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Where to find fish oil without glycerin or Soy - Allergic

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Where to find fish oil without glycerin or Soy - Allergic

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You aren't allergic to glycerin, glycerin occurs naturally in the body.

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Why not get your iodine, selenium and oil via seafood? Eat daily wild, oily fish (e.g. Alaskan salmon), shellfish (especially oysters) and various seaweeds (not just a single kind, arame seems to be pretty serious on iodine). As long as you're not eating too much poultry (which has too much O-6) and you're not cooking with O6 seed oils, you should be able to have better health overall by getting this type of nutrition via food rather than via pills.

If you insist on getting it via pills, this one is highly regarded among the Paleo community http://www.greenpasture.org/public/Products/ButterCodLiverBlend/index.cfm

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