from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. oil obtained from the bodies of fish and marine animals, as whales, seals, sharks, from cods' livers, etc.

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  • n. a fatty oil obtained from the livers of various fish


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  • Taking a good-quality fish oil supplement will provide you with the omega-3 fatty acids you need to burn stored fat and eliminate excess omega-6 fatty acids, especially those from processed foods that are overconsumed in the standard American diet.

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  • I highly suggest that you stick with eating uncontaminated, sustainable fish or grass-fed foods, and supplementing with natural, highly purified fish oil from your health food or vitamin store that has been molecularly distilled, then converted back to the body-familiar, triglyceride form see Resources for an award-winning, environmentally responsible brand.

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  • Renew Life Formulas fish oil capsules and flax oil capsules

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  • They are like taluses and must have fish oil or palm-nut oil for their engines.

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  • The antiaging and even damage-reversing effect from fish oil was confirmed in a study published in the Journal of Lipid Research.

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  • If you take a fish oil supplement, make sure it contains the enzyme lipase to help digest the oil.

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  • If supplements such as fish oil were patentable synthetic drugs, the million-dollar TV ad campaign might go something like this: Common side effects include relief from dry skin; silkier hair; anti-inflammatory effects throughout the body; reduced joint pain; improved immunity, hormone function, moods, and cholesterol levels; and countless other desirables.

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  • I recommend selecting high-potency fish oil capsules that deliver 300 milligrams mg of EPA and 200 mg of DHA.

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  • Get your supplements and fiber going see chapter 9 with a blood sugar-stabilizing formula and fish oil for starters, and you’ll have much added support for issues that may be magnifying your cravings, weight gain, or moods.

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  • I’d say that for a good basic “American antidote” regimen with a high-end, whole-food-based multivitamin and mineral supplement, comprehensive blood sugar stabilizing formula, a pure, high-potency fish oil assuming you’re taking 3 to 4 per day, and one other targeted supplement from the charts ahead, you should expect to pay around $80 to $100 per month.

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