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Another thing to consider is how the products are manufactured. Vascepa is processed under nitrogen which makes it an anti inflammatory whereas other are manufactured in oxygen which makes them rancid and pro inflammatory.
All of the nutrients derived from fish, and from other animals, can be obtained from plant sources without the mercury, dioxins, PCBS, microplastics, and other toxins, parasites, rancidity, animal suffering, and environmental degradation. Good sources of omega fatty acids include walnuts, flaxseed oil, flaxseeds, chia seeds, hemp seeds and, for a concentrated dose, algae supplements.
May God bless everyone who part took in this research it is very rewarding. Life saving by the grace of God.
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