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Jarrow Formulas

Jarrow Formulas Max DHA, Supports Brain and Eye Health, 180 Softgels

Jarrow Formulas

Jarrow Formulas Max DHA, Supports Brain and Eye Health, 180 Softgels

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Product Description Product Description
  • Highly Concentrated in Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Enriched in DHA
  • Supports Brain and Eye Health*
  • Molecularly Distilled DHA Softgels
  • Essential Dietary Nutrient
  • Greater than 5:1 DHA to EPA Ratio
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do research before you buyI was buying walmart fish oil pills and I did wonder why a bottle could cost anywhere from $3 - $40 so I decided to do some research. Turns out if you buy cheap crappy fish oil pills they could be rancid from the day you buy them. Rancid fish oil pills have the opposite effect when it comes to dealing with muscle inflammatory issues (I get that from weightlifting) You can tell if fish oil pills are rancid if you open the container and they smell like rotten fish. If you open the bottle and smell any citrus scent (lime orange etc) then you want to avoid those pills too because the company could be masking the smell of the rancidnessDid a google search and found a list of reputable fish oil pills. These guys are on the list, but still relatively cheap compared to other fish oil companies. 5DHA for Mental Focus and Macular (Eye) HealthSUPERB supplement for the over-40 crowd as a hedge against age-related decaying memory skills. Also a great idea to research more info, if you have a child with autism or Attention Deficit Disorder. This also may help improve macula health (vision). Please Google for more information.I take at least FOUR of these a day and find they help my focus, memory, and visual acuity. In my experience, these also seem to help my physical flexibility (I think it works as a highly effective anti-inflammatory agent)--I can definitely tell a difference in my energy levels and mental focus if I miss a couple of days in a row. I couple this with a high quality fish oil like this and find the combo works great for me: Carlson The Very Finest Fish Oil Liquid Omega-3 Lemon, 500mlCarlson The Very Finest Fish Oil Liquid Omega-3 Lemon, 500ml. I'd just like to re-iterate an often-overlooked point: it's VITALLY important to evaluate ALL supplements you're taking and be aware that DHA and fish oil have bloodthinning properties, so dosage monitoring/awareness is important. Google is your friend : )Your mileage may vary, but this is one of my most essential supplements & the quality of this specific Jarrow formula seems to be EXCELLENT. Highly recommended!--Have a question about this DHA supplement? Just leave a comment & I'll be happy to help you, if I can. 5Buyer's Beware! They Changed The Formula & Downgraded The Product.I'm really disappointed that Jarrow has changed the formulation of the product. What you see here is not what you will receive. The new formula has 600mg DHA and 0mg EPA. The product boasts 968mg of Omega-3s but that is only because they now use canola oil as a filler to make the number seem higher. Canola oil is NOT good for your body, despite what some people believe (definitely research it!). Canola oil was not in the formulation shown here, but it is now. Other disappointing news is that the bottle no longer says what types of fish are in the oil (which usually means that they downgraded). I emailed Jarrow and asked about all of the changes and got a pretty vague and illusive answer. Apparently they have a new supplier of the fish oil, but they didn't say who or where the oil comes from (another red flag in regards to quality). The email said that the oil comes 'primarily' from anchovy and sardines (both are great because they carry a lower toxin load that tuna, mackerel, etc.), but did not say what else. The bottle does not mention anything about sustainability like their Krill oil does, and it doesn't look like the product is 3rd party tested. I don't know what they are thinking but this is not a higher quality product. I sent it back. 1Good for pregnancy, but I do get fish burpsI take DHA to support a healthy pregnancy. I prefer vegetarian DHA because I'm very sensitive to the aftertaste of fish-oil-based DHA capsules, but I chose this one because of the potency claims and reviews that said it left no aftertaste. I'm sad to say I was disappointed on both claims. I was focused on avoiding fish burps and didn't read the label or the reviews closely enough to realize that 500mg DHA is for two capsules. I should've paid attention; I know better. This is my own fault. Also, these do give me fish burps. They're not as strong or as foul as some other brands (the Mommy's Bliss DHA/Omega capsules come to mind), but I do still get them, especially if I take the capsules after a meal rather than before or in the middle of it. No fun when you're dealing with pregnancy nausea. All in all, a good product at a decent value if you're looking for health benefits. Pass if you want super potency or a flavorless capsule. 3Great product!This is a great product that was recommeded by my doctor. It apparently has the exact right amounts of DHA to actually be beneficial to the brain. My only qualm is that the pills are a little stinky, but I guess that goes with the territory. The pills are a nice small, manageable size, so you don't have to try to swallow a horse pill! I will definitely continue buying this product. 4High Quality Omega 3 SupplementI am a big believer in Omega 3/EPA-DHA , I tend to switch back and forth between Jarrow Formulas EPA-DHA Balance and this product (Max DHA). No real reason. We just alternate when we order our Subscribe and Save on Amazon, based on sale prices, etc.Each gel capsule contains 600 mg of fish oil, including 280 mg DHA and 50 mg EPA.The other product (EPA-DHA Balance) contains 1,000 mg fish oil per capsule, 400 EPA and 200 DHA. However, those capsules are pretty big so if you have trouble swallowing larger supplements, please take note! These capsules, on the other hand, are not large at all, which is nice.Other than that, NO "fish burps" and the ingredient list is clean, as in no junk or filler. After the fish oil (from sardines, mackerel, and anchovy), it is just rosemary extract and mixed tocopherols. Also, no wheat, gluten, dairy, egg, peanuts, or tree nuts 5Best Alternative for Those with Atrial FibrillationI'm a disciple of regular, adequate omega 3 consumption. I have taken 2 to 3 grams daily for the last seven years.Research shows (see Pub Med dot gov) that DHA is more effective than EPA for reducing fibrillation and changes to the heart. I was recently diagnosed with AFib so this is important to me.Fortunately for consumers, you have a lot of good, easily available omega 3 supplements to choose from so the difference may come down to capsule size and price. I'm going to exclude capsule size from consideration in this review other than to say these are larger than the Krill Oil capsules and smaller than all the rest I reviewed.I compared six different options I happen to have at home right now.From a cost analysis basis, the cheapest alternative for Omega 3 is Natrol and Member's Mark. Two grams of Member's Mark will cost you $.10 per day. The cheapest alternative for EPA is Kirland and Natrol. Total cost for more than 2 grams of Jarrows Max DHA Omega 3 per day is $.46 per day.Jarrow's Max DHA costs moderately more than the others but also has the highest DHA and it's EPA cost per mg is reasonable. 5I used to love it until they changed the ingredients.UPDATE: I removed 3 stars because the omega 3's don't come from anchovies and sardines anymore. The new label says it comes from "natural mixed tocopherols from sunflower oil, canola oil and tea leaf extract". That is not anchovies or sardines! Why have they changed a once amazing product? Fish oil that comes from little oily fish like anchovies, sardines, or from krill is what we want.The first one I bought 3 months ago had 560 mg DHA per serving (2 Softgels). The second I just received has 600 mg DHA per serving (2 softgels). Since more DHA is better, I guess the product was upgraded.The shape of the softgel has changed for easier swallowing. It is more elongated now, before it used to be rounder and harder to swallow. (See pictures)Some information on the label has changed a bit. Total amount of fish oil has decreased from 1200 mg/serving to 968 mg/serving. I guess that doesn't matter because what you really need is a good amount of DHA. I've read somewhere that what we need to be careful about is with too much EPA. I would not buy a fish oil high in both EPA and DHA. That's why I choose Jarrow Max DHA, because they deliver high DHA and low EPA, which is desirable.There's one thing on the newer label I don't like, it says it has sunflower oil and canola oil. I'd rather it had a healthier oil like olive oil instead. You can't see this information on the older label, so I think they disclosed it.The older label says the fish oil comes from sardine, mackerel, anchovy (the healthiest, low mercury fishes). In the newer label it doesn't say which kind of fish it comes from. So I'm not too satisfied about that.I saw a while ago that Chris Kresser recommends this specific fish oil, and I trust him, so I only buy this one from now on. But he also said that a high quality krill oil is better absorbed. I don't know a high quality one yet, and they must be expensive and I can't afford. So I stick with this fish oil that must be one of the best of its kind and affordable!Again, see the pictures I took showing the differences between the older and newer products (older on the left, newer on the right).Oh, and no fish burps. I actually only had fish burps the first day I took it, then never again.So my 5 stars go for the high DHA and low EPA, the recommendation from Chris Kresser, the low price per serving, and the good reputation Jarrow has. 2Great for Stressed FolksI've been giving my husband these for years! My 17 year son said "he took them as an experiment. To see how they would effect him. My son added after taking 2.0 grams (4 softgels) of Max DHA; they made him VERY POSITIVE. He continued to say: I couldn't be negative if I wanted to be." So I know that these work! My husband has been diagnosed as bipolar and when he doesn't take these supplements, he'll definitely have an episode. These go well with his Doctor's prescription Prozac (40 mg every day). I also recommend these calming herbs: "Hops," "Melatonin" and "Chamomile" they all work great on my husband. A lot better than antipsychotic drugs with serious side effects. 5Canola oil as carrier?! Bad for your brain. Nullifies any benefits of DHAWARNING - this product has canola oil carrier. Canola oil is bad for brain health! Look it upI read the small print on the back of the bottom of the bottle. Not! written at the top as an ingredient. Already opened, so now I ll have to toss it and the $ I spent. 1
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