(Closed) Fish oil supplements

posted 3 years ago in Fitness
Post # 2
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Bee Keeper

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thefuturedrat :  I take Carlsens. Its liquid that you take with a spoon but it tastes like orange or lemon. Its got no 6 bc i was told to only take 3. 

Post # 3
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Honey bee

I don’t know a specific brand, but search for kosher vitamins.  They will identify whether the gelatin is pareve (i.e. a fish source) or from a meat source.  Most kosher gelatin is from a fish source.  If a kosher vitamin store doesn’t have it, it probably isn’t available.  Keep in mind, your kosher options might be limited and you might not get 3 and 6 in the same pill.

Also, you can take liquid fish oil.  It’s usually flavored so you don’t get the fishy aftertaste (i.e. fish burps), which I inevitably get even from the so-called odor-free pills.

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Busy bee

I’m veg and so take algae omega capsules, commonly found at health food stores. I hunk it’s just omega 3 though. So I’m not technically answering your question. I know there’s oils that don’t come in capsules but you can just measure it out with a spoon.

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