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    October 22, 2010


    Clyde Wilson

    Nathan, I am unable to discern enough information about how the various companies process their fish oil to make recommendations. I changed my article a bit to address this issue. My apologies for not being able to recommend specific products. Keep an eye out for cold processed fish oil.


    Clyde, can you recommend a specific fish oil supplement? (It's unclear reading labels which ones meet the criteria you outline above)

    Mike H

    Don't forget the whole mercury controversy. Here's the FDA report on mercury level for different kinds of fish, but it's pretty old data (1990 for a lot of it):

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