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Pros & Cons
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Pros

No weird smells, burps or fishy after taste. Recommended usage is two softgels daily.

Norway produces some of the best and purest fish oil omega 3s in the world. They have a very good quality and large quantity of epa and dha which is hard to find and necessary for me because i have adhd and depression. This is a truly premium organic ...  Read More

Truly a great product. It feels great. Great value for the price. Such good quality. An excellent product.

Overall, it's quite a success and i suggest this will probably be a strong seller. Much more affordable than gnc.



Cons

Serving size is 2 capsules so definitely not the highest concentration of omega 3 per capsule on amazon. Misleading product description. Question why so many natural products contain questionable ingredients.

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Quality


I have tried other supplements from them as well and i am always impressed with the quality and effectiveness of them.


I have been trying out these norwegian fish oil premium omega 3 complex 1500 mg which are the most potent ones i have tried so ...  Read More


I have confidence in the quality due to circumstantial evidence.


I don't get the fishy burps with this product.

Price


Our naturopath recommends a very expensive version of the same thing -- norwegian produced, cold pressed sardine oil -- and the...  Read More

Packaging/appearance


I have used several different brand, always looking for purity and an oil with high concentration of omega 3no flashy packaging...  Read More

Competitiveness


I get 1 fish burp and not every time, no fish/bad breath, no issues that are common with other omega3 products, no bad tasting ...  Read More


If you are in the market for an omega-3 supplement then i would highly recommend this brand.


I will say there is much much less, than other brands.


In 2008, the american journal of clinical nutrition published three studies investigating the role of epa and dha omega-3 fatty acids .

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  • This product had a total of 166 reviews as of our last analysis date on Oct 25 2022.
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After much research, I found this fish oil and I must say- I loved it. According to Dr Weil- we need to take at least 1500 mg o...  Read More

Most authentic reviewquestion

great product. Pure! I would recommend to others.


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Had tried many brands of fish oil and they all gave us indigestion and a bad after taste.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Pat robinson on 700 club recommended norwegian.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    We count on honest reviews, and we've written hundreds of them ourselves.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    We are not interested in oil from farmed fish, which are raised stressed and often diseased, in crowded, polluted environments, which require that they are treated with antibiotics.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    We also confirmed that the omega 3 oil was guaranteed to be pharmaceutical grade, and free of mercury.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Our naturopath recommends a very expensive version of the same thing -- norwegian produced, cold pressed sardine oil -- and the cost is well over a hundred dollars for the same serving you get in this bottle of 60 caps for only $17.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Of this, there are 800 mg of epa (eicosapentaenoic acid) and 600 mg of dha (docosahexaenoic acid), with other omega 3 fatty acids making up the balance of 100 mg.

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