Fish oils are also contaminated with:
- PCPs (polychlorinated biphenyls)
- Radioactive materials
The processing of fish to make fish oil uses a considerable amount of heat and air contact which leads to highly unstable, oxidized oils that are basically rancid. Chemical solvents are used to help press out as much oil from the fish as possible, these solvents are often petrochemicals. There are also bleaching and deodorizing chemicals that are used that are known to be toxic to humans.
Consider also that our oceans are over fished and a continuing demand for fish products is not sustainable for future generations. We are already facing devastating consequences on marine ecology and facing extinction of a large variety of aquatic life.
Fish obtain their omega 3 fatty acids by eating microalgae. You can obtain it the same way, through Marine Phytoplankton.
Marine Phytoplankton is at the bottom of the food chain (fish eat it, but it doesn't eat anything); so you can be assured that you are getting only the benefits of the omega fatty acids without the contaminants.
For winter blues or depression, combine Marine Phytoplankton with Klamath Lake Blue Green Algae and Camu Camu based Vitamin C Powder – blend them in a smoothie to boost your “happy” brain chemicals.
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