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These Amundsen Omega 3 - Super EPA/DHA Tin (120 capsules) have been reduced to £8.99 @ Trust William.

To get them for just £3.50 delivered use discount code: omegasuper

Provides sufficient levels of EPA and DHA for everyday health maintenance. The levels of EPA and DHA may impact on heart, brain and eye function. The product is ideal as the first step can be complemented by adding Ultra DHA or Ultra EPA to specifically support areas of the body.

# 100% naturally sourced triglyceride fish oil.
# Each 500mg capsule contains 165mg of EPA which equates to 39% of capsule content and 115mg of DHA equating to 26% of capsule content.
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[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]Ordered and voting HOT! This looks like quality Omega 3 and a steal at the price. Thanking yooooo! :thumbsup:[/SIZE][/FONT]
is this suitable for toddlers?
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Thanks Biggushlong :)

Hi ivrytwr3:) The site says they are recommended for Adults and children over 5 years.
******!! But great deal; thanks!
bargain, and don't forgot quidco
ordered mine thanks.
Omega 3 supplements not been proven don't work save your money v cold
I'm in agreement with Darren, there is no reason to suggest a healthy person would gain anything from Omega 3 supplements and very little evdience for anyone with any kind of learning difficultiees. I wouldn't waste my money on 'em, buy some fruit and veg or oily fish instead.

There is increasing evidence that vitamin supplements (OK, I know Omega 3 is not a vitamin) don't work as a substitute for vitamins in your food and they may increase the risk of some forms of cancer.

Stay away from pill peddlars, eat a healthy diet and get some exercise!
Sourced from fish oil = high heavy metal content...
darren hardie
Omega 3 supplements not been proven don't work save your money v cold

Come again? Do you mean they don't work?

Anyway, this is a superb article on Omega 3 supplements.

They do work if they have enough EPA and DHA in them (1000mg per day). In the case of the Amundsen it doesn't have that much (280mg combined).

However, they calculate how much it would cost you per month if you took enough of them to make up 1000mg of EPA/DHA. The cheapest in the review is £5.17. Using the same calculation the Amundsen would only cost £3.13 per month to get the optimal amount.

So this is basically a very hot deal indeed! And for something that does work and is proven (providing you take enough of it).
At best they think they might help nothing proven. even the EU is now stepping in to regulate this market (supplements/Vitamins). Like inicholson say's eat well and move around more, don't depend on pills to sort you out. Anything the daily mail prints is tosh.
got to agree. Daily Mail prints "health" stuff every week and basically rarely contains anything particularly beneficial, and scares the hell out of people...... Controversial whether any benefit of this sort of product over eating oily fish in a varied diet. Good price if you insist on taking this stuff however, so I won't vote cold...
This is quite a good deal, but if you want a years supply Simply Supplements equivalent is quite good at £14.29 delivered. Mind you, if you can get 3 packs of the OP it's probably better.
10 Reasons Fish Oils are Essential
By: Charles Poliquin

Fish oils, rich in the Omega-3 fatty acids may help prevent depression, stabilize the moods of maniac-depressives, and alleviate symptoms of schizophrenia.
University of California's Johnsson Cancer Center, Los Angeles, CA

Fish oils is one of the few substances known to lower concentrations of triglycerides (fatty substances) that pose a cardiovascular risk, in the blood.
J Raloff Science News

Increasing the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids has direct effects on serotonin levels.
Andrew Stoll M.D.1999 Archives of General Psychiatry

Fish oils, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) help prevent heart disease, depression, and cancer.
Hans R. Larsen, Msc chE "Fish Oils: The Essential Nutrients" International Health News

Research has shown that supplementation with fish oils can markedly reduce interlukin-1beta production and results in a significant reduction in morning stiffness and the number of painful joints in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Darlington, L Gail and Stone, Trevor W. Antioxidants and fatty acids in the amelioration of rheumatoid arthritis and related disorders. British Journal of Nutrition, Vol. 85, March 2001, pp.251-69.

Several clinical trials have concluded that eating fish regularly or supplementing with fish oils can reduce the risk of sudden cardiac death by as much as 50%.
Bigger,J. Thomas and El-Sherif, Tarek. Polyunsaturated fatty acids and cardiovascular events: a fish tale. Circulation, Vol.103, February 6, 2001, pp623-25 (editorial).

Researchers at Mayo Clinic report that supplementation with fish oils, EPA and DHA is highly effective in slowing down the progression of IgA nephropathy, a common kidney disease.
Donadio, James V.,et al. A controlled trial of fish oil in IgA nephropathy. New England Journal of Medicine, Vol 331 November 3, 1994, pp1194-99 Van Ypersele de Strihou, Charles. Fish oil for IgA nephropathy? New England Journal of Medicine, Vol 331, November 3, 1994, pp 1227-29 (editorial).

Epidemiological studies have shown that populations with a high intake of fish oils have a lower incidence of inflammatory diseases such as asthma.
Dry J. and Vincent D. Effect of a Fish oil diet on asthma: results of a 1-year double bind study. Int Arch Allerguy Appl Immurol, Vol.95, 1991,pp.156-57.

Researchers at The University of Tromso now report that fish oil supplementation lowers blood pressure significantly in people with hypertension and has no effect on glucose control even in people with mid diabetes.
Toft, Ingrid, et al. Effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on glucose homeostasis and blood pressure in essential hypertension. Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol 123, No 12, December 15, 1995, pp 911-18. Connor, William E. Diabetes, fish oil, and vascular disease. Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol 123, No 12, December 15, 1995, pp950-52.

Medical researchers in New Zealand provide convincing evidence that an increased consumption of fish oils helps reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer.
Norrish, A,E, et al. Prostate cancer risk and consumption of fish oils: A dietary biomaker-based case-control study. British Journal of Cancer, Vol. 81, No.7, December 1999, pp.1238-42
Heat added, that is an absolute bargain, wish I could have ordered more than 1 though.
For those of us interested in positively and optimally altering body composition and maximizing our training efforts, fish oils offer thirteen possible advantages:

1. Cell membrane health: EPA and DHA insure that cell membranes remain healthy. This means that the membranes are flexible and contain larger numbers of insulin receptors that are more receptive and responsive to circulating insulin. This results in decreased fat storage in the adipocytes (fat cells).

2. Fish oils turn on the lipolytic genes (fat burning genes).

3. Fish oils turn off the lipogenic genes (fat storage genes).

4. Fish oils diminish C-reactive proteins, a newly identified risk factor associated with various inflammatory diseases, including atherosclerosis, angina, coronary heart disease, heart attack, stroke, congestive heart failure, and diabetes. The DHA fraction of the fish oil seems to be one most responsible for that protective effect. DHA also has the best ability to reduce blood pressure.

5. Increase utilization of fat stores from the adipocytes.

6. Preferential utilization for energy production once stored in the adipocytes.

7. Reduced inflammation from physical training.

8. Pain management from the reduced inflammation.

9. EPA regulates blood supply to the brain which is essential in maintaining focus in weight training sessions. DHA is important in brain membranes, memory, and cognitive function.

10. Fish oils increase serotonin levels (the happy neurotransmitter). Therefore, fish oils will decrease incidence of depression, anxiety, panic attack, and reduce carbohydrate cravings.

11. Fish oils will improve your cardiovascular risk profile by lowering VLDL, triglycerides, homocysteine, fibrinogen, and increasing HDL levels. Combining fish oils with plant sterols will improve lipid levels even more than either alone.

12. Fish oils can also decrease blood pressure by several mechanisms. These include increases in the vasodilatory compound, nitric oxide, reducing vascular inflammation, blocking the constrictive elements in the vascular wall such as the calcium channels reducing blood viscosity, and inhibiting a blood vessel constrictor (thromboxane). Lipoprotein (a) is another CVD predictor that can be lowered by fish oils (a 19% reduction was seen with natural, stable fish oils and just 4% with a highly purified fish oil).

13. Fish oils are a great stress fighter. Supplementation with n-3 fatty acids inhibits the adrenal activation of steroids, aldosterone, epinephrine, and norepinephrine (catecholamines) elicited by a mental stress, apparently through effects exerted at the level of the central nervous system. Therefore, for the same amount of stress, one will produce fewer stress hormones if consuming fish oils on a regular basis.

-Charles Poliquin
not bad value, but cheaper here if you buy 4 or more, + you get more g of EPA/DHA.

still a good deal and a necessary supplement in most peoples diets.
Wow...nice find......

I went thru Quidco...another 20% off(eventually)

and Quidco had another code which gave me more omega 3 capsules worth £9.99 free as well...

here is what it says on Quidco

Spend over £20 and receive a Free Pouch of 60 Omega 3 Fish Oil capsules worth £9.99 when used in collaboration with the code below:

Code: omegaqc

Valid until: 15th March 2009

So one free because I bought something else(had to spend£20)and the other heavily discounted
says £8.99 when i add to basket?
BargainHunter333 - thanks good info!

for good & long & healthy & disease-free life:

1. bowel/colon cleanse
2. liver cleanse
3. kidney cleanse
4. blood cleanse
5. good nutrition (raw vegan food/organic juices!)
6. exercise, clean water, clean air
7. emotional/spiritual detox
I wonder what sort of quality these epa oils are? There's no mention of which fish are used, smaller like anchovies are better cos they're generally lower in heavy metals due to being lower down the fish food chain I think, although I may be doing a Daily Mail and giving out spurious health info! I'm just always a bit wary when things are described as "Quality" when no information to back up this claim is given.
says £8.99 when i add to basket?

Hi :) You need to add the discount code to get this price.

To get them for just £3.50 delivered use discount code: omegasuper
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]Update.....the code works more than once with the as-stated 20% Quidco! Bargain!! ;-)[/SIZE][/FONT]

Nice list of selected positiive studies (mainly from nonsense pseuodscience publications wich are little more than trade magazines for the supplements industry) that ignores all the negative ones (mainly in peer-reviewed journals not funded by the multibillion pound supplements industry). Omega fish oil supplements have not been proven to be useful - it's very easy to find a list of studies which suggest they are and ignore all the rest.

Charles Poliquin's list is a collection of unsubstantiated claims - quality pseudoscience (worthy of the Daily Mail's health pages it's such nonsense).

@popoyaya - "detox" and "clensing" are nonsense terms with no meaning. Fish oisl have no role in ridding your body of toxins - a healthy liver and kidneys will do that not some miracle "superfood" or pill.

The belief that we need to pop some pills or eat specific "superfoods" to be healthy is complete nonsense - exercise and a balanced diet is fine. Pills at best are useless, promote the myth that we need medication to be healhy and in some cases may even increase the risk of cancer or interfere with medicines for which there is actual evidence of their efficacy.

I will continue to vote cold on any offers for supplements, herbal medicines, homeopathy, crystal healing, etc. The best value is to only buy products which are shown (repeatedly in well-designed clinical trails) to actually do some good. £3.50 would be better spent on a few bags of apples from your local supermarket!
Fast Eddie
I wonder what sort of quality these epa oils are? There's no mention of which fish are used, smaller like anchovies are better cos they're generally lower in heavy metals due to being lower down the fish food chain I think, although I may be doing a Daily Mail and giving out spurious health info! I'm just always a bit wary when things are described as "Quality" when no information to back up this claim is given.

There is a simpler way to consume Omega 3 etc from anchovies....

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