While I'm not too worried about my diet / supplements, I am wondering if I can better optimize it.
Right now, I supplement with Nutrasea 500mg EPA / 1,000mg DHA.
In these studies, it seems that DHA might have a greater link than EPA.
Would it be smarter to go with the 750mg EPA / 250mg DHA oil next time? Also, how long can you store a bottle in the fridge before oxidation issues?
Initially, I went high DHA as I read it was better for your heart and that it could be converted to EPA as needed by the body.
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on July 15, 2013
at 08:15 AM
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