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Anyone else take fish oil? if you do what kind?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 25, 2013 at 3:33 AM

I take the liquid version of Nordic Naturals Arctic Cod Liver Oil

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on April 26, 2013
at 05:19 PM

There is no one Paleo -- many paleo folks who don't have issues with lactose incorporate dairy. In this case, the high vitamin butter oil is extracted from milk produced by cows that graze exclusively grass and is casein and lactose free. I also use ghee made from grass fed butter occasionally. It's highly nutritious and excellent for you IMO.

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on April 25, 2013
at 06:09 PM

isn't butter not paleo cause it has dairy?

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on April 25, 2013
at 02:19 PM

Look into creatine monohydrate. Shown over and over to be protective against neurodegenerative disease.

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on April 25, 2013
at 12:33 PM

thats a good brand, I prefer the liquid oil so when I run out of mine I'll order some liquid oil from them

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on April 25, 2013
at 12:40 PM

I only found out about "Paleo" yesterday. Literally tripped over it while looking for something else. I am intrigued.

I have been and continue to take Sundown Naturals Odorless Omega-3 Fish Oil, 1200mg. 60 coated softgels/bottle, so there's enough for a month. I take one in a.m. & another in p.m. I buy these for about $7.50/bottle from a local "dollar store," because I simply canNOT afford anything costing more.

My memory was getting terrible (I'm 66), my dad had dementia and, for years, I have been/continue to be SO afraid of following in his footsteps. An acquaintance of mine said she gave her grandmother Omega-3 and had seen first hand what a positive difference it had made, so I started taking them too. It took a little while, but I can't believe what a happy and positive difference it has made for me! I told my Dr, and she totally agreed and was happy about my taking them. Now I won't go without taking them!

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on April 25, 2013
at 02:19 PM

Look into creatine monohydrate. Shown over and over to be protective against neurodegenerative disease.

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on April 25, 2013
at 04:14 AM

I take Green Pasture fermented cod liver oil. It's a whole food rather than extracted DHA/EPA so I feel really good about taking it. Also getting healthy amounts of A & D in good proportions. They have a nice FAQ on their site.

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on April 25, 2013
at 07:12 PM

Sisu Salmon Oil + I supplement MCT oil (Just make sure you get pure coconut... I got coconut and palm by accident and you can definitely taste the palm)

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on April 25, 2013
at 06:16 PM

My budget approach is Trader Joe's fish oil capsules. They seem to do the trick as my HDL is great, my trigs are rock bottom.

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on April 25, 2013
at 04:38 PM

I take Green Pastures FCLO Butter Oil Blend - Cinnamon Tingle Gel. Amazing! The fermentation process allows the oil to be separated from the livers without damaging the vitamin or polyunsaturated fatty acid (omega 3/EPA/DHA) content of the oil. Processing is everything. Cold processing and fermentation protect the naturally occurring nutrients (omega 3 fatty acids as well as vitamins A & D) present in cod liver oil, however, heat processing will damage them.

If you are looking for the additional value of vitamin K2, then the butter oil blend is likely your best choice. Fermented cod liver oil on its own may have some K2 value, but with the butter oil added, the K2 value is higher.

It's more expensive, yes, but I'm willing to pay for quality and support the people who take the time to do things properly for the betterment of the consumers health, and not to just line their pockets.

F40448d3eb00eb159334ee7bfb2b693a

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on April 25, 2013
at 06:09 PM

isn't butter not paleo cause it has dairy?

5b9a25a1a676397a25579dfad59e1d7b

(2318)

on April 26, 2013
at 05:19 PM

There is no one Paleo -- many paleo folks who don't have issues with lactose incorporate dairy. In this case, the high vitamin butter oil is extracted from milk produced by cows that graze exclusively grass and is casein and lactose free. I also use ghee made from grass fed butter occasionally. It's highly nutritious and excellent for you IMO.

F40448d3eb00eb159334ee7bfb2b693a

(45)

on April 25, 2013
at 12:33 PM

thats a good brand, I prefer the liquid oil so when I run out of mine I'll order some liquid oil from them

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