Telling Good Fish from Bad - Simple Tricks to Understanding Quality

I am concern about few things:
– Fish oil used in examination, quality and source?
– Any comparison with men in area where sea fish eating are high (as Mediterranean, etc). As far as i know prevalence in these men are low. True?
– Family predisposition & genetic statement?
– Exposition to another factors (like THM in water, pollutions like hard metals etc etc).

As you can see, these 4 factors let you know how to tell if your fish oil is high quality.

I narrowed my choices down to include a few that I didn’t see you mention:
Pure Alaska Salmon Oil (I like their story)
Barlean’s Wild & Whole Salmon Oil (I used to think that they were a reputable brand)
Nature’s Bounty Fish Oil, Salmon Oil, Norwegian Cod LIver Oil, and Calamari Oil (I used to think that they were a low-quality brand)

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Look for these 7 ingredients in nutritious and quality fish food for your pet. What they should have done is give each product meeting the minimal basic requirements 5 points, and those that are below this standard lower points. The problem with this, and most likely why they didn’t do this, is that virtually all the products would have been given very high scores. The reality is that most fish oils are very high quality and very few have any significant quality concerns except for maybe fermented cod liver oil and other raw oils.

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Here’s the link for an independent site that tests fish oils and posts the lot expiration numbers. It let’s you check the quality of your chosen fish oil brand and/ or to locate a suitable brand.


ICE FISH: You should use crushed or shaved ice only. Pack the gut cavity full of ice, then place the fish upright, like it is swimming, this will keep the cell tissue from deteriorating. It will also stop the loss of natural purge. Try to avoid laying the fish on their side, this is important to ensure a quality product. Fish tissue "breaks" down at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, the same way beef does at 72 degrees, therefore never let you fish set in the sun, keep them as cool as possible.A 1998 survey of 557 pond owners in Pennsylvania found that about 10 percent had experienced water quality problems in their ponds, ranging from muddy water to fish kills. Unfortunately, most pond owners have never tested their ponds, and water quality problems are usually only detected after they cause a problem.