Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3 Review

Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3 Review

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Dylan Wingate BScPhm, RPh

What is Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3?

In this review of Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3, we determine if this DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) concentrated fish oil makes an Omega 3 supplement worth trying. The manufacturer prides their product as it undergoes a unique distillation process which removes PCB’s (polychlorinated biphenyls or toxins found in industrial products or chemicals) dioxins, mercury, and lead which are commonly found in tinned cans of fish.

Ingredients

EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) is known for supporting the immune system and protecting the brain from neurological disorders as it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) is abundantly present in cellular membranes and is pivotal for optimum brain functioning and well-being. This fatty acid has the reputation for being essential in the brain development of fetuses and young children and continues to be utilized by the adult brain.

We are certainly disappointed to see such low concentrations of DHA and EPA in the ingredient list. Most competing bands have a concentration of 600 mg of DHA and 800 mg of EPA per daily serving.

Other ingredients:

  • Glycerin
  • Water
  • Vitamin E
  • Gelatin

Vitamin E and Glycerin may assist the digestion and absorption of the fatty acids. We are unsure where the glycerin is derived from, as the manufacturer does not stipulate it on their website or on the product’s label. Should it be bovine gelatin, it would mean that this product is not eco-friendly and should be avoided by vegetarians and vegans.

Dosage

It is recommended that adults take one soft gel twice a day, along with meals or as instructed by a qualified medical practitioner. We feel uncertain about this dosage due to the low concentration of DHA and EPA in the blend. The daily intake of these essential fatty acids which clinical studies have shown to be beneficial is actually 600 mg of EPA and 800 mg of DHA, which is not what the customer is getting should they follow these dosage instructions.

What is the Cost?

A container of 100 soft gels is $7.88 and is available for online purchase through the manufacturer’s website.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

The manufacturer offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, as long as they are non-perishable and are returned unopened and in their original packaging. We feel that this is an exceptionally short period, as most leading brands offer a 365-day 100% money back guarantee.

Our Final Review of Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3

We like that this product does not include wheat, gluten, sugar, salt, dairy, yeast, corn or artificial in their in their blend of ingredients. We also find their container of 100 soft gels to be extremely affordable. Although after our research, we have been exposed to facts which we cannot overlook, such as the lack of sufficient concentrations of EPA and DHA , as well as the very short guarantee period. We feel that if Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3 is a strong product, it should have a stronger guarantee, and therefore in conclusion, we cannot recommend Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3, as we feel that there are better Omega-3 dietary supplements worth trying.

What is Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3? In this review of Fore Most Fish Oil Omega 3, we determine if this DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) concentrated fish oil makes an Omega 3 supplement worth trying. The manufacturer prides their product as it undergoes a unique distillation…
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Dylan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy and has also completed an Accredited Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Residency Program. He is a registered pharmacist in Toronto, and is a strong advocate not only for the drugs he dispenses, but also for alternative therapies and herbal medicine in order to improve the efficacy of those prescribed drugs. Dylan believes passionately in a holistic view of medicine and because of this sticks to the Whole30 diet as well as working out regularly. He loves exercising outdoors - swimming during the summer and playing ice hockey during the freezing Canadian winter months.


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