Fish Oil Burps

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mamaweazel

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 18:33
Need I say more?
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1tarheelfan

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 18:48
I hate the fish burps. I actually bought some fish oil that said "no fish burps" on the label. So far - no more fish burps!!
fredmugs

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 19:01
LOL I quit taking those things because of that alone.
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mamaweazel

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 19:19
I've been taking them before bed & sleeping thru the fish burps I guess. I just bought a bottle of the buirpless variety...I hope it helps. Not really in my favor that I can't stand to eat fish...that's why I'm doing the fish oil! LOL Very Happy
Goal #1: 145 lbs. SCORE! 143, 05 Apr 2011
Coming soon: 138 lbs
AuntieJan

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 21:05
If it's for cholesterol reduction, use Flaxseed oil, my Dr. recommended them to me. I take 2 1000mg capsules/day and no fish burps. If I want fish breath, I want to have enjoyed eating the fish! LOL..........
"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of another" - Charles Dickens
gefd28

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 21:17
I take the Kirkland Omega-3 Fish Oil (1200 mg with 684 mg of omega 3 fatty acids), I don't get any fishy taste or burps.
Hermiones...

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Posted: 18 Apr 2011, 23:23
I use flaxseed tablets and Megared Krill Oil capsules, which seem to be burp free, although they leave an aftertaste for a few minutes after you swallow them.
BuffyBear

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Posted: 19 Apr 2011, 07:11
I take 1/2 dose in the AM and the other half at night. Fish oil is much more effective than the flax (for lengthy scientific explanation -see internet).
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lcleaner2b

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Posted: 19 Apr 2011, 07:20
I use Nordic Naturals 3-6-9 complete - no burps
justamom2six

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Posted: 19 Apr 2011, 08:01
I just listened to a podcast on nutrition yesterday, and the Dr. said if you have "burps" after taking your "fish oil", the fish oil is rancid! He stated that purchasing vitamins in a grocery store or convenience type store is not a good idea, because they are often rancid by the time the customer gets them. I take fish oil daily, no burps! I got my fish oil capsules from Swanson vitamins. They have quality products, you can order on line, and they are inexpensive. HTH



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