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Omega-3 fatty acids are beneficial for joint health and help maintain triglyceride levels already within a normal range.†
The Importance of Fish Oil
For over 90 years researchers have been studying the nutritional value of fish oil.1 The Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, found in fish oil are vital to the function of human cells. Brain cells are especially rich in DHA.2 Fish oil is well-known for its heart health benefits and over 200 scientific research articles have been published on this subject to date.
How much should I take?
The American Heart Association recommends consuming between 500 to 1800 mg of EPA and DHA per day for overall heart health.†
When reading labels, the supplement facts box will list the total amount of fish oil as well as the amounts of EPA and DHA, which are sometimes grouped together as total Omega-3s. The most important factor to consider is the amount of Omega-3.
The maximum amount of fish oil you should consume from supplements each day depends on how much fatty fish is eaten in your diet. In general, it is recommended not to consume more than 2 grams of Omega-3s from fish per day.