I’ve taken a high-quality fish oil supplement for probably a decade now, and it has helped my allergies, skin, focus, and a lot of different things.
I’ve started noticing a lot of articles online trying to debunk the benefits of fish oil. I don’t know if this is a misinformation campaign by big pharma or what’s going on.
It’s interesting to read in the comments of these kinds of articles, because people come in droves to share their own experience with omega-3 fish oils, which is almost always positive.
Many people aren’t even aware of what it does, and when they go and search online they are immediately hit by these “negative” articles. I think it’s a shame, because fish oils do really help people, at least from my experience.
I’m not sure what you think, but there’s plenty of research out there on the topic. I’d probably recommend, if you’re new, that you get a high quality supplement and then try it for a month, see how you feel.
If you have access to high-quality wild caught fish, then I would do that instead. You don’t always need a supplement, but there are some issues with eating a lot of fish (mercury, toxins and so on).
Let’s use our common sense and see where it takes us, yes? 😉