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TwinLab Emulsified Omega-3 Fish Oil


TwinLab Emulsified Omega-3 Fish Oil



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Emulsified Omega-3 Fish Oil (by TwinLab) is a supplement designed to utilize the titular fatty acids to promote healthy cardiovascular activity. It is also clinically proven to assist with dietary balance, stamina, and brain function. Whereas many supplements of this kind are offered in softgels or capsule form, this one is available as liquid. Read on to find out more about this product.


  • 1672mg Omega-3 fatty acids
  • 1003mg eicosapentaenoic acid
  • 669mg docosahexaenoic acid
  • Palmitate
  • Ascorbyl
  • Alpha tocopherol
  • Apple pectin
  • Cellulose
  • Mint flavor
  • Astragalus (tragacanthin) gum resin
  • Soy lecithin
  • Sorbitol
  • Filtered water
  • Glycerin
  • Purified fish oil


Take 1 tablespoon 1–2 times daily at mealtimes.


Whereas the RRP of this product is $17.00, most authorized third-party retailers are currently selling this product for $10–13 (before taxes).

Possible Side Effects

Pregnant and nursing women, children younger than 18, and those who have a pre-existing health condition (especially diabetics and hypoglycemics) or are being treated for one should consult a health professional before taking this supplement. Furthermore, Omega-3 fish oil is known to cause nausea or stomach aches. Some customers have reported vomiting, achiness, and dizziness, although these side effects should subside after five days. Do be sure to stop taking this supplement immediately and speak to your doctor if these effects do not subside after five days, and especially if you experience any kind of breathing.


TwinLab offer direct customer service through phonelines for any users having issues with this product. You are also able to speak to a member of their team over the internet if you wish. You can even contact board members if you wish. This is all quite a dubious proposition, however, given that the manufacturer does not offer any form of guarantee for the product.


For many users, taking Omega-3 fish oil in a liquid dose is more appealing than taking it in the regular softgel capsule form. It is also mint-flavored, which negates the ‘fish burps’ found in other products of this kind. However, there is the issue of having to measure out your own dosages, which might lead some customers to worry whether or not they are taking too much – sometimes a pre-measured dose is best.

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