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Go3 Original Omega 3 with Vitamins Was £9.78 Now £1.00 @ Tesco (Saving of £8.78)

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Original Omega-3 - Available in instore 60 Capsules with Vitamin A, D and E. Original Norwegian formula Highly concentrated Omega-3 fish oil Provides a rich source of Vitamin A, D and E Capsule… Read More
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Original Omega-3 - Available in instore
60 Capsules with Vitamin A, D and E.

Original Norwegian formula
Highly concentrated Omega-3 fish oil
Provides a rich source of Vitamin A, D and E
Capsule shell made from fish gelatine
For adults and older children

Omega-3s are essential fatty acids found mainly in oily fish. They are important nutrients. Many of us, especially children, do not eat oily fish as often as we should. The government advises that at least two servings of fish, one of which should be oily, is consumed every week. (Equivalent to approximately 3g Long Chain Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids). Taken every day, GO3 Original Omega can help you get the levels of Omega-3 DHA and EPA your bodies need.
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#1
duplicate post
banned#2
If you buy these- or buy into the (snake) fish oil con in any way you are a mug
#3
By the looks of it, the posts are similar but not exactly the same. The strawberry ones are for young children and the original ones are for older kids and adults. Think I'd prefer the strawberry ones :-D
#4
Snake? :?
#5
Mascherano
If you buy these- or buy into the (snake) fish oil con in any way you are a mug


why is that?
I agree with what you're saying if you're referring to purchasing at the original price, but what's wrong with taking omega supplements if you don't get a chance to eat oily fish everyday?
banned#6
jeczap
why is that?
I agree with what you're saying if you're referring to purchasing at the original price, but what's wrong with taking omega supplements if you don't get a chance to eat oily fish everyday?

No evidence exists that they do anyone any good- except the billion-dollar spupplement companies (makes them rich)
#7
Mascherano
No evidence exists that they do anyone any good- except the billion-dollar spupplement companies (makes them rich)


are you referring to the supplements, or omega/oily fish :?
banned#8
jeczap
are you referring to the supplements, or omega/oily fish :?


Both. In trying to understand differences on cardiovascular disease between mediterranean/nothern european people diet is clearly an important factor. Can any protective/ben eficial effect of omega 3 be proven? No.
This is a very well studied area, and most studies are inconclusive or negative. This hasnt stopped the fish oil crooks (of whom equazen are probably the worst) from propagating the myth that out kids NEED this crap! At our expense.
#9
Mascherano
Both. In trying to understand differences on cardiovascular disease between mediterranean/nothern european people diet is clearly an important factor. Can any protective/ben eficial effect of omega 3 be proven? No.
This is a very well studied area, and most studies are inconclusive or negative. This hasnt stopped the fish oil crooks (of whom equazen are probably the worst) from propagating the myth that out kids NEED this crap! At our expense.


gotcha :thumbsup:

I guess the real problem goes back to what parents are feeding their children....(won't open that can of worms)
At least these oils should give them a shiny hairdo, eh? ;-)
banned#10
jeczap
gotcha :thumbsup:

I guess the real problem goes back to what parents are feeding their children....(won't open that can of worms)
At least these oils should give them a shiny hairdo, eh? ;-)


I think you've hit the nail on the head.
Its hard to be properly informed on this subject as the media fall over themselves to promote omega 3 as the answer to a very complex socio-economic problem.
#11
Is it online

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