Fish Oil Supplements: Is The Brand You’re Taking Safe?
(from Oceans Alive)

I don’t know. It just sounded like a funny title for an internet article to me — like the pathetic teasers for the 11 o’clock local news or ’50s horror movies about coffee and / or pre-marital sex. Interesting to see that K-Mart was a “worst pick” for fish oil supplements. Tsk. Tsk. Tsk. Silly K-Mart.

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  1. The name may sound funny, but there’s nothing funny about seafood and fish oil, etc. that are bad for you and the environment. Who knows what they are really selling in stores and what’s been done to the fish with all the pollution in the ocean and fertilizer run off.

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