fish oil is bad!  really?

FISH OIL

FIRST PROSTATE CANCER, NOW IT’S JUST PLAIN BAD

“The research found more problems when it looked specifically at levels of two particular omega-3s that are promoted for brain and heart health: docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Tests showed that at least a dozen products contained DHA levels that were, on average, 14 percent less than listed on their packaging.”  From Wednesday’s edition of the New York Times (What’s in Your Fish Oil Supplements?)
Just a few months ago, it was PROSTATE CANCER, and now we find out that The New York Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine, and several other heavy-hitters in the media have been reporting on a recent study by a company (LabDoor) that tests Nutritional Supplements.  It seems that — surprise surprise — many Fish Oil supplements are substandard.  Not only that, but the lab stated that, “Every fish oil supplement tested contained measurable amounts of mercury“.  None of this should come as a surprise if you have read much of my materiel or been in my office.  If you want to find out why most health food store or Mal Wart fish oil supplements are often worse than not taking any fish oil supplement at all, take a moment to visit our PGFO PAGE.
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