Top 10 Fish Oil Supplements

Check out the top selling fish oil supplements and you make the choice which is best for you.

Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Formula review by Andrea: Love it! Reasons I like it:
1) Screened for mercury and other toxins.
2) Great lemon taste.
3) Thin gel cap. For # 2) and 3) matter to me because I’m one of the few people who actually like the taste of fish oil so I bite into the capsule and release the oil. The lemon taste gives it a nice flavor and the gel cap is easy to chew.

Barlean’s Organic Oils Fresh Catch Fish Oil review by Chris:

My wife chose this particular fish oil because it has an orange flavor.

I know for a fact that has helped a lot.

She is pregnant and has a harder time with the ones that taste “fishy”.

So I’m sure we’ll be ordering more when we start running low!

Source Naturals ArcticPure Ultra Potency review by Dave:

We’ve just started using this fish oil and it’s to early to tell any improvement.

It doesn’t give us that fishy after taste that some due which is a plus.

Good price and good quality.

I prefer the capsule instead of liquid, no unpleasant oil taste and easy to swallow.

Controlled Labs Orange Oximega Fish Oil review by Justin:

I love Controlled Labs so I didn’t hesitate to buy this fish oil.

Unfortunately this is the first time I’ve ever experienced fish burps.

I’ve even had fish oil from Walmart that didn’t give me fish burps.

For now I think I’ll go back to Optimum Nutrition fish oil.


Animal Omega, Ultimate Omega 3 6 9 Formula Review by Phoenix:

I was eating alot of fish, but now i don’t have to with this product available to me now.

Now I will eat differently. I am a big fan of Animal Omega and recommend the Omega to all of my friends.

This product stays fresh for a long time and for me did not have an after taste like some other brands.

Nature Made Fish Oil 1200 mg review by JC: When I first shopped for fish oil, there were several brands that stood out. Since I had used Nature Made products, I trusted the brand, so that’s what I ordered. One of my concerns was contaminated fish oils. The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has an online listing of dozens of brands of fish oil, with a rating that reflects the amount of contaminants like mercury and dioxins that are in the product. Nature Made fish oil made the “Best Choice” level.

I also appreciated that the Nature Made Fish Oil states the source – anchovies, sardines, and mackerel – whereas many brands do not state the source, probably because some species of fish are known to have high levels of contaminants. Unlike some brands of fish oil that I’ve tried, I have never had any fishy-tasting burps with this product.

MRM Smart Blend Advanced CLA, GLA and Omega Fatty Acid Complex Softgels review by Phoenix: This is probably the fifth or more bottle I’ve had of this particular Omega, CLA, and GLA blend.
It works very well based on my results. This is one of the very few supplements that I take and/or recommend.

I would also recommend taking this with the L-Carnitine MRM sells as well because it helps transport these fatty acids in the blood stream.
Another excellent product to take with this is the Amino Acid complex (BCAA+G 6000). However, Aminos are best taken in isolated form once you identify which ones you are deficient in because they all fight for the same transport mechanisms in the body (like B vitamins). Also take a B-complex with aminos for this reason. The BCAA+G 6000 product is tailored for athletes who deplete these regularly.

Now Foods Ultra Omega 3, Fish Oil Soft-gels review by KJ: I bought the Nutrigold and they have almost identical EPA DHA fish oil, etc, etc, etc. The main difference is price and the NOW Ultra Omega 3 is a lot less expensive, with the nutrigold going for around $37.00 and NOW going for $ 23.06.

I buy Nutrigold almost exclusively but after much investigation and product comparisons there is no discernible difference in the products except NOW is enteric coated. I will stay with NOW to see if the enteric coating makes a difference. ! month of NOW and so far so good. I don’t think you will find better Omega 3 products on the market. I take 1 in the morning and 1 at night to get my 500mgs of DHA.


Optimum Nutrition Fish Oils review by Amanda: I have been fighting with high blood pressure for several years now. I have tried several medications and nothing seems to bring it down. After using this product for less then a month my blood pressure has dropped within normal levels and I feel great.

Fish oil is one of those things everyone should be taking on a regular basis as it is a universal supplement with an abundance of benefits.

Muscle Pharm Fish Oil Supplement review by JohnS:

NO burps and great concentration of Omegas

Best Omega supplement I’ve tried. I just love MP!!!

The fish oil with armor-v, along with combat, assault and amino, you’re covered. But also use their CLA, Carnitine, ZMA and Bulletproof.

MP is just the best out there

Runner Up:
O3: Ultra Pure Fish Oil review by Johnbailey:

Product recommended to me. High quality independently verified. High concentration of EPA and DHA.

I highly recommend this item to anyone looking for a fish oil supplement.

Question: Do you have any info on orange oximega fish oil vs nordic naturals ultimate omega?

Answer: Check out the reviews and info above. The video below has info on Controlled Labs Orange Oximega Greens.

Controlled Labs Oximega review by Brad:
I tried this product last month for 30 days and thought it was pretty good.

I was comparing Controlled Labs Orange Oximega vs other brands and found it to be on the higher end of the spectrum.

Not as many fishburps as other products as it is fairly high grade.

The price is good also for $18 on Amazon.com so it was easy to get it mailed out to me in 2 days.

Question: What about Barleans vs Garden of Life Oceans 3? We are working on a review and comparison for those two products now.

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