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Omega-3 fatty acids are known to help lower the risk of heart disease, depression, dementia, and arthritis and to help improve your brain function, among many other benefits. Your body cannot produce them. So, either you have to eat them from sources like fish or take dietary supplements. This review will take a look at an omega-3 supplement called Kirkland Signature Fish Oil. This product claims to help support a healthy heart, to include concentrated fish oil, provide 300 mg of omega-3 fatty acids, sourced from deep ocean water fish and to be purified from mercury.
According to the product’s label, each serving contains 1,000 mg of concentrated fish oil, including 250 mg of EPA and DHA. Other ingredients included are Gelatin (Porcine), Glycerin, Water, Tocopherol. This product contains soy and fish (Anchovy and Sardines) which might cause allergies to some consumers.
It is recommended to take one softgel, two times a day with a full glass of water, preferably after a meal. There should be taken in the morning and afternoon.
Possible Side Effects
The manufacturer states that the ingredients included in this product are sourced from fish in Peru and that the oil is processed using state-of-the-art purification processes. However, there are still Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), dioxins, furans and mercury in the formula, although these are low. We don’t know, if these elements may cause side effects. In addition, this product contains fish (Anchovy and Sardine) and soy which might which might cause allergies to some consumers.
One bottle of this product contains 400 softgels, which is a great deal. You can buy this product online directly from the manufacturer’s website, as well as in stores. One bottle will cost you $11.49 including shipping and handling. There are no additional discounts.
Guarantee & Feedback
We were unable to find any information regarding a money back guarantee for this product. We were also unable to find any consumer reviews on the manufacturer’s website.
Our Conclusive Review About Kirkland Signature Fish Oil
Kirkland Signature Fish Oil seems like an inexpensive and easy way to get more omega-3s in your diet. This product claims to include 1000 mg per serving of fish oil which contains 300 mg of omega-3. However, this is not specified. There is no indication which portion is EPA, DHA, or what the “other,” three main components of omega-3 are. We liked that it is USP Verified and that it is encapsulated and quality tested in the United States and that it contains fish oil that has been purified. However, it still has PCBs, dioxins, furans and mercury in the formula and many allergens. It does not come with a money back guarantee of any kind. We were also concerned that we were unable to find any consumer reviews on its website. We did find some on third party retailers Some of them were positive but mostly not. Customers complained of the fishy aftertaste and lack of a satisfaction guarantee.