• We believe, if possible, that you should try and get your omega-3s from fish first. Some good choices are salmon, tuna and herring. Here is an infographic that lists how much EPA and DHA there is in certain fish. If fish is not an option for you, then we suggest taking an omega-3 supplement that contains EPA and DHA. If you choose to take a supplement, make sure you can locate these two omega-3s on the label, so you can add them up to see how much you are getting.
  • Here is a helpful video about food and supplement sources of EPA and DHA.

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