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Omega-3 index - good level needed 2.4 grams of regular Omega-3 - Grassroots Nov 2018

How much omega-3 is needed to achieve an Omega-3 Index level of 8.0% or higher?

  • "Here are some results from the Omega-3 Index testing of 700+ participants. Please take a look at the dose-response curve. You can note that if the target index level is 8%, fully 90% of the population could achieve that level with 2400 mg/day. This is a higher intake than most supplement manufacturers put as a recommended dose. That is, of course, why we do the dose-response curves. The curve is also a straight line in this region."



Omega 3 Index Map VDW 7552
Not as many grams of Omega-3 may be needed

ConsumerLab - Omega-3 Report, Nov 2018, 87 pages

  • Mentions the increased bioavailability of Coromega, but speculates that a fatty meal would provide a similar increase
  • Vetomega did not pay to get reviewed by Consumerlab
  • Cost of EPA ranged hugely: $.20 to $6.00 per gram
  • Some reviewed Omega-3 products had oxidation problems
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Grassroots Health on VitaminDWiki includes

Note: Omega-3 has been decreasing while Omega-6, which blocks it, has been increasing

Vitamin D and Omega-3 category starts with

394 Omega-3 items in category Omega-3 helps with: Autism (8 studies), Depression (29 studies), Cardiovascular (34 studies), Cognition (49 studies), Pregnancy (40 studies), Infant (32 studies), Obesity (13 studies), Mortality (7 studies), Breast Cancer (5 studies), Smoking, Sleep, Stroke, Longevity, Trauma (12 studies), Inflammation (18 studies), Multiple Sclerosis (9 studies), VIRUS (12 studies), etc
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