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Dr. Tobias Omega-3 Fish Oil, Triple Strength, Supports Brain & Heart Health, 2000 mg per Serving, 180 Soft Gels (2 Daily)

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Product Description

How big are the capsules?

The capsules are 1’ length. We recommend taking them with a glass of water. If you have difficulty swallowing you might try swallowing the capsules with a smoothie or apple sauce.

How should I store Dr. Tobias Omega 3 Fish Oil?

Our Fish Oil is safely secured in a sealed air-tight container to prevent light and oxygen exposure. Store at room temperature, out of direct sunlight. Refrigeration is fine but not required. Do not freeze, as this may cause the capsules to crack.

Is Dr. Tobias Omega 3 Fish Oil in triglyceride or ethyl ester form?

Our Fish Oil is delivered in the ethyl ester form. The ethyl ester form of Omega 3 is absorbed by endothelial cells of the intestinal lining, resulting in a slower, more sustained uptake of EPA and DHA, an advantage of this form of Omega 3.

When will I notice results?

In general, the more deficient you are in a vitamin or nutrient, the faster you’ll see a difference when taking supplements. Typically, you’ll begin to experience noticeable changes 3-6 weeks after beginning your regime.

What if I have additional questions?

Our customer team is always happy to help with any questions you have along the way.

YOUR MAJOR BODILY PROCESSES DEPEND ON OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS TO FUNCTION AT THEIR BEST

Why Dr Tobias Omega 3 Fish Oil

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Our mission is to encourage people to become the best versions of themselves. We are passionate about wellness and want you to achieve your health goals. Whether you want to improve digestive health, joint support, boost energy or detox, we have a product to get you there.

Important information

Safety Information

Individuals with a known medical condition or food sensitivity, pregnant or nursing mothers, and children under 18 should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. The product is manufactured and packaged in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and crustacean shellfish. ALLERGEN WARNING: CONTAINS FISH (HERRING, ANCHOVY, SARDINE, SALMON AND MACKEREL) AND SOY. The bottom of the bottle shows expiry date (BEST BY), manufacturing date (MFD) and Lot number (LOT#). Do not use when product has expired.

Ingredients

Fish Oil Omega 3 – EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) – DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)  – Other ingredients: Gelatin (bovine), vegetable glycerin, purified water enteric coating, and natural vitamin E.

Directions

Suggested Use: For best experience, take with meals. Two soft gels daily with meals as a dietary supplement, or as directed by a health care professional. Do not exceed recommended dosage.

Legal Disclaimer

Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

Additional information

Weight 10,41 lbs
Item Package Quantity

180, 360, 60, 90

Product Dimensions ‏

‎ 2.52 x 2.52 x 5.41 inches; 10.41 Ounces

Date First Available ‏

‎ April 10, 2013

ASIN

‎ B00CAZAU62

Manufacturer

‎ Dr. Tobias

Comentarios (10)

  1. Amazonaddiction

    No upset stomach or burping!The size of these pills is a bit off putting, but they do go down easily enough when you drink them with water. In the photo the Omega is the gel looking pill closest to the ruler, the top capsule is my multi vitamin. The best thing about them is there is no nasty after taste, they don’t upset my stomach or give me the burps like other fish oil supplements I have tried in the past! I take a lot of supplements on a daily basis, so adding these wasn’t that big of a deal. The price is not bad, but not super great either. I think it’s worth the cost to improve my health, especially if I get the results I am hoping for. I’ll let you know in a few months if it got my cholesterol levels where they should be. Hope this helps.

  2. DovaKeen

    OK if you want to avoid fish burps, otherwise look elsewhereMy boyfriend bought these for us to use as a daily supplement. His reasoning for picking this brand is because many people report that there is no fishy after taste or «fish burps.» After using these fish oil softgels for about a month, I must say that I agree. Compared to the CVS brand we were using before, these are slightly smaller in size and easy to swallow (please continue to read below, main concern listed at the very end).Some thoughts and concerns that may lead me to try a different brand after we have finished this bottle:**The label clearly states that their statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, however the product has been manufactured and packaged in a FDA inspected facility; this worries me because it claims to have been tested for mercury, PCB, and other toxins. After conducting my own research, the International Fish Oil Standards (IFOS) Program is the only third party company to test and certify brands of fish oil for purity, potency, and freshness. (Maintaining consistency throughout the manufacturing process is often an issue for fish oil, you do not always get 100% of what is listed on the bottle). I highly recommend looking into their website along with their list of certified fish oil companies. While browsing through the list you can read the full consumer report which tells you everything you need to know about the ingredients, what the standard limits are (for various toxins, metals, etc.), and exactly how much was found in the tested batch.**The claim «triple strength» on the front of the bottle is deceiving in the sense that many people will believe this brand contains a higher potency or concentration – the truth is that their trifecta refers to the fact that it contains omega-3’s, DHA’s, and EPA’s. These softgels do not contain EXTRA strength, it is very common to find DHA and EPA with omega-3’s in fish oil.**There are 180 softgels per bottle, but that equals 90 servings, or roughly a three month supply, for one person. I find greater simplicity in my morning routine with single doses, as opposed to taking multiples of daily supplements.**The recommended dose with this brand is two (2) softgels a day because EACH single softgel contains 1,000mg of fish oil, and 700mg of that is omega-3’s. Keep in mind that the recommended daily dosage for omega-3’s is anywhere between 2,000-4,000mg (depending on the individual’s needs and current diet). So, even when taking the dose of two softgels a day, you are only receiving 1,400mg of omega-3’s – not a full, daily dosage.**After doing the math, PER single softgel there is roughly 23% (400mg) EPA’s and roughly 17% (300mg) DHA’s. The higher the percentage means you will see greater advantages. Usually high quality companies contain higher concentrations of these ingredients. The best form of DHA’s and EPA’s is in a triglyceride, though this label does not clarify. Triglycerides, in comparison to ethyl esters, are easily recognized by the body whereas ethyl esters are not necessarily (ethyl ester’s have only been seen in human diet consumption over the last 20 years).**Another new ingredient in human diet, included in this product, is HPMC – commonly used as a thickener, . The ingredient has been approved by the FDA for human consumption, but an acceptable daily intake has not yet been established. Despite the fact that it is FDA approved and claims that there is no risk to humans, I personally do not trust the ingredient as it would not be the first time that a mistake was made by the FDA regarding health.**This product does contain gelatin, commonly used as capsule material. It also contains vegetable glycerin, commonly used to harden the capsule and prevent breakage.**DO NOT ALLOW EXTENDED EXPOSURE TO LIGHT. Oxidation may occur due to light exposure and consuming oxidized oils can be very harmful to health.**The added vitamin E works like a tocopherol, which helps to prevent oxidation.**Upon the allergy warning, it does list that it contains soy. Any added soy, nuts, or gluten may be an indication that the product is not completely pure.**Since this is a fish oil, it will obviously contain some type of fish. Based on the allergy warning, the only fish listed is sardines, which is very commonly used. Other common options (listed by increasing price) include anchovy, salmon, and krill. Krill is newer on the market and contains significantly less fat, however do your research before purchasing.**MAIN CONCERN: Enteric coating. This ingredient is what brought many people here to try the product because this helps prevent the fishy after taste. However, most enteric coatings are made from synthetic materials that may contain harmful BPA or PVC. Some companies use an enteric coating to mask poor fish oil quality (I do not believe that this is the case with this product, but it is something to keep in mind when researching other brands). Most enteric coatings are acid-resistant, meaning that it will not dissolve in your stomach. This is good to prevent fish burps, but may have other unpleasant effects depending on the individual. If all goes well, the fish oil softgel will travel safely from your stomach to your small intestine. Once it reaches the neutral pH of your small intestine it will quickly breakdown in just minutes. For those not so lucky, this might not be the case. If you regularly take antacids or heartburn medication, eat a vegan diet, are highly stressed, or have an infection, you may not have success with enteric coatings. These types of products or situations reduce the acid in your stomach, which makes the softgel think it has reached the neutral small intestine, therefore breaking down in the stomach and results in fish burps. On the other hand, if your diet has a high acidic content, the softgels may not dissolve at all in your body and pass right through your stomach, small intestine, and out the other end.Below are some articles and websites that I used when researching fish oil, some of the information was used to construct this review. I completely believe in knowing exactly what you are putting into your body because in today’s world there is deceit around every corner. Personally I would not recommend this product if you are concerned about the products you ingest. Many people have had success with this product, and I am not saying that I have had a bad experience. I just wish that we had done more research on what the ingredients are before purchasing. Being aware of the ingredients is also only 50% of research – the other 50% is often difficult, extensive research on the company and their practices. In this case that may involve investigating their manufacturing process, where they obtain their fish, what they use to create the enteric coating, etc. If avoiding the unpleasant fishy taste and fish burps is your main concern, then this may very well be the right product for you. If you are truly looking for a quality fish oil, I would recommend continuing your research because you may find a different brand that suits your needs.What to look for in fish oil: […]International Fish Oil Standards:[…]Triglycerides vs Ethyl Esters: […]Enteric Coatings:[…]

  3. TerriY

    Top Notch Fish OilMy sister, who is a health and wellness coach, did her research and recommended these. I noticed that these are slightly smaller than the other brand capsules sold at my local grocery so easier to swallow, and they don’t cause me fishy tasting burps for hours the way the other brand does. Hoping that they’ll help with my joint inflammation. Pretty sure I’ll get some benefit and although these are pricey, it’s probably cheaper/easier than buying/cooking/eating salmon and you never know if actual grocery-store fish is free of contaminants like these capsules are tested to be.

  4. Carol denson

    This helps a lot tooTotally work with your bones muscles heart and everything

  5. Bevy

    It Works!I like Dr. Tobias fish oil capsule because it works and doesn’t leave a fishy taste or has a fishy smell. Some tablets leave you with those problems which led to my search for something better and recommendations from a friend. I purchase a bottle and this product is what I use now. I recommend it.

  6. Ringo

    No refluxGreat product and no reflux like other similar products I’ve tried.

  7. Joseph D Kelly

    It’s pricey. I may look for an alternative.Eye health as recommended by the ophthalmologist.

  8. jiangping yu

    Good productVery good product.

  9. dana futrell

    No after tasteBest way to keep your arteries open and there easy to take and mo after taste.

  10. Amazon Customer

    No after tasteEasy to swallow.. no after taste, no burning fish taste. Awesome product@

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