Fish Oil, 1000 mg, 100 Softgels
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Fish Oil, 1000 mg, 100 Softgels

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MSRP: $ 15.95

Fish Oil Supplement may help with:
Cardiovascular Health
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Formulated by Ray Sahelian, MD
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Fish Oil supplement pill, top quality

  • Cardiovascular health support
  • 300 mg EPA/DHA per pill
  • Dietary supplement
  • Highest quality

Source, origin
This Fish Oil supplement is obtained from non-endangered species of fish such as anchovies, mackerel, sardines. Fish oils are helpful in improving circulation and thinning the blood. *

Suggested Use, dosage, how much to take:

As a dietary supplement, take one to four softgels in the morning right before or with breakfast or as recommended by your health care provider.

Side effects, safety:
Although fish oil ingestion is safe, high doses, more than 4 or 5 pills a day, could thin the blood or cause too much alertness leading to problems with sleep at night. See the latest research and review on Fish Oils and side effects.

Updated: December 12 2016

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings Per Bottle:  100 Softgels
Amount Per Capsule % Daily Value
Calories
10
Calories from Fat
10
Total Fat 1 g 2%
Cholesterol
5 g
2%
Natural Fish Oil Concentrate
1000 mg
Omega-3 Fatty Acids including
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA, Docosahexaenoic Acid) (DHA)
300 mg
† Daily Value or Recommended Daily Intake Not Established
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin contains Fish (Anchovy, Mackerel, Sardine).

Influence on brain function
J Nutr Health Aging. 2016. Fish Oil Supplementation Increases Event-Related Posterior Cingulate Activation in Older Adults with Subjective Memory Impairment. To determine the effects of long-chain omega-3 (LCn-3) fatty acids found in fish oil, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), on cortical blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) activity during a working memory task in older adults with subjective memory impairment. Healthy older adults (62-80 years) with subjective memory impairment, but not meeting criteria for mild cognitive impairment or dementia. Fish oil (EPA+DHA: 2.4 g/d) or placebo (corn oil for 24 weeks. At 24 weeks erythrocyte membrane EPA+DHA composition increased significantly from baseline in participants receiving fish oil but not placebo. In the fish oil group, BOLD increases at 24 weeks were observed in the right posterior cingulate and left superior frontal regions during memory loading. A region-of-interest analysis indicated that the baseline to endpoint change in posterior cingulate cortex BOLD activity signal was significantly greater in the fish oil group compared with the placebo group. Dietary fish oil supplementation increases red blood cell omega-3 content, working memory performance, and BOLD signal in the posterior cingulate cortex during greater working memory load in older adults with subjective memory impairment suggesting enhanced neuronal response to working memory challenge.

Influence on brain function
J Nutr Health Aging. 2016. Fish Oil Supplementation Increases Event-Related Posterior Cingulate Activation in Older Adults with Subjective Memory Impairment. To determine the effects of long-chain omega-3 (LCn-3) fatty acids found in fish oil, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), on cortical blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) activity during a working memory task in older adults with subjective memory impairment. Healthy older adults (62-80 years) with subjective memory impairment, but not meeting criteria for mild cognitive impairment or dementia. Fish oil (EPA+DHA: 2.4 g/d) or placebo (corn oil for 24 weeks. At 24 weeks erythrocyte membrane EPA+DHA composition increased significantly from baseline in participants receiving fish oil but not placebo. In the fish oil group, BOLD increases at 24 weeks were observed in the right posterior cingulate and left superior frontal regions during memory loading. A region-of-interest analysis indicated that the baseline to endpoint change in posterior cingulate cortex BOLD activity signal was significantly greater in the fish oil group compared with the placebo group. Dietary fish oil supplementation increases red blood cell omega-3 content, working memory performance, and BOLD signal in the posterior cingulate cortex during greater working memory load in older adults with subjective memory impairment suggesting enhanced neuronal response to working memory challenge.