I bought these not too long ago, ended up returning them because I had no idea how vile fish oil supplements were. My mouth tasted awful for hours afterwards. Whatever the benefits are, I'm better off without them.
I've been buying the cheaper Kirkland 400-ct 1000mg fish oil (300mg "EPA/DHA and other Omega 3 fatty acids") when Costco has them for $8 after coupon (normally they're $12). And then I saw on Dr. Oz that the "other Omega 3 fatty acids" in these lower cost products don't have any medical benefits, so there's less than 300 mg EPA/DHA per pill, vs. 684 mg for OP's fish oil. At least the cheap pills cost 2 cents each, vs. 6.93 (or 6.38 w/coupon) cents.
Given that the daily recommended intake for fat is 65g and many vegetable oils are a major source of Omega-6, I doubt these tiny 1 gram pill will make much difference in the ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 in one's diet. Decreasing intake of omega-6 in food or increasing (or replacing omega-6 with) dietary intake of omega-3 probably has a bigger effect.
Oh, pseudo-scientific claiming Dr. Oz. Very credible source! I also get my loan advice from Ca$hmart and my insurance from The General. Just waiting for my settlement from my disability claim then I can go buy some grade A fish oil that Dr. Oz approves of!
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