Fish Oil EPA and DHA

Both EPA and DHA are very healthy and powerful nutrients that are found in fish oils; they are omega 3 essential fatty acids.
1Most omega 3 fish oils come from sardines and anchovies, which can be caught of the west coast of South America. This fish is then turned into meal and the left over produ ced, this is the oil. This oil is then moved to refineries, which is the final place that it goes to at this point it is then further processed, often this is usually in more developed countries such as the US or Europe.

Degradation of the oils take place, this is because the oil is highly sensitive and therefore, because of this, it does go stale quite quickly.

More essentially, as contaminated seas surround many parts of nations, which are industrialised, metals like mercury also contaminate these fish.

There are supplements, which are manufactured at pharmaceutical GMP compliant facilities.

2These undergo rigorous testing and standards, which are the same as prescription medicines have to be put through. As dietary supplements are unregulated by the FDA and contamination in some supplements is quite common, you should always purchase a pharmaceutical grade fish oil, which has also been molecularly distilled.

As already has been explained previously, we recommend you only purchase products, which have been molecularly distilled.
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Featured Fish Oil Product

Even though we advise to purchase only pharmaceutical grade fish oil supplements, which have also been molecularly distilled, we find the best product to be one where the source would be unlikely to be contaminated at the beginning of the process anyway.

This is difficult as there are high levels of contamination in most of the fish in most of the oceans in the world.3However, there is one company which is called Maxalife, who produce a fish oil product that comes from only the purest fish, these are caught from cold deep water and are the salmon and tuna which inhabit the Southern Ocean of New Zealand.

It has been said:

“The Southern Ocean at this latitude (unlike its northern counterpart) is not exposed to any form of industrial pollutants, but nonetheless the fish still go through extensive molecular distillation processes to remove any form of contamination at all, whether that can be natural or manmade. We were also fortunate that the fish selected is naturally high in DHA making it even more attractive.”