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Coq10 Vs Fish Oil
Fish oils contain two active omega-3 fatty acids, dha and epa. Most fish oil products contain both dha and epa, but supplements enriched in dha or epa are available. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to significantly reduce sudden cardiac death. Some studies also indicate the potential for benefits in dementia and risk of heart attack. The omega-3 content of cold water ...Read more
What is the difference between fish oil, krill oil, and coq10? Which is best for a healthy person to take?
Don't take any: A healthy person with a satisfactory diet does not benefit from any of these supplements. It may be useful to eat a diet rich in fish for long-term prevention of cardiovascular disease, but even this is uncertain. Fish and krill oil are both marine oils rich in omega-3 fatty acids that may help some people with heart or vascular disease. ...Read more
Just started 10 mg of lisinopril daily. Been taking multiple supplements (i.e., a multi, CoQ10, tumeric, fish oil.) Should I stop the supplements?
There is no reason: To think that there will be any adverse interaction between your medications and your supplements as listed. Potentially the fish oil could interfere with absorption of the Lisinopril so you might want to separate them by a few hours. No reason to stop them other than expense. No scientific evidence to recommend continuing them either. ...Read more
Can I safely take fish oil, biotin, coq10 and my thyroid and anxiety clonazepam meds daily without danger!?
Combo: Unless otherwise advised by your doctor, should be ok. ...Read more
Is omega 3 fish oil good for skin wrinkles and loss of collagen & safe to take daily & is CoQ10 good for ageing skin. Can they be taken together?
I am 48 years old& taking a.multi. Vitamin, along with fish oil, D, coq10, magnes, E, C, B complex, probiotic, biotin. Period is spotty and two weeks l?
Is it unhealthy for me to take these vitamins separately once per day; vitamin c, calcium, fish oil, coq10, and vitamin b?
What supplements are best to take for PCOS while ttc? What dosage should I Take of these? I am on vit B6, B12, C, D, E, coq10, folic acid, fish oil.
Hi there. I'm slightly prehypertensive, and for general heart health, apart from exercise, etc., I take moderate amounts of several vasodilators, such as fish oil, garlic, hawthorn, celery seed, olive leaf, arginine, CoQ10, and reishi mushroom (as well a
Need a big picture: Hi, Shaun, Make sure you had a stress test to see if blood pressure is overly elevated with exercise. This is an important marker of how your blood vessels react. Echocardiogram (which you had) and functional medicine testing may help to idenitify root cause of blood pressure elevation. You need blood work, heavy metal screen, and vascular reactivity assesment, maybe meds, and supplement tune up! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sorry doctor, I take 10mg Lipitor, (atorvastatin)100mg aspirin, 5mg ace inhibitor, 10mg lexapro, 150mg coq10, 4000mg fish oil, + multivitamin.?
Hi doctor, is it ok to take voltaren with aspirin, lipitor, (atorvastatin) ace inhibitor, lexapro, coq10, fish oil, multivitamin, and if yes best way to take. Thank?
No/Yes: Most anything can be harmful if taken improperly. Think about it, drinking too much water can make you very ill or you can die. Fish oil, like anything else should be taken according to manufacturer's directions or according to your health care provider. Fish oils have many beneficial effects if used properly and if a reputable product is purchased. Some fish oils are alleged to be contaminate. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes,: But those that contain EPA omega-3 lower triglycerides and LDL cholesterol, those that contain both DHA and EPA will lower triglycerides but raise LDL cholesterol. If you don't want dietary supplement fish oil there's prescription EPA Vascepa or EPA/DHA Lovaza. Epanova is another just approved by FDA. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Omega fish oils: For many conditions it can be helpful. Some are advocating it for adhd. Also, can assist in mood stabilization for affective disorders - typically not enough alone. Some suggest it may assist in cholesterol management but the story appears to not be in. Any medication or supplement can cause side effects including dizziness, tiredness, nausea (take with food or switch to krill oil), memory? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers