Omega 3 EPA:DHA
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21 Nov 2006 03:05 PST
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What is the appropriate EPA:DHA ratio recommended for daily intake
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Re: Omega 3 EPA:DHA
From: sally1986-ga on 22 Nov 2006 14:52 PST
The ratio of EPA to DHA really depends on what you are using the omega 3 for. If you are after an omega 3 supplement just to complement your diet (ie you dont eat 2 serves of fish per week) then you are looking at 1.5 EPA to every DHA. If you are using omega 3 to improve joint health (ie arthritis) then the ratio is 4.5EPA:1DHA. Omega three to improve heart health then the ratio is 2EPA:1DHA Omega three to assist brain performance then the ratio is 1EPA:5DHA hope this helps?
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