Which fish oil is best for you?

Take our fish oil quiz to land on the most ben­e­fi­cial for­mula for your spe­cific needs.*

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Rea­son for tak­ing fish oil FISH OIL BLEND:

A blend of more than one fish (such as an­chovies, sar­dines and mack­erel). Con­tain­ing EPA and DHA, most blends tend to be nat­u­rally higher in EPA.

HIGH-DHA FISH OIL BLEND:

A fish oil blend for­mu­lated to be higher in DHA is es­pe­cially help­ful for cog­ni­tive and vi­sion sup­port, chil­dren and preg­nant women.

HIGH-EPA FISH OIL BLEND:

While most fish oil blends are nat­u­rally higher in EPA, some blends are for­mu­lated to be even higher in these anti-in­flam­ma­tory fatty acids.

WILD SALMON OIL:

In ad­di­tion to omega-3 fatty acids, this oil con­tains the an­tiox­i­dant as­tax­an­thin, which may help sup­port vi­sion health.

KRILL OIL:

There is pre­lim­i­nary ev­i­dence, al­though lim­ited, show­ing the fatty acids from krill oil are bet­ter ab­sorbed than from other fish oils. Krill also con­tains the an­tiox­i­dant as­tax­an­thin, which may help sup­port vi­sion health.

COD LIVER OIL:

Con­tain­ing vi­ta­mins A and D, cod liver oil is higher in DHA than other fish oils, which is help­ful for brain development in chil­dren.

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