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    All I know is the virgin krills were very sexy, even for an old guy like DF
    we all do outlandish sexy things for DF. Its too hard to resist.

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    What to do if ur allergic to shell fish? Vegan only omega's??

    I didnt touch krill or fish oils for 3 months, added fiber to my shakes and my hdl is at a 61, ehich is outstanding, and my ldl went doen to the lowest ive seen it in 10 yrs, and im not sure Why? Usually krill and omega 3's help hdl, if i had none what could ut have been that helped my hdl go up


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    Quote Originally Posted by j2048b View Post
    What to do if ur allergic to shell fish? Vegan only omega's??

    I didnt touch krill or fish oils for 3 months, added fiber to my shakes and my hdl is at a 61, ehich is outstanding, and my ldl went doen to the lowest ive seen it in 10 yrs, and im not sure Why? Usually krill and omega 3's help hdl, if i had none what could ut have been that helped my hdl go up
    Avoid fish products with shellfish, no need to go full vegan. Nordic, IIRC, avoid shellfish in their products. An expensive option but an option nonetheless.

    Fish oil does increase HDL in some, not all, folks but it's main benefit for lipids comes from the dramatic triglyceride reduction (20% is common). As for your specific situation, I cannot even begin to comment on what may have helped since I have no idea what your lifestyle habits entail

    A word of warning when it comes to interpreting lipid panels. Do not focus too much on individual markers. Consider the bigger picture.
    If you have high HDL, a good TC:HDL ratio, low TG & low TG:HDL ratio then you have nothing to worry about regardless of what so called professionals may say. I've had a few arguments with doctors who wanted to put people (including 1 of my clients) on meds because they lost their ****ing minds over the TC or LDL number - ignoring the stuff I mentioned above along with the overall healthy lifestyles. "Experts" indeed.
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    All I know is my triglycerides went from the 300s down to the low 80s after I started taking at least 3G a day of quality fish oil. I think I use ultimate omega. Always take after a meal and never get burps or anything.
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    Anyone believe that a higher epa is better than dha especially as we age? Ive felt better with a higher epa, better mood etc,


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    Quote Originally Posted by DieYoungStrong View Post
    All I know is my triglycerides went from the 300s down to the low 80s after I started taking at least 3G a day of quality fish oil. I think I use ultimate omega. Always take after a meal and never get burps or anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j2048b View Post
    Anyone believe that a higher epa is better than dha especially as we age? Ive felt better with a higher epa, better mood etc,
    Both are essential in shared & different ways. One may have have a greater effect given an end result but that doesn't mean its overall "better".

    No such thing as an ideal ratio and be aware of the strong DHA dominance when it comes to omega 3 fish sources, the best source of omega 3, before thinking that EPA is the way to go.
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    Is there any proof that Omega 3 supplements have any benefits? All studies I've seen come from the consumption of Omega 3 fatty seafoods. In other words, there is no isolation of Omega 3 but instead a food source with numerous beneficial content.

    Could this not be similar to the vitamin supplement argument against their effectiveness?

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    I take it but not sure if it's helping? It everything always two sides?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elviscaprice View Post
    Is there any proof that Omega 3 supplements have any benefits? All studies I've seen come from the consumption of Omega 3 fatty seafoods. In other words, there is no isolation of Omega 3 but instead a food source with numerous beneficial content.



    Could this not be similar to the vitamin supplement argument against their effectiveness?
    Plenty. Spanning decades. A simple search of pubmed would've made this obvious but here are just a few examples in relation to the lowering of triglycerides - 1, 2, 3 & 4.

    Also, keep in mind that there is a big difference between not being as effective as something else and not being effective at all. In relation to both fish oil & multivits, the former is true and latter very much is not.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRUSTNME View Post
    I take it but not sure if it's helping? It everything always two sides?
    Most of the benefits are seen over the long term and none are the type you can "feel" - this isn't halo.

    In terms of your 2nd question, I have no idea what your really asking. Fish oil is essential to optimal health and, if taken at the recommended doses, I see no negatives at all. If your a moron and decide that "more is better", then that's a different story.
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