Some people ask, “What kind of Omega-3 is best to take?” Is it fish oil, krill or calamarine? The correct answer is, “All of the above!”
Garey Simmons, Fitness Trainer and Holistic Health Coach reports: I have tried many varieties of Omega-3 Oils: Res-Q 1250, Nordic Naturals, Icelandic Health… Nothing comes close to The Omega-3 Protocol!
This Protocol is for the health conscious individual who wants to make a noticeable, significant difference in their health. Why pit one type against another? No one said you can only take one! This is an ‘all of the above’ solution. Reap the benefits from all.
The Omega-3 Protocol: (It’s a two month supply!)
120 Capsules of True Omega-3 700mgs of EPA/DHA (Powerful)
120 Capsules of Antarctic Krill Oil (Fast Acting)
120 Capsules of High DHA Omega-3 Calamarine (Smart)
THE COMPLETE Omega-3 Protocol for Heart, Brain and Joint Health with Strong Anti-Inflammatory Benefits!
The Omega-3 Protocol is Set up as a Two Month Supply and Costs Less Than a Dollar a Day.
How Do I Take the Omega-3 Protocol?
It’s simple. One capsule from each type of Omega-3 twice a day, preferably the first dose early in the morning and the second dose just before bed. So the dose is three capsules in the morning and three capsules in the evening. Take the protocol before food in the morning and just before bed in the evening.
Is There Overlap in Taking the Three Different Omega-3s?
Yes! The purpose of taking one of each capsule twice a day is to help to overcome the deficiency of Omega-3s in the American diet. In most circumstances, this dose is safe to take with most medication. If you are on a blood thinning pharmaceutical drug, by all means check with your prescribing physician.
Give your doctor this article (print and email link versions available) and your doctor may lower your dose of the pharmaceutical or may ask you to spread the Omega-3 dosage out over a longer period. For example taking 2 capsules before breakfast, 2 capsules in the mid-afternoon and the third dose in the evening. If this were the case, take the two Krill in the morning, two Calamarine in the afternoon and two True Omega-3 in the evening. In total you are getting a just under 3 grams of EPA/DHA per day. In some circumstances, some people may want a higher dose, for example for treating rheumatoid arthritis many physicians recommend 4 grams of EPA/DHA per day. Remember it’s not the capsule volume that is important, it’s the amount of EPA/DHA that counts!
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