I am a vegetarian. I cannot take fish. So please tell the other sources of omega-3 fatty acids?

Many sources. Look to chia seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, beans, seaweed, and leafy greens. Still your best bet are from the seeds!
Plant sources. Plant sources like flax-seeds. Soybean, canola, wheat germ and walnut oil all have a decent amount of omega-3's, but much higher levels of omega-6 fatty acids and that is a favorable ratio.

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Are fish the best source of omega-3 fatty acids?

Yes. Oily fish are the source of the epidemiological data suggesting health benefits. Other fish have lesser amounts of fish oils. Supplements are variable in their content of epa and dha components, and potential issues of mercury and other contaminants (though not serious issues with reputable sources) have existed. Supplements not truly validated for comparable benefit as fish itself. Read more...

What's the difference between the omega 3 fatty acids found in flax seed oil and fish oil?

Different fats. The fatty acid most commonly found in flax-seed oil is ?-linolenic acid (ala, 18 carbons and 3 double bonds). In fish oil, they are eicosapentaenoic acid (epa, 20 carbons and 5 double bonds), docosahexaenoic acid (dha, 22 carbons and 6 double bonds). Ala converts to epa and dha, but in limited amounts. Best to get your epa and dha from actual wild salmon and your ala from flax. Read more...

Can I take omega 3 fatty acids with multivitamins?

Yes but... They can be taken together without any problem . More important point is who should be taking these . Most healthy people with even fair eating habbits, do not need any vitamin supplements. Omega 3 fatty acids are very useful in certain specific situations and should be taken as advised by your Doctor. Read more...