Fish Oils – Part II

I should have added to the previous post that a fishy smell and fishy burps are often the unpleasant side effects of a fish oil supplement that is RANCID. I know – how could I have left that out?! Taking rancid fish oil is clearly not what anyone is aiming for so definitely opt for a high quality supplement (suggestions in previous post).In addition, fish oil supplements stored in dark bottles in the refrigerator are less likely to be rancid. I’m guessing there might be some people throwing out their supplements and getting new ones right about now…  :) It’s worth the expense though!

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12 thoughts on “Fish Oils – Part II

  1. Oh my gosh, that’s so gross! I checked the brand on mine and they’re Kirkland (costco’s brand), so they’re not on your list! But they don’t smell like fish, so I think I’ll finish the jar and then buy one of your brands next.

  2. Just stumbled upon your blog and adore it! I’m making an effort to eat healthier now, so I can see your posts will be very helpful to me. In fact, just a month ago I started replacing Coke with mineral water like you suggested a few posts ago! It has helped tremendously, especially regarding weight loss. :)

    Keep up the great work! xo

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