Dr. Oz recommends Omega 3 fish oils

Dr. Oz recommends Omega 3 fish oils

Dr. Oz recently posted an article entitled “A Smart Guide to Buying Supplements.” In his article he cites Advocare Omega-Plex as one of the omega-3 products that passed ConsumerLabs.com tests.

Read more of his review below:

* Don’t be fooled by the amount of “fish oil” on the front of the label. Instead, look for the amounts of EPA and DHA listed on the back of the bottle.

* You’ll need at least 500 mg per dose of the omega-3s EPA and DHA. You’ll need a higher daily amount to treat some conditions; to avoid having to take too many softgels, pick a liquid or a product with a higher concentration of omega-3s.

* Look out for oils that have gone rancid (this is hard to tell before you buy) or will go rancid (near their “best by” date). If you choose a bottled oil, use it up within two to three weeks of opening and always close tight and refrigerate.

* You don’t have to pay a lot. There are good omega-3 oil supplements on the market for as little 5 or 6 cents per 500 mg of omega-3.

* Of the products tested, Life Extension’s Super Omega and AdvoCare Omegaplex Omega-3s are among those that passed ConsumerLab.com’s tests.

Here is a link to the Omega 3 we sell in our store: https://www.advocare.com/120711609/Store/ItemDetail.aspx?itemCode=W2002&id=search. Cost $21.95 for 45 capsules.

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Monday’s Workout

Strength: Press 3Rm

Conditioning:

For Time:

  • 100 Squats
  • 50 Burpees
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-time cap 10 minutes

Tuesday’s Workout

Conditioning:

For Time

  • 100 kb swings
  • 100 double unders
  • 100 overhead squats
  • 100 double unders

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