Consumer Reports on omega-3s
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Review of 16 "top-selling" fish oil supplements "were reassuring," with all pills containing "roughly as much EPA and DHA as their labels promised," publisher reports in July issue. No products showed evidence of spoilage, and none contained significant amounts of mercury, PCBs or dioxin, CR finds. Firm notes "the choice boils down to price," with mass market options such as Kirkland Signature Natural Fish Oil and Member's Mark Omega 3 Fish Oil deemed "best buys." Other passing products include Sundown Fish Oil, Nature's Bounty Salmon Oil...
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