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How Much Fish Oil Should I Take?

by Vin Kutty, MS on July 21, 2010

That’s easy.

You need at least 1000 mg of Omega-3 daily.

The two most common questions I get about fish oil are:

  1. Which brand of fish oil should I buy?
  2. How much fish oil should I take daily?

Don’t confuse 1000 mg fish oil with 1000 mg Omega-3. THEY ARE NOT THE SAME!

Your specific health condition may require you to take more than 1000 mg Omega-3 per day.

How much fish oil should I take per day?

1000 mg of Omega-3 is an ideal starting fish oil dosage because that’s what the American Heart Association recommends.

But getting 1000 mg Omega-3 is not easy because most fish oil pill have a lot less than that. More about that in a minute…

But if you really want to take charge of your health, the answer is a bit more detailed.

And to custom-tailor the answer to YOUR health, you need to know two things:

  • How much Omega-3 does your current fish oil have?
  • What is your ultimate health goal?

Both of these questions affect the answer.

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Let’s start with ‘How much Omega-3 does your fish oil pill have’?

If you buy your fish oil pills at the grocery store or corner drug store (tsk, tsk) then chances are, your fish oil pill has only 300 mg Omega-3 per pill. It’s 30% Omega-3 and 70% fish fat (bad fats that can be harmful.)

How much fish oil should I take - depends on the Omega-3 per pill
300 mg Omega-3 is not enough. Nowhere near enough.

Our diets are so bad that we get hardly any Omega-3 from the foods we buy at the grocery store. Unless you buy a lot of Salmon.

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Back to the drug/grocery store fish oil pills. You’ll need to take 3 of them every day to get 1000 mg of Omega-3.

300 mg of Omega-3 (found in one pill) is just enough to hide major omega-3 deficiency symptoms. To get real benefits, you need 1000 mg or more per day.

Again, don’t confuse 1000 mg fish oil with 1000 mg Omega-3. THEY ARE NOT THE SAME!

Fish oil CONTAINS Omega-3. Cheap fish oil usually has 30% Omega-3. 30% of 1000 mg is 300 mg. That’s why you need 3 pills per day to get 1000 mg.

“How much fish oil should I take?”

Well, that depends on your ultimate health goal?

How much fish oil you should take per day also depends on your current health condition.

If you’re 35 and fit as a fiddle, (I’m a little jealous) to stay fit, you may only need 500 mg to 1000 mg a day.

But if you are trying to address specific conditions, you need MUCH higher doses of Omega-3.

Here is how much Omega-3 you need per day:

  • For depression, you need: 1000 mg per day
  • For heart disease, you need: 1000 mg per day
  • For skin disorders, you need: 1000 mg per day
  • For blood pressure, you need: 2000 mg per day
  • For arthritis, you need: 2000 mg per day
  • For asthma, you need: 2000 mg per day
  • For diabetes, you need: 2000 mg per day
  • For high triglycerides, you need: 3000 mg per day

For heart disease, you can get excellent benefits with 1000 mg. More helps but the benefits are not proportional.

But for triglycerides, the more Omega-3 you take, the lower your triglycerides drop. Scientists call this a ‘dose-dependent linear response.’ So I recomment 3000 to 4000 mg Omega-3 per day for triglycerides. Talk to your doctor about combining fish oil with low-dose statin – together, they produce better results than either one taken separately.

If you took your retail-grade fish oil pills, you would have to take 6 pills to get 2000 mg of Omega-3.  Or 9 to 12 pills a day if you wanted to reduce triglycerides.

Call me crazy, but I’m NOT taking 9 fish oil pills a day!

I don’t want to smell like a fishing dock!

Things need to be a little simpler than that.

That’s why you should seek out very high potency, pharmaceutical grade fish oils that have close to 1000 mg Omega-3 PER PILL.

TIP: Some product labels try to fool you by saying 1000 mg Omega-3 per serving…but if you read the back, you’ll find that a serving is 3 pills. You need 1000 mg in JUST ONE PILL.

Besides OmegaVia, our favorite, there are several good quality pharmaceutical grade products available online:

  • Nordic Naturals
  • Omax3
  • Minami Nutrition CardiO-3
  • Ocean Blue Professional

All of these brands allow you get LOTS of Omega-3 with fewer pills.  Your goal should be to find the most Omega-3 per pill. Only Minami and Ocean Blue have 1000 mg per pill, but Nordic and Omax3 are high quality even if they have less than 1000 mg per pill.

Easy dosage:
1 OmegaVia pill = 1000 mg Omega-3
2 OmegaVia pills = 2000 mg Omega-3

how much fish oil should you take a day

how much fish oil should you take

How much fish oil should I take per day? Charles Serhan, a Harvard Medical School expert on Omega-3s:

“The kind of benefits seen in most of the clinical trials with Omega-3 generally have involved much higher doses than you see recommended on supplement labels.”

how much fish oil should you take daily

DISCLAIMER: The contents of this blog do not constitute medical advice. This is merely an open discussion of the science behind Omega-3 and fish oil. Please consult your physician for medical advice.

Fish oil dosage expert: Vin Kutty About the Author: Vin Kutty is OmegaVia’s Scientific Advisor and Chief Blogger. He is a nutritionist, author, and Omega-3 expert with over 20 years of experience. When coffee’d up and fully inspired, he shares Omega-3 info-nuggets on Facebook and Twitter. Email him.

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Debra Dusenbury February 6, 2012 at 10:11 am

Thank you, Vin, for talking with me about my lipidemia, which I forgot to mention I have since I was in my twenties…even when I was thinner. Certainly just going into menopause this past year my numbers have been going up, plus not taking statins (whihc did a great job of lowering but gave me side effects I don’t want.)

I realized after we hung up that I did have one more thought recently that I’m confused about because of your advice about limiting grains.

I have heard the push for eating oatmeal..and lots of it…in order to get enough benefit, so I thought I could get just the oat bran and ingest it similarly to the way I do flax. Would that be okay to take oat bran and/ or is it necessary if I up my dosage of fish oil?

Also, I do need to eat insoluable fiber to help with my bowels due to side effect from the one pharmacutical I take daily, Strattera, for ADHD. Even if I eat lots and lots of veggies/fruits, I still need this, so I think I will need to keep up that 1/3 cup Bran Buds daily. I also take 6 fiber caps I take (rather than Metamucil) or I’ll have to take Miralax daily!

I also have been taking Juice Plus Orchard, Garden, and Vineyard Blend for the past 18 years…

Thanks again,


Omegavia February 7, 2012 at 9:43 am

Hi Debra – I have heard the same things you have about oatmeal. It has fiber. That’s about the only good thing I can say about oatmeal. It will drive up blood glucose and that drives up insulin secretion. Oats for breakfast every day for years and insulin secretion from your pancreas starts getting compromised. You’ll be pushing your body towards pre-diabetes. Not to mention that high blood sugar can increase triglyceride product and worsen dyslipidemia. Doesn’t matter if the oats is natural or organic or steel-cut. The same applies to whole grain wheat as well.

If you have dyslipidemia (high blood fats) or diabetes, you should NOT be eating a lot of grains, even if it is marketed to you as ‘Healthy Whole Grains.’ Instead, you should replace grains with vegetable, which have just as much fiber.

Having said that, a little bran occasionally is probably OK (just barely!) to help with bowels. Typically, vegetables have all the fiber you will ever need, so you really don’t need to rely on bran. But in your case, the Strattera drug makes everything complicated. Taking fish oil has no effect on whether you can take bran or not. Hope this helps.

– Vin


A March 8, 2013 at 11:06 pm

“A 10-year study published in the American Journal of Public Health indicated that eating one serving of oatmeal (one cup cooked) two to four times a week resulted in a 16 percent reduction in risk of suffering from type 2 diabetes. When people increased their consumption of oatmeal to five to six times a week, there was a corresponding 39 percent reduction in the risk of onset of type 2.” From http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2010/02/09/6558/whats-the-deal-with-steel-cut-oats/


Kim Hoogendam February 14, 2012 at 8:38 am

How much EPA and DHA should there be in fish oil? I have looked at different brands and each have different amounts…. Is higher better??? Sincerely Kim Hoogendam


Omegavia February 14, 2012 at 12:25 pm

Hi Kim – More EPA and DHA the better. After all, that’s the only reason to take fish oil. Regular fish oils have 25 to 30% EPA plus DHA. The other 70% of it are different fats. Slightly better brands have 50% or 60%. Premium, pharmaceutical grade or prescription Omega-3 have 85% or higher. Your body needs Omega-3, not the other fats found in fish. So, yes, higher the better.
– Vin


Shannon March 22, 2012 at 7:54 am

What do you recommend is the best dosage for kids 9-14? Just found out about the attention/focus benefits. And also what brand do you recommend that doesn’t give a one a “fishy smell” or taste bad so kids will take it. The children have no other health issues. Thanks in advance for your reply!


Omegavia March 22, 2012 at 1:49 pm

Hi Shannon – the simple answer is about 1000 mg Omega-3 per day. But to really help you, I’ll need to know their diets and how much vegetable oil they consume at home, school and outside the home. My guess is, if they’re like other regular kids, a lot! Vegetable oils are chock full of Omega-6, which can be very harmful in excess. And all of us consume it in excess. So Omega-3 supplementation is really offsetting some of the negative effects of Omega-6. So cut back on vegetable oils and supplement with 1000 mg Omega-3 per day. As for brands, there are good products made by Nordic Naturals – they have an unflavored Omega-3 powder that you can blend into foods and beverages. Hope this helps.
– Vin


jacob May 1, 2012 at 4:09 pm

Hi. I just had surgery on my knee and have a large amount of swelling. How much
fish oil would you recommend I use? Also, would you know of this particular
brand of fish oil and let me know if it’s bad or not. It’s from gold fish. http://www.abundant.co.nz/productinfo/omega3/


Darla May 10, 2012 at 8:17 am

If I have ulcerative colitis how much fish oil is good to put it in remission? This is
what Chris says…. ( 4-8 grams total EPA/DHA per day if you are carrying excess flab, any of your joints hurt, or you suffer any form of auto-immune or inflammatory disease. If you are anywhere in between, I recommend you build up, hold the slightly higher dose for four weeks, then go back down to 2-4 grams total EPA/DHA per day. ) …….
Now I have Krill oil which is – Pure Krill OIl-1000mg, Omega 3-420mg, EPA-150mg,
DHA-90mg, Astaxanthin-1.5mg and I have Fish oil which is – EPA-672mg, DHA-448
mg, other Omega 3’s-180mg, for a total of 1300mg….
So can i combine these to make the 8 grams? And if not which one is my better bet
and how many should I take for 30 days to get my 3-6 ratio back on track?
Many thanks if you can help with my question :) :)


Omegavia May 10, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Hi Darla – fish oil will help with the inflammation associated with ulcerative colitis. But fish oil is not a cure for the disease. 4-8 grams a day is high, but you will have to determine the right dose based on your comfort level. I would suggest staying at 4 grams per day of EPA and DHA. You can certainly combine krill oil and fish oil to get to your 4 grams per day. It will take a while to get your Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio close to 1:1. Omega-6 will remain in your body for a while. In the meantime, eliminate all vegetable oils except olive and coconut oil. I think what will truly give you noticeable benefit is if you eliminate all wheat and grains and follow a paleo type diet for a few months. See if you notice a difference. My guess is that you will. Hope this helps.
– Vin Kutty


Darla May 11, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Im already on the food diet of grass fed and free range only. no night shades
no dairy, no wheat or grains. I have already noticed a difference.. :)
But my main question is how many tablets should i take if im doing the 8 grams.
i have given you the ratios on the bottles. can you please help a dumb blonde
lol :)


Omegavia May 11, 2012 at 3:37 pm

Hi Darla – it’s great that you’re already on a no-grain, no-dairy diet. I assume you’re also off sugar and fructose. With these changes, you will notice a lot of improvement. If you want to take 8 grams of Omega-3, you will need a lot of pills.

With you current fish oil, the numbers you state are for TWO CAPSULES. So each pill has EPA 336 mg, DHA 224 mg and Other Omega-3 90 mg. So you’re getting 650 mg Omega-3 per pill. 8 grams = 8000 mg. That’s 12 pills a day.
With you krill oil, you will need (are you sitting down?) 19 pills per day to get 8000 mg.

Frankly, I think you’ll do fine with half the dose. If you decide to go with 8 grams, consider going down to 4 after a month or two. Also, you mentioned a ‘Chris’ in your previous comment…which Chris?

– Vin


Darla May 14, 2012 at 7:51 am

Chris (the Kiwi) Ashenden. I also follow the Beyond Diet with Isabel De Los Rios
and Jason Hunter. Chris has the fish oil and the Athletic Greens, Jason has the
Krill Oil – Pro/Grade Products including protein powder, vitamins and Pro Grade®
Workout™ Shakes. They are all Nutritionists.
Yes I’m off sugar, fructose, soy, vegetable oils, canola oils, no grains unless their
sprouted. Food for Life’s Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain (SWG) products (e.g., original, (e.g., original, sesame, and cinnamon raisin loaves; rolls; English muffins; and
tortillas). Use this bread to make bread crumbs for meatloaf and meatball recipes.
*** Ok … so if right now I’m taking 4 Fish and 6 Krill is that about right? Or is it still
to much? Ive done this for about 30 days now…..


Omegavia May 20, 2012 at 4:33 am

4 fish oil pills and 6 krill oils pills ought to be plenty!


Dee Neukranz May 19, 2012 at 6:46 am

I have a lot of inflammation. I was wondering about how much fish oitl to take. Also, what is the story on kril oil. Is is better than fish oil?Should it be taken along with fish oil?

I was really surprised to hear your comments on oatmeal.


Omegavia May 20, 2012 at 4:43 am

Hi Dee – this depends in the level of inflammation, but you should be fine with 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day as a starting dose.

The story on kril oil? Great stuff. But it is really low in Omega-3. You’ll need 10 to 12 pills a day to make a difference.
More on krill here: http://www.omegavia.com/krill-oil-vs-fish-oil/ and here: http://www.omegavia.com/is-krill-oil-48x-better-than-fish-oil/

Yes, you can take it with fish oil.

– Vin


Liz June 6, 2012 at 7:36 pm

what is the correct dose for dry eyes? My father suffer from very dry eyes. Thank you


Omegavia June 10, 2012 at 1:57 pm

Hi Liz – I would suggest a minimum of 1,000 mg of Omega-3 per day. If you don’t see relief for dry eyes, try doubling it to 2,000 mg per day.
– Vin Kutty


Barbara Keith June 17, 2012 at 8:33 am

Is Kirkland’s of Costco natural Omega 3 fish oil 1000 mg concentrated fish oil with 300 mg Omega-3 fatty acids – Is one capsule enough a day for depression/Polio/interstitial lung disease
and diabetes or should I take 2 or more a day. Helena, Montana


Omegavia June 17, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Hi Barbara – Kirkland 1000 mg fish oil is not a concentrated fish oil at all. You will need half a dozen pills a day to get a meaningful dose of Omega-3. 300 mg of Omega-3 found in each pill is better than nothing but simply not enough. The good news is that once you’re done with this bottle of fish oil, Costco sells more concentrated oils. They sometimes call is One-Per-Day. It doesn’t mean you only one of those per day. That’s marketing. They contain about 600 mg of Omega-3 per pill. You will need 2 to 3 of those per day. Hope this helps.
– Vin Kutty


level99 June 17, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Thank you very much for the info. I never really looked at Omega 3 mg vs. total mg
of the oil in the pill.
What are your thoughts on Omegas coming from the plant seeds vs. fish?
i.e. Udo’s Oil Blend

Thank you!


Omegavia June 18, 2012 at 12:12 pm

Hi – Omegas that come from plant seeds are mostly Omega-6. We get way too much Omega-6 in our diets already and we don’t need to supplement it. Our bodies are designed to run on roughly equal parts Omega-6 to Omega-3. The average American eats 20 to 30 times more Omega-6 than Omega-3. So why supplement with Omega-6-rich seed oils. Very bad idea. More here: http://www.omegavia.com/omega-3-6-9/

Having said that, some plant seeds like Chia and Flax contain a lot of ALA Omega-3. But ALA is a very poor source of Omega-3. Very little is converted to EPA and DHA. But if you’re a vegan, it is a great option. More here: http://www.omegavia.com/flaxseed-oil-vs-fish-oil/

– Vin Kutty


ria June 29, 2012 at 7:34 am

i gave my 5 year old child ‘omega-3 wild Alaskan salmon oil 1000mg’ daily 1 softgel
for 5 months (150 soft gels) with breakfast. i was not aware of any side effects of it.
Now i am little confused. Is it the right dose? may i continue the dosage or not.


Omegavia June 29, 2012 at 8:06 am

Hi Ria – It’s great that your 5-year-old will eat one salmon oil softgel every day! Fantastic! Keep doing it. It’s working – no need to change!
– Vin Kutty


Yusra September 3, 2012 at 10:48 pm

Hi, I’m brother suffering with high blood cholesterol, and he having palpitation about 2 months ago, heart beats increase to 150 plus and tingling sensation and pain in it’s heart. So, how many fish oil pill need to take a day? Now he taking Kordel’s brand, where, each capsules contain 1000 mg fish oil and 500 mg of omega-3 (EPA, 300mg) and (DHA, 200mg).. thank you so much for your consideration soon.


Omegavia September 4, 2012 at 11:55 am

Hi Yusra – please consult with a doctor immediately to address the palpitation, tingling ad pain in the heart. These are not health issues that you should seek answers for on the internet! Please have him get immediate medical care. With his doctor’s permission, please have your brother take 3 to 4 capsules per day. Good luck.
– Vin Kutty


Kohleen October 9, 2012 at 3:23 am

Im glad I found this article, thank you for writing it!
I just recently went to the eye doctor but we ended up discussing my Anxiety/panic disorder more than my eye issues. My doctor recommended taking 3000 mg of Omega 3 a day to help with my anxiety issues. I was wondering of I should start on a lower dosage first and work my way up to 3000? I was also wondering how the Omega 3 would effect my Panic disorder.
Thank you


Vin Kutty October 9, 2012 at 3:31 am

Hi Kohleen – I’d certainly start slow and work up to 3000 mg of Omega-3. Start with one pill. And over a few days, work up to 2 or 3. You’re going to need a high-EPA Omega-3 formula. I don’t know if Omega-3 will have a direct impact on panic disorder. But we have a blog post about supplements for mood disorders that is about to be published that you may want to read.
– Vin Kutty


Condor October 23, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Hello, I am 19 years old, 175cm height. I doing some sports and exercises everyday, and I want to grow taller. Is it really, that fish oil helps to grow? In what amount i should take them?


Vin Kutty October 23, 2012 at 7:14 pm

Hi Condor – Omega-3 is necessary for good health, but I don’t think it will make you taller by itself. That’s a combination of genetics and diet. If you decide to take fish oil, aim for 1000 mg Omega-3 per day.
– Vin Kutty


Ali Brown October 24, 2012 at 12:21 pm

I’m a 54 year old woman, post meno-pausal, who works out regularly. Recently I’ve noticed that my joints are a little stiffer than they used to be. Would fish oil help? And what do you think of Trader Joe’s Omega 3 pills? One capsule contains 1200 fish oil, 400mg EPA and 200mgDHA.



Vin Kutty October 25, 2012 at 2:47 pm

Hi Ali – yes, fish oil, especially highly concentrated fish oil (pharmaceutical grade fish oil) with a lot of EPA will help. I like shopping at Trader Joe’s. I get a lot of foods and snacks there, but I would not buy my supplements there. I can’t speak for other departments at TJ’s but I have worked with their supplement buyer and I was not impressed. They have a walmart-like attitude towards price and cost. This means the fish oil supplier with the lowest cost gets their business. I’d rather pay a little more for quality.
– Vin Kutty


SHAMIM HASAN November 21, 2012 at 9:57 am

I take mecicines for high pressure (prosun 50 one tablet per day) and high cholesteral (Atova 10 one perday) . Also I take 1/2 tablet comprit in the morning. One clopid daily. Could you suggest me how much OMEGA 3 I should take for better heart function and balance sugar level.

Shamim Hasan (Age 62)
E-mail: shamimhasan_02@yahoo.com


Vin Kutty November 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm

Hi Shamim – I would aim for 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day. Since you are on several prescription medications, please talk to your doctor before you add dietary supplements to your routing.
– Vin Kutty


Bob November 25, 2012 at 6:01 pm

So I am overweight and have been taking one fish oil pill which I now read is too few. I’m not fighting any specific ailment but use fish oil as a preventative way to keep somewhat healthy. I have a few fish oil bottles to finish that are store bought. My question is: if I triple the dosage to get closer to the 1000 mg of omega3, what damage am I doing by tripling that other 70 percent?


Vin Kutty November 25, 2012 at 8:02 pm

Hi Bob – one low-potency fish oil pill is better than NO fish oil pill!. This is contrary to what I normally say, but don’t worry about the other 70%. The benefit you have to gain by taking 1000 mg Omega-3 is greater than any risk from the 2000 mg of other fats present in the low-potency fish oil pills you have. Finish out the bottles and then move on to something better. Since you mentioned that you were overweight, I strongly suspect that fat intake is not the primary dietary cause of the weight. It is probably sugar, grains and excess Omega-6 from vegetable oils.
– Vin Kutty


Dana December 20, 2012 at 5:12 am

Great article! very helpful, thanks!
I’m currently taking a fish oil that has 647 mg of EPA and 253 mg of DHA, combined total of 900mg omega 3’s. The bottle shows a separate measurement for the fish body oils so you know exactly how much Omegas are in it. Does this then mean that it is sufficient as a once a day pill? I am taking it for all over health, recovery from high intensity training, and joint support (don’t have any current joint or health issues)
Thanks for any advice!


Vin Kutty December 20, 2012 at 8:07 pm

Hi Dana – yes and no. You’re taking one of the ‘Triple Strength’ formulas sold by Costco/SAM’S Club or GNC, I suspect. These are mid-grade oils (60-70% Omega-3), so you’re already taking an oil that’s better than 9 our of 10 products out there. That’s good. 900 mg of Omega-3 is almost what the American Heart Association recommends per day. And it’s about 100 mg less than what I tell people to take as a minimum dose, assuming a good diet. But how many pills you really need depends on your diet – how much seafood you eat and how much Omega-6 you get from eating out or cooking with vegetable seed oils (soy or corn oils.) Yes, you’re doing better than most people but if you want to cautious, take two per day.
– Vin Kutty


Robert January 22, 2013 at 5:34 pm

What brand do you recommend and what doses would you take for a 54 year old male, who has been in the military and now is feeling the effects of body armor, and so on.
The doses for EPA, OMEGA-3, AND FISH OIL….


Vin Kutty January 23, 2013 at 6:19 pm

Hi Robert – here is a link where we discuss exactly this. http://www.omegavia.com/favorite-fish-oil-brands-part-2/

– Vin Kutty


Raghu Ram February 20, 2013 at 5:40 am

Hi Vin, You have been giving great recommendations. Thanks.

My tryglyceride level is at 250, came down from 311 last year. Anyways, I just started taking Natures Bounty Fish oil (1400 mg) 980mg Omega-3, EPA 700 mg and DHA 280 mg. I am taking daily one at night. Is that sufficient? Do you have any recommendations? I am 41 yrs old Male from South India-Kerala. I am also wondering if Coconut oil is good for health? Thanks.



Vin Kutty February 21, 2013 at 7:16 pm

Hi Raghu – one of those pills is insufficient to lower triglycerides. You will need at least 3 per day, taken with a meal. Yes, coconut oil is amazingly good for health. I suggest you replace all vegetable oils with coconut oil.

– Vin Kutty


Emily March 14, 2013 at 5:15 pm

Hello, I am from the UK and very confused with all the numbers! The current brand of fish oil I have says on the label ‘Omega3 fish oil, 1000mg, 300mg active EPA/DHA’ and it recommends you take 3 capsules daily which will give you ‘3,000mg fish oil, EPA 540mg, DHA 360mg’ is this good or bad?


Vin Kutty March 15, 2013 at 6:04 pm

Hi Emily – if you take 3 pills per day and get 540 mg of EPA and 360 mg of DHA per day, you’d be ahead of most people! So that’s good. Having said that, you’re taking a low-potency, bottom-of-the-barrel oil. I’m sure there are pharma grade fish oils available in the UK. If you can afford it, get a more potent fish oil. Aim for 2000 mg combined EPA and DHA.

– Vin Kutty


Rose Garcia March 15, 2013 at 12:26 am

Hi Vin,

I have read your comments and they are great!

I just started taking Kirkland Signature Omega-3 Fish Oil, DHA/EPA, 1000 mg fish oil, 2 gels daily and you mentioned that this is not a concentrated fish oil. Should In increase dosage to 3 gels a day? Can I also give this to my kids ages 6 and 11? Whats the dosage for them? Thanks!



Vin Kutty March 15, 2013 at 6:09 pm

Hi Rose – your product is not concentrated. It is barely OK. Costco has more concentrated fish oils that I’d rather you buy. Finish the bottle you have – take 3 or 4 a day until it’s finished. Then, trade up to something more potent. Aim for 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day. How much fish oil is in each pill is not relevant – what you care about is the Omega-3 in each pill. Kids definitely need Omega-3! But it’s a matter of pill size – if they can swallow it, then OK. For kids, I usually recommend something by OmegaBrite or Nordic Naturals. OmegaBrite is a small pill. Nordic Naturals has big and small pills, so you will have to look around for kid-sized pills.

– Vin Kutty


Francis Lee March 23, 2013 at 1:15 pm

Hi Vin
My tryglyceride level is at 3.59 mm0l/L last year. Anyways, I started taking Natures own Fish oil (1500 mg) 50% more Omega-3 than a regular 1000mg fish oil , EPA 270 mg and DHA 180 mg. I am taking daily two with food at night. Is that sufficient? Do you have any recommendations?


Vin Kutty March 23, 2013 at 7:42 pm

Hi Francis – you are taking a very large pill with very little Omega-3 in it. You need more Omega-3. Look for a product with at least 1000 mg of Omega-3 per pill.

– Vin Kutty


Kerri April 7, 2013 at 4:09 am

Great article – I was wondering how much fish oil – omega 3 should I give my 2.5 yr old son. I just brought 1500 mg for me but worried that would be too much for him as I was unaware of the difference in omega 3 intake. Thank you


Vin Kutty April 8, 2013 at 3:27 am

Hi Kerri – the best way to get Omega-3 into kids that age is through food. Seafood, grass-fed meats, Omega-3 eggs etc. At that age, 200 or 300 mg of Omega-3 ought to be plenty…something do-able with foods. 1500 mg is too much. And it’s difficult to get a child to take capsules. If all else fails, buy liquid fish oil and mix into with something sweet or irresistible.


Marco April 14, 2013 at 10:36 am

Hi Vin
I’m 47 years old and my total cholesterol is 260. My Dr. Wants to start me on medicine but I told him I want to lower it naturally through diet and excersice. How much omega 3 should I take and what brand do you recommend.
Thanks in advance


Vin Kutty April 15, 2013 at 3:47 pm

Hi Marco – I am not a doctor and I cannot tell you not to listen to his advice. However, it’s always a good idea to start with diet and exercise. But most people want to cut out fat from their diets. This only increases cholesterol because when you cut out fat, you naturally increase the carbohydrate content of your diet. More carbohydrate means more insulin. More insulin means more cholesterol production. So if you want to reduce cholesterol using diet, you need to cut out sugar and starch first. Very few people (and doctors) understand this. More here: http://diagnosisdiet.com/food/cholesterol/


Virang May 13, 2013 at 3:21 am

Excellent article. I have 15 months old son. Could you please advise how much EPA and DHA dossage should I give him ? Whether liquid form of EPA/DHA is better than soft gel ? I have heard that tablets have lower proportion of EPA/DHA than liquid form although tablets are bit cheap. Please advise. Thanks


Vin Kutty May 13, 2013 at 2:48 pm

Hi Virang – in your case, your child’s age and ability and willingness to ingest supplements is the issue, not the amount or ratio of Omega-3. I’d suggest incorporating Omega-3 egg yolks into his diet and also giving him DHA boosted full-fat milk. Never, ever give a child skim or low-fat milk. Just these two things will help, but i also suggest getting a product called BrainStrong. It has powdered DHA in sachets that you can blend into milk or mix into solid foods.


Danielle May 14, 2013 at 12:04 am

Hi, my son is 9 and we just found out he has HSP. Basically vasculitis. Causing a swollen ankle and rash. He is 85 lbs. how much Omega-3 should he take and what brand is good? We basically follow a Paleo diet but I am not as strict with him right now bc he has seemed to be fine. I do really limit junk food as much as I can. He also has psoriasis on his belly button.
Thank you!


Vin Kutty May 14, 2013 at 12:56 am

Hi Danielle – There is little or no scientific evidence for Omega-3 to help with HSP, but aim for 1000 mg of EPA per day since EPA helps with inflammation. Relieve to hear that you are on a Paleo type diet. That helps eliminate a lot of variables. Assume you are very strict about reducing Omega-6 levels.


Danielle May 14, 2013 at 10:38 am

Thank you so much! I am new to this to be honest, so what is EPA in relation to Omega-3? Is Nordic Naturals or OmegaBrite my best options? Should my kids take a liquid form or pill? Also, what dosing should my 6 yr old take? He is about 45-50 lbs. thank you!!


Danielle May 14, 2013 at 10:54 am

Also, after reading, my son also has attention problems so is the lower DHA level in OmegaBrite not good? I would like for junto take something that has an equal EPA/DHA ratio. Is that possible? Thanks again!


Vin Kutty May 14, 2013 at 4:33 pm

You’re better off with a high EPA formula.

Vin Kutty May 14, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Hi Danielle – EPA and DHA are the two main types of healthy Omega-3 fats found in fish oil. Both of those brands are fine – it really depends on what your child will take. Depends on the kid! If you can get your kid/s to take a teaspoon of flavored liquid fish oil, it may be easier since it will deliver a lot of Omega-3 and no need to swallow big pills. 5-6 year old kid should be OK with about 500 mg to 1000 mg per day.


Virang May 16, 2013 at 12:43 am

Hi Vin,

It is very difficult to buy Brainstrong or omega fortified milk in countryside of australia. Thus we are giving liquid form of EPA DHA 1000mg per day to our 15 months old son. We give 2ml liquid everyday which contains 1000mg of DHA and 50 EPA. My son does enjoy it. Please let me know for how many years should we continue this and in what proportion should we give EPA DHA. We are vegetarian so do not eat eggs etc. in our diet. Thanks.


Vin Kutty May 16, 2013 at 10:28 pm

Hi Virang – 1000 mg of Omega-3 for a 15 month old is a bit too much of a good thing. I’d stay with about 200 to 300 mg per day. Go to 500 mg at age 4 or 5. I respect your choice, but know that there are nutrients in eggs that children require for proper brain development. And these nutrients are hard to find elsewhere.


Annie June 1, 2013 at 12:37 pm

Hi Vin, I have high cholesterol which runs in my family, last blood test was bad, so I’m starting with the Omega3. I bought “Pure Alaska Omega 3″ at Costco – 1000 mg – label says Salmon Oil 2000 mg, Total Omega Fatty Acids 600 mg. I was recommended 3000 mg, so do I take 4 capsules? Is this a good Omega 3 choice? Thank you.


Vin Kutty June 2, 2013 at 2:28 am

Hi Annie – Omega-3 will not reduce cholesterol. Omega-3 reduces triglyceride, which is an independent risk factor for heart health. The product you are taking is fine. When doctors says ‘3000 mg’ they mean 3000 mg of Omega-3. The ‘600 mg’ is for 2 pills. So you’re only getting 300 mg per pill…I’m sure you’ve done the math in your head…yes, you’ll need to take 10 pills a day to get 3000 mg. That’s why you need a pharmaceutical grade product…a pill that has at least 1000 mg Omega-3 per pill.


Annie June 2, 2013 at 1:54 pm

Thank you Vin! Yes, actually I need to lower my triglycerides. No, I didn’t realize the dosage was for two pills! Thanks for pointing that out. Is Omegavia considered a pharmaceutical grade product? will I really get 1000 mg per pill? Thanks again Vin.


Vin Kutty June 3, 2013 at 12:25 am

Hi Annie – OK if you’re trying to lower triglycerides, then Omega-3 and sugar/starch elimination will work well. Yes, OmegaVia is considered ‘pharma’ grade. The term is used loosely by Omega-3 manufacturers, but we generally think of products that have 80 or 85% Omega-3 content as pharma grade…but no one lists Omega-3 percentage on the label. Still, if you can find products (and there are several) that can get you 1000 mg per pill, you’ll be fine. OmegaVia has 1105 mg per pill.


Dania June 8, 2013 at 2:03 pm

very good information but i am still have some questions. What is the best brand and how should i take the pills. Can i take all the 3 pills at the same time or one pill with every meal daily. I bought Nature Made fish oil 1200 mg and 720 mg omega 3 its that brand pure certified? Should I need 3 pills to lower triglyceride. what about the mercury? what are the risks? What is the best doses and brand pill for my kids 10 and 8 years old? Can i take my multivitamin and collagen with those pills together? than you for your help and the information that people desperate need.


Vin Kutty June 9, 2013 at 7:49 am

Hi Dania – there are several good brands. See here: http://www.omegavia.com/favorite-fish-oil-brands-part-2/

You can take the pill all together or separately, as long as it is taken with meals. You’ll need at least 3000 mg Omega-3 per day to reduce triglycerides. You’ll have to contact NatureMade about the certificate of analysis that shows the mercury level. Yes, you can take your multivitamin and collagen with your fish oil. Assuming your kids are healthy, they will need about 500 mg of Omega-3 per day.


Betty Babineaux June 16, 2013 at 5:16 am

I starting triple strenght omega3 fish oil iam taking 3aday for dry eyes it that ok


Vin Kutty June 16, 2013 at 1:55 pm

Hi Betty – yes, that should help dry eyes.


Betty Babineaux June 17, 2013 at 1:59 am

The fish oil omega 3 it’s the triple strength it has 1400 fish oil and 900 omega 3 I was using all kinds of eye drops nothing works the dr says they are very dry I just starting taking them yesterday


Anni June 27, 2013 at 5:48 pm

Hi Vin, While I wait for my Omegavia to arrive I bougth Carlson Elite Omega 3 Fish Oil: 1 Soft Gel contains- 800 mg Omega 3 Fatty Acids from fish oil, EPA 400 mg, DHA 300 mg, other Omega 3s 100 mg. Is this a good of Omega 3? I’m starting on a 3000 mg daily to lower tryglicerides. Thank you.


Vin Kutty June 28, 2013 at 1:20 am

Hi Anni – yes, it’s a good product. But you may need a stronger product for lowering triglycerides: http://www.omegavia.com/why-pharmaceutical-grade-fish-oil-is-better/


Melody July 10, 2013 at 9:34 pm

Hi Vin, Is Nature Made Fish oil Pearls is good? I have very dry scalp and maybe i will try this brand to help my scalp. Thank you


Vin Kutty July 17, 2013 at 3:53 am

Hi Melody – yes, it is good. Great if you have problems swallowing larger pills. But downside is that you will have to take 4-6 pearls per day.


Don July 24, 2013 at 3:07 am

Hello, thank you for all research. I am a male 54yrs old. I have asthma a diabete and cholesterol, I want to know how many mg fish oil do I need to take a day to eliminate the ventolin hfa pump for asthma. the fish oil I have is 1000mg/300mg omega-3 per softgel.


Vin Kutty July 24, 2013 at 4:34 pm

Hi Don – I’m not sure taking fish oil will eliminate the need for Ventolin. Granted, asthma is an inflammatory condition and Omega-3 in fish oil is anti-inflammatory, I think you may notice a decrease in your need for Ventolin if you combined an anti-inflammatory diet with about 2000 mg of Omega-3 from fish oil per day. I don’t think taking just fish oil will eliminate the need for the medication. Look into anti-inflammatory diets that reduce Omega-6-rich industrial seed oils like soybean and corn oils and also reduces insulin-spiking sugar and refined carbohydrates.


Betty August 28, 2013 at 3:11 pm

I have shingles. Pain started 10 days ago. Broke out in rash 5 days ago. Been reading on Internet that fish oil helps restore myelin sheath which should help nerve endings and shingles. Do you find this to be true? If so, how much fish oil should I be taking. I’m 65, very active, take vitamins, but have not been including fish oils. My muscles stay tense even without shingles. My skin on my arms is very crepey, skin on legs rough feeling and dry. Thanks for any advise you can give. 😉


Vin Kutty August 28, 2013 at 6:36 pm

Hi Betty – sorry to hear – you must be uncomfortable. I have not read anything very convincing on fish oil and shingles. However, Omega-3 can help with myelin sheath health. I would include 1000 to 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day. Get magnesium glycinate or citrate supplements for your tense muscles. Are you on a low-fat diet? If so, stop. Get to know healthy fats – olive oil, coconut oil, grass-fed butter and be generous with them. Avoid soybean oils and all other vegetable oils – they are too high in pro-inflammatory Omega-6 fats.


Betty August 29, 2013 at 6:34 pm

Thank you so much for your prompt response. That shows you really do care about the health of others. What a blessing to find in today’s world. I am not on a low fat diet and I do use coconut oil and olive oil as my main oils. I take magnesium, but probably not enough. Is there a particular dosage that you would recommend?


Vin Kutty August 30, 2013 at 3:45 am

Hi Betty – thank you. Glad to hear that you are using some good oils. Aim for 400 to 500 mg of magnesium per day but the source makes a difference – if you’re getting it from magnesium oxide, you might as well be swallowing a pebble. Track down the glycinate or malate or may be even citrate forms. Do no get the ones that has oxide mixed in with it. Citrate while well-absorbed, it can give you a laxative effect. Oxide definitely can.


rupinder September 3, 2013 at 5:27 am

Hi Vin, I live in New Zealand and take Go healthy New zealand Fish oil capsules. They state 1500 mg wild source and mercury tested. Each capsule contains:
Marine triglycerides 450mg
EPA 270 mg
DHA 180 mg.
I take three capsules a day. Are these pills any good?
Thank you


Vin Kutty September 3, 2013 at 7:53 pm

Hi Rupi – I can only comment on the the quantity of Omega-3 and that is good. You’re getting 450 mg Omega-3 per pill and since you’re taking 3 per day, that’s 1350 mg Omega-3 per day. Not bad at all, unless you’re trying to control high triglycerides or deal with some other chronic issue, in which case, this may not be enough.


Tiffany September 16, 2013 at 3:18 pm

Hi there, I have severe dry skin and eczema and have started taking fish oil to try to help it. I am currently taking 3 soft gels of 1000 mg (EPA 180 · DHA 120). I realize now that isnt very much, so can you reccommend how to much to take to help out my skin?

Thank you very much!


Vin Kutty September 16, 2013 at 4:22 pm

Hi Tiffany – before I tell you how much Omega-3 to eat, may I ask if you are on a low-fat diet? If so, that’s a big problem. You skin needs healthy, natural fats. You need to eat more olive oil, coconut oil, butter and other healthy fats. No, fats wont make you fat – sugars do. On top of that, aim for 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day.

PS: your skin and brain need a lot of healthy fats to be healthy. What’s going on with your skin is probably going on with your brain as well. Your brain is 60-70% fat – give this some thought.


Marcus Flores September 23, 2013 at 7:15 pm

Dear mr Kutty, someone told me that i should be taking some fourteen grammes of combined epa-dha,counting only the content of the abovementioned fatty acids and NOT the total fish oil to make up 14grammes. I was told this amount is safe with the 60mgs daily of prozac i also take daily. And i have started on this regimen. Apart from anxiety and stress and heartbreak and grief,i am completely disease-free,albeit my cholesterol is around 9. But i have been a lifelong sufferer with cholesterol hovering over 7. And bad ratios,too,lifelong since started testing at 27 years of age. I am male,now 69,and worry SOLELY because the prozac leaflet insert says to proceed with caution with anything which affects platelet action. However,if possible,i wish to continue taking my 14 grammes of EPA-DPA DAILY. Can you kindly advize me,please. Sincerely,marcus.


Vin Kutty September 23, 2013 at 8:11 pm

Hi Marcus – this requires a sit-down chat with your doctor.

I suspect your diet is seriously off-kilter. Regardless, 14 grams or 14,000 mg of EPA and DHA per day is ridiculous! That’s bordering on overdose! Stay with 2 to 3 grams per day.

More here: http://www.omegavia.com/supplements-for-depression-anxiety/


Amit Jain October 5, 2013 at 10:35 am

I’m 35. I have just done my cholesterol lipid profile and my profile overall is very bad. I am planning to start GNC Triple strength fish oil plus krill softgels or should i start GNC Triple omega 3-6-9 softgels or Nature made triple omega 3-6-9?


Vin Kutty October 5, 2013 at 6:32 pm

Hi Amit – go with the triple strength. Do not take the 3-6-9.

More here: http://www.omegavia.com/omega-3-6-9/ and here: http://www.omegavia.com/cholesterol-when-to-panic/


Amit Jain October 5, 2013 at 8:01 pm

Thank you very much for such a fast reply. But I could’nt find the answer to my problem. I have seen the links that you have sent me, but there was no details of why should i go with triple strength and not 3-6-9.


Vin Kutty October 7, 2013 at 5:46 pm

So, Amit – if you read the blog on why you should NOT take an Omega-3-6-9 pill, half your question is answered. This leaves you with one other option: Triple Strength, since those were the two choices you had. Frankly, any non-3-6-9 fish oil is fine, but Triple Strength is a highly concentrated source of Omega-3 and one of the best products at GNC.


Amit Jain October 8, 2013 at 9:38 am

Also please let me know in GNC Triple Strength Fish Oil how much mg should i take.

Marcus Flores October 6, 2013 at 9:16 am

Thanks for your reply and advice. May i ask whether fish oils high-dose and policosanol 40mgs are safe together,on a daily basis? There is no point in asking a doctor or pharmacist about things which are not pharmaceuticals,here. The best of them admit that they know little or nothing about herbs,nutrients,or anything which is not a drug. Regards. Marcus.


Vin Kutty October 7, 2013 at 5:31 pm

Hi Marcus – same here. But yes, fish oil and policosanol are fine together. Although I am not fully convinced about the benefits of policosanol.


Betty October 12, 2013 at 1:37 pm

Vin, I had a health screening about a month ago. All tests were clear except carotid arteries. One showed mild blockage. The other showed moderate blockage. Could you please tell me if fish oil or other foods/supplements would help clear them out. I am 65, eat pretty well and exercise often by walking. Thanks


Vin Kutty October 13, 2013 at 7:41 pm

Hi Betty – this is not a minor thing. You should work with your doctor to address this. You will also need to speak to a nutritionist about changing your diet – someone who can hold your hands and walk you thru some major changes. Try: http://nourishnutrition.com

As for supplements, I suggest you get Life Extensions Super K2. It is a Vitamin K2 formula. Yes, Omega-3 will help. Aim for 1000 mg of Omega-3 per day.


julie g November 6, 2013 at 6:47 am

I am taking 4 of the ultimate omega Nordic naturals for dry eyes it has been 5 days taking the 4 gel cspsules, before that had been taking only 2 with no results for a month for my dry eyes! How long before it will help! Thank-you , julie


Vin Kutty November 6, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Hi Julie – I’d give it a couple of weeks. If you see absolutely no difference in a couple of weeks, don’t give up yet. You may have to tweak your diet a little bit too – less Omega-6 from vegetable oils (olive oil and butter are fine) and less sugar and refined carbs.


Betty December 11, 2013 at 12:24 am

Hi, Vin. Can you tell me if fish oil helps TMJ. Never had it before. Thanks!


Vin Kutty December 11, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Hi Betty – I have not seen any research on fish oil and TMJ. I suspect that it does not help, but it can’t hurt to try. You may also want to take a look at magnesium supplements. Stress, poor diet and lack of sleep can make it worse, so those are all things to address.


Logan January 3, 2014 at 8:43 am

Is it fine to take Vitamins and minerals together with 660 mg Omega 3- I made to understand that Omega 3 fish oils contains Vitamin A and same goes the intake of vitamin A from Vitamin supplement.

Please advice , on the correct amount/ dosage of vitamin A and i am wary of high dosage and thinning of blood.



Vin Kutty January 3, 2014 at 7:23 pm

Hi Logan – yes, it is OK to take Omega-3 with your multivitamin. Most Omega-3 have no Vitamin A. Most people are also low in Vitamin A – worries about Vit A overdose is common but misplaced.


marlene paemoller September 4, 2014 at 3:47 am

I am prescribed 10ml of super EFA a day by my naturopath. Can I mix the 2 tsps. in my coffee or will that destroy the omega 3’s? I know it’s supposed to not taste bad but it still repulses me when I swallow it. Also, should it be kept in the fridge?


Vin Kutty, MS September 4, 2014 at 6:17 pm

Hi Marlene – no, I would not add it to coffee or anything that’s hot. It won’t fully destroy it, but it will make a somewhat rancid product even more so. If you are working with ANY liquid fish oil, it must be kept frozen or refrigerated. Otherwise it will go rancid very quickly. I am surprised that your naturopath did not mention this. If it repulses you, may be you ought to try another brand. More here: http://www.omegavia.com/liquid-fish-oil/


anu September 15, 2014 at 5:34 am

i am taking 2 pills of carlson elite omega -3 ,1250mg per day .it provides me
800mg epa,600mg dha. and other omegas .i have been taking it for last week,could you please tell me ,it is good for treating depression.


Vin Kutty, MS September 15, 2014 at 5:04 pm

Hi Anu – it should help, assuming your depression was caused by Omega-3 deficiency but insufficient Omega-3 alone is rarely the cause for depression. There are SEVERAL dietary and lifestyle factors that contribute to depression. Genetics, traumatic events and factors not related to diet can also cause it. Work with a psychiatrist – don’t self-diagnose and self-treat if you’re suffering. There are lots of articles on this website about diet and mood – read them all as well.


Edwin Velasquez October 18, 2014 at 3:39 am

hello I had a stent put in January 2014 my artery was clog 92%. I’m currently taking aAtrovasting 80 mg 1 tablet at bedtime. I’m also taking Diltiazem 180 m . I am also taking plavix 75 milligrams everyday. since I’m taking high-dose cholesterol medication, blood thinners and beta blockers. is it possible for me to start a regimen of Omega 3 and if I can how many do I have to take per day.


Vin Kutty, MS October 18, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Hi Edwin – since you’re under intensive pharmaceutical therapy, you should check with your cardiologist/primary care doc to see if it’s OK for you. Having said that, Omega-3 does not interfere with any of the drugs you mentioned and may even help them work a little better. Omega-3 is a natural anti-inflammatory and should help your health. If your doctors give you a green light, aim for 2000 mg of Omega-3 per day.


kathrina enoria February 24, 2015 at 9:55 pm

hello. Just want to ask if how much the dosage should i take. Is it good to take fish oil and vit e 300 everyday? I am 25 years old and diagnosed Polycystic ovarian syndrome 2years ago, have asthma also.. I am in 70kl of weight? Im looking forward to your response! thanks and godbless.


Vin Kutty, MS February 25, 2015 at 3:27 am

Hi Kathrina – yes, it’s OK to take fish oil and Vitamin E together. Aim for 1000 mg of Omega-3 per day.


Wesley April 7, 2015 at 7:12 pm

Hey Vin,

I thought I remembered reading in an article or comment that the only real risk to be take under consideration was the possibility of cutting off GLA production due to competition with EPA at high doses. What doses would those be? Is there a grams of O3/body weight ratio that is optimal for avoiding that or is there a amount of GLA you should take per every set amount you go over that ratio? Enjoying the product but already take GLA supp, am asking for family members, who are aged 12-59



Vin Kutty, MS April 7, 2015 at 11:06 pm

Hi Wes – this is a theoretical argument. We simply don’t know at what dose EPA begin to interfere with GLA. But I’d be shocked if you noticed anything with a few grams of EPA. GLA is fine (and important) but Barry Sears argues that daily consumption may not provide benefits for all as you’d assume. I occasionally pop a GLA pill, but not regularly.


Azri June 21, 2015 at 5:22 pm

how many of Alaskan salmon oil 1000mg should I consume a day?


Vin Kutty, MS June 22, 2015 at 4:04 am

Hi Azri – don’t know…depends on your state of health and your health goals. But I’d say at least 1, but may be as many as 3 or 4.


Amber July 20, 2015 at 11:01 pm

Hello I went to gnc looking for something that could help my joints they suggested omega-3 which I also need to take daily. Is gnc triple strength fish oil 1500 a good brand to take for raising hdl and joints? If so how many should i take a day to actually see a difference ?

Thank you


Vin Kutty, MS July 20, 2015 at 11:09 pm

Hi Amber – GNC is a pretty good brand. Omega-3 won’t raise HDL much. Exercise helps with HDL. But Omega-3 can help reduce inflammation and that will help your joints.


Omegavia May 4, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Hi Jacob – I would suggest taking 2000 mg per day to reduce inflammation and swelling and then reducing it to 1000 mg per day for maintenance.
– Vin


Vin Kutty October 8, 2013 at 5:15 pm

I’d go with 2 a day.


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