Fish oil oxidizes at room temperature, and even quicker as soon as
it hits your stomach, causing oxidative damage instead of helping
your body. After a lot of research, I'm switching to Arctic Ruby Oil
instead of fish oil. Arctic Ruby Oil contains a lot of astaxanthin
to keep it from oxidizing, and will last 3 years in sealed
containers kept below 25 degrees C; it was exposed to oxygen for 190
hours without showing any sign of oxidative damage, is much better
than fish oil, and works better than Krill oil.
It's important to have these oils each day to support your cell
membranes, heart, arteries, brain, joints, and to optimize your
(See the links, because these are just short excerpts. It's best
to have a 1:1 omega-6 to omega-3 ratio like our healthier
hunter-gatherer ancestors did, instead of the 20:1 and even as
much as 40:1 ratio that most people have today [mostly from
processed foods that contain hydrogenated or rancid processed
corn, soybean, canola, safflower, sunflower, "vegetable" and other
oils], but it's important not to get too much of omega-6 and
omega-3 also, since they can oxidize and excesses can deplete your
antioxidants and harm your body, so it's important to decrease
your omega-6 -- not to just increase your omega-3.)
- EV Coconut Oil every day (I take about 2 tsps); [this is a
source of healthy saturated fat, since it's not hydrogenated]
- CP EV Olive Oil (mostly in my food and blenderized vegs);
[this is a source of healthy monounsaturated omega-9 fat]
- Raw, Organic seeds and nuts (e.g., Pumpkin Seeds, Cashews,
Brazil Nuts, Pine Nuts, Pistachios -- be careful of almonds from
the US that are allowed to be called "raw" even if they're
cooked, steam pasteurized, or treated with the carcinogens
Propylene Oxide or Ethylene Oxide (purportedly to kill the
salmonella from squirrel poop that the USDA and California
Almond Board doesn't want to clean up like they used to prior to
now, and would rather poison or cook the germs instead); [these
are omega-6 oils]
- Borage Oil (2 capsules/day - helps you convert ALA in
Flaxseeds and Chia seeds);
- Freshly-Ground Flaxseed (.75TBS) + Chia Seed (1/3 TBS) that I
grind in a little Proctor Silex coffee grinder and then add
distilled water to and eat right away, before it oxidizes;
[this is a source of plant omega-3 oils]
- Arctic Ruby Oil; 3 caps/day; [this is a source of marine
- Organic Black Seed Oil (Black Cumin) [remember to keep all oils in refrigerator after opening to protect the oils by reducing oxidation]
Here is some information about Black Seed Oil Benefits.
Information on other herbs: https://www.diamondherbs.co and https://www.diamondherbs.co/wormwood-herb-review-benefits/
Rudi Moerck on Fish Oil When to Never EVER Use It
...Remember, You Can't Substitute with Plant-Based Omega-3…
Plant-based omega-3 sources like flax, hemp, chia and perilla
seeds are high in ALA – the third type of omega-3 fat. ALA is an
absolutely essential fatty acid. It is converted in small quantities
to EPA and DHA in your body.
Dr. Moerck recommends men to consume a minimum of 1.6 grams a
day; women 1.2 grams daily. However, you do not want to consume more
than 5 grams a day.
This means that if you eat just 2 tablespoons of chia seeds,
you've actually exceeded your daily dose.
Still, I do not recommend using these plant-based sources as a
substitute for animal-based omega-3 (DHA/EPA), or as your only
source of omega-3.
Because the conversion of ALA to the far more essential EPA and
DHA is typically severely impaired by inhibition of delta 6
desaturase. This is an enzyme that is necessary to produce the
longer chain EPA and DHA from ALA.
Elevated insulin levels impair this enzyme, and over 80 percent
of Americans have elevated insulin levels. So from that perspective
alone, plant-based omega-3 simply will not work well for most
There are also studies that indicate ALA from flaxseed might
actually increase your risk of cancer… In addition, flax seed oil is
also used in industrial manufacturing, such as paint, so it can be
trickier to ensure that the flax seed you get is actually fit for
human consumption, since paint manufacturing does not have to worry
about damaging the omega-3...
For these reasons, Dr. Moerck and I agree that flax seed oil is
If you want to use flax seed, buy organic, whole seeds, then
grind them just before consuming them to ensure freshness. This is
also important because, just like fish oil, plant-based omega-3 fats
are also highly perishable. For this reason you want to avoid buying
pre-ground seeds, because you can be guaranteed that they have been
damaged by the time you even get them home from the store.
Personally, I regularly include ALA omega-3 plant based foods,
like flax and hemp in my diet, but I always use them in combination
with animal based omega-3 fats.
For more information about omega-3 fats, both plant- and animal
based, please listen to the interview in its entirety, or read
through the transcript.
Differences Between Omega-3 Fats From Plants and Marine Animals
According to Hoem, fatty fish is your best source of long-chained
omega-3 fats. However, remember that all fish do NOT contain these
fats. Tilapia, for example, contains no EPA or DHA. Ideally, the
fish needs to be harvested from cold water, as this is what triggers
the production of these fats in the fish.
"There are particular types of fish that are fatty and fish that
live in cold waters. You need to inform yourself with regards if
your particular type of fish contains enough of the long-chain
omega-3s or not. But I would guess in a fatty fish, typically I
would say two to three servings a week would be enough.
With regards to krill oil, again depending on who you are and
what you do, I certainly would not recommend less than 1 gram. I
take 2 grams a day. By that I am well supplemented. I'm between
eight and 10 in my omega-3 index. Also, I would say ... I wouldn't
be afraid of taking too much. I hardly think, within the normal
ranges we're seeing, that we would be able to do that. I have still
not yet seen an overdose of fish."
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Serving Size: 2 Soft Gels
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving %DV
Calories from fat 10
Total fat 1g 2%*
Calanus® Oil (from the marine crustacean Calanus finmarchicus)
Wax Ester (WE) 850mg †
Monounsaturated fatty alcohols 235mg †
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 185mg †
Astaxanthin 1mg †
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: Gelatin, glycerin and water.
Contains: Crustacean shellfish (Calanus finmarchicus). No artificial
colors or flavors. No yeast, starch or gluten.
Suggested Use: For adults and children over 12 years, take two (2)
soft gels, once or twice daily, preferably with a meal.
Storage: Store in a cool room away from excessive heat.
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Each 2 gels contain 1000mg calanus oil (185mg marine omega-3); I
take 3/day (not 4 because of cost)
Ground flaxseeds are a useful addition to most
peoples' diets. The unfortunate problem though with using them for
most people is that when one has elevated insulin levels, the
delta six desaturase enzyme is severely inhibited.
This enzyme is responsible for converting the alpha linolenic acid
(ALA) in flax to longer chain fats (like EPA and DHA) and it is
easy to develop an excess of ALA in one's system, which is
Who has elevated insulin levels?
Most Americans, as just about anyone who is overweight (60% of the
US population) has excess insulin, as do most of those with high
cholesterol, high blood pressure or type 2 diabetes.
So the flax should be used sparingly and probably alternated with
other ground grains, like sunflower, sesame and pumpkin, which
will help to balance the omega six and omega three ratios.
Pumpkin seeds have other fats in them which are likely to be
particularly beneficial for prostate health.
The seeds should be freshly ground in a coffee grinder and I
prefer to have them in my freshly produced vegetable
juice pulp. Most people who juice throw away the pulp, but I
am convinced it is a valuable source of nutrients and should be
consumed like a porridge while drinking your fresh vegetable
Drink your juice and eat your pulp.
I don't recommend the use of flaxseed oil however, particularly
because of its instability. Five years ago, I used to recommend it
to nearly all my patients and I noticed the majority of them could
not tolerate it.
This is despite the fact that they were using two of the best
brands of flax oil in the country (Omega Flow and Barleans). I
came to the conclusion that the nausea they were experiencing was
a giant clue from their body and subsequently concluded that most
people do not do well with flaxseed oil, which is why I no longer
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