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The Interaction Between Cod Liver Oil And Warfarin
This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more
Be aware: The fat in the cod liver oil may help some nutrients like fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) be better absorbed and others not so much. ...Read more
Read these: http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-993-fish%20oil. Aspx? Activeingredientid=993&activeingredientname=fish%20oil
http://foodwatch. Com. Au/blog/fats-and-oils/item/q-what-s-the-difference-between-fish-oil-and-cod-liver-oil. Html ...Read more
I don't think so: Some physicians believe that fish oils are helpful for inflammation and/or blood lipid problems. I have no reason to believe that this will specifically help hepatitis b though it could help the joint disease. The obviously-false internet claim that it "cures hepatitis b" is sucker bait; if it did, some of the nih piranhas would have made their reputations by proving it. ...Read more
Check RDD: Cod liver oil is high in lysine so best to check how much lysine you'd be getting. Best to stick to no more than the recommended daily dosage. ...Read more
Fine: Cod liver oil contains vitamin a, vitamin d and omega-3 fatty acid, krill oil has high levels of omega-3 fatty acid. Omega-3 is helpful in lowering triglycerides and may have beneficial effects on the heart, may increase level of vitamin a and d; however the level of vitamin a may become too high if you consume too much of fish oil. So do it with moderation, as always consult your doctor. ...Read more
Not good idea.: Gi upset, nausea vomiting and diarrhea from the fish oil portion. Scott's and emulsion makes this sound as though it was not a medicinal but agricultural agent. In that case it may contain something other than cod liver oil and the bottle may be larger than that for medicinal use. I would call poison control. Underlying circumstance regarding ingestion must be addressed. ...Read more
Yes: You will "poop" it all out and you won't have enough clean underwear to go around. Put a cork in it and don't take it together (if taking xenical at all!). ...Read more
I think: This is my opinion get it from organic store. ...Read more
Can you tell me are cod and haddock very healthy or is it only cod liver oil supplements that is healthy?
Cod and Haddock: Cod, because it is more of a cold water fish would be higher in omega 3 than haddock so in theory should be healthier. However, haddock would be a healthier alternative to red meat so I don't think you could go wrong with either. Try both and eat the one you like best the most. Choose the second place winner over red meat. ...Read more
Any great ways to dilute Cod Liver Oil without diminishing the vitamin content? The taste leaves something to be desired.
Use honey or juice:
Here are a few ways to make the taste of cod liver oil more acceptable without altering its nutrient content.
1. Mix it with a little honey or agave nectar
2. Blend it with a smoothie or a small cup of juice
3. follow it with something fresh tasting like a slice of lemon/ orange/ cucumber/melons
If the taste is still bothersome try naturally flavored capsules. ...Read more
A health specialist told me cod liver oil oxidises so if ones digestion isn't good then they shouldn't take it, is it true?
Cod Liver Oil: Read this about the benefits of clo==>http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1040-cod%20liver%20oil. Aspx? Activeingredientid=1040&activeingredientname=cod%20liver%20oil. You will note that if you are taking any number of listed meds, interactions can occur. Without knowing more about your "digestion, " it is hard to advise you, but there are other ways to get omega-3s besides clo. ...Read more
Daily 2 cod liver oil capsule to 10 months 10 days Hb E Beta Thai Baby is ok? Which contains:Vit A 600 IU, D3 85 IU, E 0.3 IU & cod liver oil 0.3 ml.
Not recommended: If you feed your 3 month old breast milk, he or she may need vitamin D supplementation. If formula, probably not, since they are vitamin-fortified. It is dangerous to give cod liver oil because there may be mercury which is toxic in it and because vitamin A can cause death upon overdose. It is fat-soluble, meaning it isn't excreted from the body by kidneys and can build up to toxic levels. ...Read more
I have developed an awful allergy to cod liver oil which keeps repeating even though I've stopped taking the capsules. Can you advise what I can do?
Cod liver oil: Allergic reactions to medications, supplements or foods usually resolve within 1-3 days, unless metabolites are still in the system and haven't cleared. If allergy symptoms are severe and include difficulty breathing or swallowing, etc, see a healthcare provider. If symptoms are mild, an antihistamine should be helpful. Cod liver oil would be an unusual allergy, so if persists see allergist. ...Read more
Hi dr.! just wanted to ask if it's safe to give cod liver oil to a 2yr old child? If yes? What are the benefits of it to the child? Thank u & God bless
Not needed: Seafood would meet that requirement omega fats are present in them ...Read more
Once a health specialist told me cod liver oil oxidises if ones digestion isn't good then they shdnt take it, please can u explain what's oxidisatio?
There are better way: Alternating diarrhea/constipation can helped first by understanding if something ingested (food or medication) may have had some effect in bringing on part of the cycle. Intolerances to foods for example--may start the process. Often there is the temptation to take a medication to relieve the symptom causing further problems. Cod liver oil can loosen stools. Please talk your provider also. ...Read more
Cod liver oil: Has alot of essential fatty acids which can help in all organs and make skin more resilient and healthy as well. ...Read more
Unclear: Depends on the cause of your joint pains. Some studies suggest that cod liver oil has anti-inflammatory properties and may be beneficial in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (autoimmune joint disease). The studies on osteoarthritis (wear and tear joint disease) seem less conclusive. All in all more research needs to be done. ...Read more