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Does supplementing this actually do anything? Can't tell if i'm wasting money on this

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    does not

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    took it for years and i did go through a lot of positive changes but i was also taking other supplements, working out, and maturing as a person. stopped taking it and didn't notice a difference. took it again and the first night i slept like a brick, 10 hours and still felt sleepy. never had that before. now i don't take it.

    would recommend if you're depressed or have trouble sleeping long, but it seems to affect people differently. i get a little down on it but am more peaceful, others get in a better mood and have more energy. the thing about sleep also varies to an extreme. some people can't sleep on it, others sleep too much. worth a shot imo

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Read the Omega balance.
    The modern diet has so much seed oils and Omega-6 in them that in order to get a decent balance you would need to swallow so much fish oil pills your burps would turn into a biohazard. I'm talking about having to swallow a bottle a day.

    Animals cannot make omega fats themselves (not even fish) and must get them from their diet. Leafy greens (and algae) contain great omega ratios but have little fat in general. They're also short chain fatty acids. Animals need to convert them to longer chain fatty acids, but Omega-3 competes with Omega-6 for this and it's usually the 3's that lose out. So eating animal sources of Omega-3 is superior in all aspects to plant sources since they're already in the long form.

    So if you want any benefits you need to cut out any and all seed oils (and hyper processed foods since all of them contain seed oils). And just in general avoid nuts and seeds.
    But also avoid animals that eat them like pigs and chicken.
    Eat leafy greens and eaters of leafy greens like ruminant animals and their milk. They have an optimal omega balance if they're grass fed.
    If you did all that and were strict, there wouldn't be any need to supplement. Your supplements are probably rancid anyway.

    Tldr: you're probably wasting your money. Just eat deenz or seafood once or twice a week instead and avoid goyslop.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Omega 3 is very healthy, but you need to get it from natural sources (fatty fish)
      supplements dont work, fish oil is always rancid

      So I should be fine for omega-3 if I start eating mackrel and salmon regularly? No need for pills?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Omega-3 is about balance with Omega-6.

        You could get away with not eating fish nor supplements if you avoided foods with a bad balance like seeds, nuts, pork, chicken and ate mostly grass fed ruminant animal, dairy and leafy greens.
        Assuming you don't, eating wild caught (this is important since the omega balance of an animal reflects its diet) seafood more regularly can give benefits. Fish oil pills are likely to be rancid.

        Seed oils MUST be avoided at all costs. To give an example, to balance 1oz of walnuts you would need to eat 2lbs of wild caught salmon.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >no pork or chicken
          In that case the benefits aren't worth it. Who's getting (natty) big in 2024 without chicken?
          No one

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah I still eat chicken and eggs myself. They're not worth giving up. But I go for leaner parts like the breast. To balance I also opted to eat more deenz, ground beef and dairy. Grass fed butter is probably worth spending your money on. Prepare your chicken in that and the problem is solved.

            I'm only parroting what was said in the book. It's a good book, but I don't agree with all his conclusions.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              what's the book called?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                "Omega balance: nutritional power for a happier, healthier life"
                You can find it on libgen or other pirate sites.

                The biggest critique I have of the book is that he bases his entire argument on the omega balance in phospholipids which reflects the pufa balance of the diet rather than the absolute amount of pufa. Hence he thinks only the balance between omegas is important.

                I sorta disagree that the absolute amount of pufa in the diet doesn't matter. Linoleic acid still produces toxic metabolites. It also gets stored in your adipose cells.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Omega 3 is very healthy, but you need to get it from natural sources (fatty fish)
    supplements dont work, fish oil is always rancid

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    does nothing

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How is my uncle that never ate fish in his entire life and mostly eats cheap pork still perfectly healthy at 77 if Omega 3 is so important?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      77 isn't that old these days bro

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        healthiest man I know, full head of hair too. but keep falling for your scams, someone has to buy the meme oil that does absolutely nothing.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I never said I was in favour of the meme oil.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I know a guy who smoked a pack of cigs erry day and never got cancer!
      Your post is essentially this argument.
      Good for your uncle, but a better omega balance is better for your health and function of the brain and neurons.

      Maybe he would have lived to 87. Or Maybe he would've died at 67 after choking on a fish bone. Who fricking knows.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It does not, unless you're malnourished and deficient, but then you have other problems to be worried about.
    If you have a varied diet, you don't need ANY supplementation. And it's not that hard either.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not scam, a cope. They are all great copes, and we are copers so we take them. Noncopers can stfu and go live their easy lives.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    will do nothing if you dont need it. avoid omega 6 heavy shit instead of swallowing 3. but either way not bad thing in long run, you probably are better off taking it ngl

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      btw omega 3 itself can be shitty, so make sure its good quality

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