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Hi drs i don't like fish so i am rarely eat fish (once/month)... what kind of supplements can i take to get omega-3 ? p.s: i don't have any disease

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Dr. Bennett Werner answered

Specializes in Cardiology

Don't take supplements. If you don't like fish, at least try to avoid red meat. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, olive oil, a little wine, some chocolate, coffee, and tea you'll get lots of good anti-oxidants plus tasty foods to enjoy!

Answered Jul 10, 2014



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