.

Certainly is possible — there are a few supplements and drugs that need to be taken on an empty stomach (or at least not in combination with certain nutrients) to work effectively. Never seen this mentioned in the protocols for fish-oil studies, however. And then there are all the epidemiological studies that use whole-fish consumption as the pseudo-IV…

BTW, the Kirkland brand I got does have a USP label, if that means anything.


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Originally Posted by Para-Goomba
Certainly is possible — there are a few supplements and drugs that need to be taken on an empty stomach (or at least not in combination with certain nutrients) to work effectively. Never seen this mentioned in the protocols for fish-oil studies, however.

Neither have I. I’m just trying to suggest a possible reason that the grading system might be justified.

We know that there are good fats and bad fats. For instance, somebody who takes olive oil with a transfat is probably not seeing the same benefits as someone who takes olive oil straight up.

But I’m just speculating.


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Originally Posted by MM
BTW, the Kirkland brand I got does have a USP label, if that means anything.

Interesting. USP introduced a new program for verifying the quality of supplements. As far as I can tell from the site’s listings, there’s still no Reference Standard for fish oil pills (and hence no “pharmaceutical grading”), but it’s assuring to see that the USP is testing unregulated supplements for quality. CR/CU released an influential report a while ago about potentially hazardous supplements available on the market.

Okay, I apologize for not being hep to the Costco deals out there. Transfats and omega-6 fatty acids cancel out the effects of omega-3 fatty acids, so the more transfats and polyunsaturated vegetable oils consumed, the more fish oil should be taken.

I highly doubt fish oil contains omega-6 fatty acids. However fish oil does go rancid quite easily when exposed to heat and light (keep that huge bottle of fish oil in a cool place, Para-goomba). It oxidizes when rancid and can cause harmful effects in the body. If care is not taken in processing to avoid heat, this can happen. Although I assume all that was mentioned in the notorious fish oil company webpages pushing the pharmaceutical product.


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Originally Posted by zaneblue
(keep that huge bottle of fish oil in a cool place

LOL — don’t worry, it’s 6 bottles of 250 each. My fish oil won’t sit around going rancid for the next couple years :)

Originally Posted by zaneblue
I highly doubt fish oil contains omega-6 fatty acids.

The label says there’s 0.5 g of saturated fat and less than 0.5 g of polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat. That’s pretty vague.

PG: Thanks for the info on the USP label. I’ll keep my eyes open for it in the future.


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My daily dose of fish oils might be adding up to 3 grams of saturated fat to my diet each day. Nothing to worry about in my book, but worth considering if one takes enormous doses.

Originally Posted by zaneblue
Good God, they are putting polyunsaturated fat in with the fish oil!

Zaneblue, EPA and DHA are polyunsaturated fats.

The only ingredients in any fish oil pills I’ve seen have been fish oil, gelatin, and glycerin. The differences in concentration of EPA & DHA are the degree to which the manufacturer removes other fish fatty acids to isolate the EPA & DHA.

>Kirkland Signature Brand fish oil sells on amazon for $14 a bottle. I’ve never bought a bottle of fish oil in a drugstore that cost under $10, especially not a 300 count bottle.

I don’t buy pills from Amazon. Feel free to look at the prices in a Costco or Sam’s Club yourself.

>I don’t want to talk to you about him. I’m dodging you because you are being rude about him and it’s making me angry.

So, any questions about this guy’s reasoning make you angry to the point you can’t provide rational answers? Why? Do you really take my quotations around “expert” before your guru’s name as such an insult - akin to not capitalizing “god” in the eyes of some?

No. You’re just redirecting and making excuses to not address my question.

I’ll ask yet again, why does this guy think expensive fish oil is better than cheaper fish oil? How did he arrive at this conclusion?

>I am not a fish oil expert and my n is small, but I’d say I’ve got a good twenty people who were on regular fish oil who switched to the Sears pharmaceutical grade and noticed a qualititative difference in libido and orgasmic capacity.

Who are these people “you’ve got”? Oh, please don’t get offended over the quotation marks. Take a deep breath and 3 fish oil capsules. Well, not that you should choke on them. Drink them down with water, and then take a deep breath.

Could be. If someone was taking 5 caps of low concentration fish oil and switches to 5 caps of twice the concentration they’d be getting twice the dose. Maybe it’s not grade, but dose? Have you considered that possibility?

>So the NOW stuff would give 43g of EPA and 29g of DHA for $11.00. And I strongly suspect your brand cost more than any $8 since amazon sells it for $14. Pretty sure the pharmaceutical grade is cheaper.

What are the price figures per gram for the pharmaceutical grade you take? Surely you take fish oil.

Of course they are. Sorry, I’m beat, feeling brain dead. Used to thinking about the polyunsaturated fats people normally eat—corn oil, safflower oil, soybean oil, etc.


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Originally Posted by hobby
Why? Do you really take my quotations around “expert” before your guru’s name as such an insult - akin to not capitalizing “god” in the eyes of some?

Yes, I do. He’s a friend and was there for me when everyone was telling me I’m crazy and I couldn’t get a PI or funding. I’d like to punch your lights out you fucking big prick—you and your insulting “alleged expert” I don’t listen to gurus while he’s out there trying to find a cure for alcoholism and depression.


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