Couldn’t have said it better myself:
However, due to their better absorption, it may be fair to pay some premium for fish oil in the natural or re-esterified triglyceride forms. If you choose to use either of these two forms, look for products which list EPA and DHA and “triglycerides.” An example in this Review is Douglas Labs Quell Fish Oil, which lists that it is a “Supercritical CO2 triglyceride concentrate.”
Be aware that some products wich “natural” in the name don’t seem to provide truly natural fish oil, but may start with natural fish oil which is then chemically treated…
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