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Unread 03-30-2010, 06:33 AM
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Unread 03-30-2010, 01:34 PM
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Unread 03-30-2010, 02:01 PM
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That is a great article. I have in the past been the biggest supplement nut, but I have more and more come to the realization that it might hurt more than it ever helps.
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"The list below isnít meant to be comprehensive. Rather, itís mean to look at the supplements that have the"

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"Again, the goal should be a total EPA/DHA intake of 1.8-3.0 grams per day regardless of how it is obtained."

that line has a very small letter size which I don't think was done on purpose
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Got 'em, thank you
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I suggest that athletes find an omega-3 fatty acid source that they like and consume it daily (again, consuming cold water or fatty fish is also a possibility).
I'm probably being picky but 'fatty or cold water fish' might avoid anyone reading that as 'cold water contains omega-3s'.
Not that I did
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Someone would have to be really thick to think they can get w-3's from cold water
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Someone would have to be really thick to think they can get w-3's from cold water
I work in IT so nothing surprises me anymore.
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Under Vitamin D

"50 ng/dl would require 2000 IUís pre day)."

Really interesting article. Thanks.
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Whoops, thanks.
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