Low purity omega-3 test
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A simple test will determine whether omega-3 fish oil supplements are pure, according to Vlad Coric, M.D., chief of inpatient services, Yale University Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit. Coric says if omega-3 supplements left in a freezer for 24 hours turn white and cloudy, "you're consuming lard." Pure omega-3 fatty acids remain liquid at below room temperature while lower purity products will solidify at freezing temperatures, Coric states...
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