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EPA/DHA
February 1, 2011
12:27 pm
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Four softgels of Critical Omega gives you 3,360 mg of total omega-3s, including 710 mg of total EPAand DHA, the beneficial omega-3s.  Five softgels would give you 4,200 mg of total omega-3s and 3,550 mg of EPA and DHA.  

4,000 mg is a high dose, but in some cases this high amount is recommended.  For example, the American Heart Association recommends between 2,000 mg and 4,000 mg daily for people with high triglyceride levels. Omega oils have been shown to support the nervous system, brain, heart and other organs and significantly improve overall health.‡

January 31, 2011
8:35 pm
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I have diabetes type2, high cholesterol and blood pressure .
When I take the cholesterol meds my body gets very hot, so the Doctor told me
to take 4000 mgs of fish oil.

Right now I'm taking for 4 fish gels of the
critical omega.

Is this too much and what are the benefits of EPA & DHA ?

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