What is the correct fish oil dosage to be taking? Another related question to this is how do we know how much fish oil we are taking.
The reason to ask that question is that some experts argue that we do not need to be taking supplements. They believe that our regular diet provides all that we need.
Diet is the subject of a lot of debate at the moment, with obesity levels rising and more children seeming to be victims of allergies.
It is not easy to keep up with the latest thinking on what is supposed to be good for us and what we should be eating. Trying to work out how much of our essential fatty acid requirement we are getting is a nightmare.
This is why I am in favour of supplementation. At least if you take a supplement, you just have to read the label, or do you.
How do you know how much DHA and EPA should be provided, and what are Ibutamoren MK-677 they anyway? A little research is needed before you get to reading the labels.
When it comes to choosing the best supplement, the headline amounts of the various components are not the whole story. Not all supplements have the same standards.
This is too deep a subject to go into in this article but we can look at some basic rules of thumb. What is the daily dosage recommended by the manufacturer?
Does this dosage provide around 1000mg of omega-3? Of that, is at least 500mg in the form of DHA? Is there at least 100mg of EPA?
Enteric coating of the capsules helps these active ingredients survive the hostile ace environment of your stomach so that you get the full benefit of them.
There are some other beneficial ingredients that a good quality supplement should supply. But this represents a good baseline for measuring your fish oil dosage.