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8 Vitamins/nutrients that need to be checked for ADD and ADHD

Why do we try to put everyone on the same ADD medication to treat problems that are so unique and different for each patient? 

Do you feel like you or your child is getting the same old medication that “should” help but isn’t? 

Are you seeing results that you are happy with? 

Are you concerned about taking these stimulant medications for a long time?   

When are you going to decide to take you or your child off of these medications? 

These are the questions I want to help you with.   There is so much more that can be done to fine tune you or your child’s medication with vitamins and other nutrients.  The first thing we need to do is to do some testing.  Genetic testing may help narrow the list of ADD/ADHD medications that “should” work.  I have recently teamed up with a company that specializes in what is called Micro-nutrient testing.  Let me briefly explain.

When you go to the doctor and they test your blood they are testing for infections, inflammation, heart issues and some vitamins and minerals.  Micro-nutrient testing tests the critical nutrients that can keep your brain and the rest of your body working like it should work.  I am using this type of testing in my pharmacy practice to find out why you or your child is not responding to the medication as most individuals “should” respond.  This type of testing (Micro-nutrient) is not new.  Regel Pharmalab realizes that we have the capability to find answers to common issues that regular medication is not able to correct.

What if you or your child was able to correct the nutrient deficiency and not need the stimulant medication anymore?  Wouldn’t that be a huge benefit to you and your family to know that you or your child doesn’t need a medication to feel normal or to be their best in the classroom?

What are you going to do with this information?

Why not stop by and get started finding answers today?  The summer will soon be over and your child can benefit this upcoming semester.

It is time to start taking a pro-biotic

75 Billion CFU

Let’s be honest, if you took everything that someone told you that you need, you would be overwhelmed.  Supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbs, pro-biotics, essential oils and the random witches brew that is the new fountain of youth.  All of this adds up and can be expensive and sometimes harmful.  So, “What should I be taking?”  I have been answering this question the same way for over 12 years now and I don’t see a reason yet to change my answer.  I personally take 5 items.  The picture below shows 6 items.  The Zinc on the end is in the Active Life Nutrient Multi-Vitamin.

My essentials

I am writing this article because I have witnessed patients and family members respond to Pro-Biotics within a couple weeks.  If you have not decided to take a pro-biotic yet, let me help you make a decision.

Why pro-biotics?

The first time I decided to take a pro-biotic was when I asked a pharmacy student to compare the flu shot with a pro-biotic on preventing the flu.  The results were the same.  Both prevented the flu equally.  I thought to myself, great! no more flu shots for me.  By the way, to this day I have not had another flu shot (more on this in a future post).  The gastrointestinal tract is one of the most important systems for our immune system.  Most infections come by way of the gastrointestinal system.  Oh, I need to be clear, the GI system starts in the mouth.  So, seeing your dentist is very important.  A healthy GI tract is key in preventing sick days.

Reason 1 – Prevention of flu and other bacterial, fungal, and viral infections

What can a weakened immune system create?  A weakened immune system prevents, not only the clearing of infections, but also the elimination of irregular growing cells.  Irregular growing cells are what can become cancer cells.

Reason 2 – Promoting healthy immune system for cancer prevention

Stomach issues are one of the most common problems that I hear complaints about.  From reflux, GERD, Gas to constipation and diarrhea we all struggle at times with a normal GI tract.  Most of these issues involve inflammation in some part of the GI tract.  Patients that have a diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease have seen remarkable results when taking a pro-biotic.  Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis and Irritable Bowel are all examples of inflammatory conditions in the GI tract.

Reason 3 – Resolving symptoms of Inflammation in the GI tract

“Leaky Gut” This new condition is now being recognized by physicians.  Let me explain a bit about leaky gut.  The inflammation that I discussed above allows for larger molecules to be absorbed and enter the blood stream.  These larger molecules cause the immune system to respond and attack.  This creates more work for an already weak immune system.  The condition known as food sensitivities is caused by leaky gut.  Many of us are lactose intolerant.  Cows milk is God’s designed milk for a cow.  Some of the proteins that are in cows milk are not designed for our body to tolerate.  Therefore you might get bloated, gassy, have a loose stool and other issues.  Did you know that acne, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema have been linked to sensitivity to lactose?  If you have been to our pharmacy and have picked up a medication for an inflammatory skin issue like these our advise is always to eliminate dairy products for a month and see if your skin condition improves.  Most of the time there is a notable improvement.  This is just one example of what leaky gut is responsible for.  I could go on but I will save it for another post.

Reason 4 – Reduce “Leaky Gut”

Which one should I choose?

This question is why you come to Regel Pharmalab.  At last count we have 8 different choices for a pro-biotic.  We can help you select the one that will fit you best.  If you want the basics here is what to look for:

  1. Refrigerated – Make sure you choose a pro-biotic that is sold in the refrigerated section and keep it in the refrigerator.
  2. CFUs – These are the amount of bacteria in the capsule that have been tested to perform the task of forming colonies.   Your pro-biotic needs at least 10 Billion CFUs.
  3. The Strains of Bacteria – I recommend taking a pro-biotic with at least 5 different strains of bacteria.
  4. Bifidobacteria – This specific strain has been shown to be very effective and sometimes is left out of the capsule.

For more information on this subject I have written a couple other posts you can find them by clicking on the links:

The Core of health – Probiotics for Gut Health

5 Reasons why I take probiotics.

Let me know how I can help you resolve your health problems.  I look forward to solving your medication problems.

Comment below if Pro-biotics are working for you.

Know your medications – High blood pressure


There are so many medications that are being used for blood pressure and many patients suffer the side effects from these medications.  Today I would like to talk to you about a class of medications called Beta-blockers.  Here is a quick list of the medications that are in this group or drug class.

Propranolol (Inderal)
Sotolol (Betapase)
Nadolol (Corgard)
Atenolol (Tenormin)
Acebutolol (Sectral)
Metoprolol (Lopressor and Toprol)
Timolol (Blocadren)
Pindolol (Visken)
Betaxolol (Kerlone)
Bisprolol (Zebeta, Ziac)
Cartelol (Cartrol)
Carvedilol (Coreg)
Labetolol (Normodyne)
Nebivolol (Bystolic)
Penbutolol (Levatol)

This list is not a complete list and many blood pressure medications are a combination of a beta-blocker and other blood pressure medications.  To determine if you currently take a Beta-Blocker give me a call (901) 757-9434 or send me a message so you can know for sure.

These medications have been around for years and are very helpful in lowering blood pressure as well as controlling heart rate, migraines, chest pain, glaucoma, and anxiety.  Here are some quick facts/helpful tips about these medications:

  1. Be sure to check your pulse (heart rate) regularly.  There are many devices like digital blood pressure cuffs and smart watches that have this capability now.  A normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100.  A highly trained athlete may have a lower resting heart rate.  For us normal people the closer you get to 60 the more efficient your heart is working.
  2. For most of the medications on this list I would recommend that you take the medication with a meal.  This enhances the absorption of the medication.
  3. Avoid foods and beverages that can alter your heart rate like caffeine and alcohol.
  4. Do not take medications for cold and allergies that contain pseudoephedrine (Sudafed).  This can increase your blood pressure and heart rate.

Nutrient Depletions with Beta-blockers

Did you know that these medications can cause a depletion of the key nutrients Coenzyme Q-10 and melatonin?

A depletion of Coenzyme Q-10 can lead to the following symptoms:

  1.  High Blood Pressure
  2. Chest Pain
  3. Stroke
  4. Irregular heart beat
  5. Congestive heart failure
  6. Poor insulin production
  7. Lack of energy
  8. Gingivitis
  9. Weak immune system
    With a list like this it makes me wonder if the Beta-Blocker is helping or hurting.

A depletion of Melatonin can lead to the following symptoms:

  1.  Insomnia and other sleep disturbances
  2. Some reports are showing a link between low levels of melatonin and increase in cancer risk

If you take a Beta-Blocker I would recommend a quality Co-enzyme Q-10 product as well as a small dose of Melatonin.  If you would like me to suggest a strength for these nutrients contact me so I can determine your specific needs. or (901) 757-9434.


I need help with supplements!

Trying to find someone that knows what supplements you need?

“What supplements should I take now that I am taking ____ medication?”
“Can you help me choose the right supplement for my skin?”
“I started taking supplements and I am now up to 5 to 10 supplements.  Am I taking too much and is it okay to take all of these?”

These are some common questions that I hear at Regel Pharmalab.  Let me tell you how we handle this the “Regel” way.

Did you know?

We offer a free consultation service to help answer these questions.  Here is what you do.  Call our pharmacy (901) 757-9434 and set up an appointment.  At this appointment you will have the opportunity to ask your questions about supplements with myself or Anita Hester, RN.

My essentials

My essentials

Most of the time these appointments are 30 minutes and do not cost you anything.  At your appointment we would like to see a list of the medications, vitamins, minerals and other supplements that you currently take.   We will also ask you what problems you are having and what medical conditions you have.   From this information we formulate a supplement plan.  Our goal is to provide you with the necessary vitamins, mineral and nutrients your body needs to function at its best.

Optimal Nutrition

Our Nutrition plan is designed to optimize your metabolism and replace the nutrients that are lacking in your diet.  Did you know that some medications can deplete your body of necessary nutrients.  For example, cholesterol medications (statins) deplete the body of Co-Enzyme Q-10.  This nutrient is essential in providing each cell of the body with energy.  Without adequate amounts of this nutrient your metabolism slows and you feel tired and may have muscle aches and weakness.

It’s time to let us help you find your vitamin and nutrient balance.

Call (901) 757-9434 to set up a consultation.

Folic Acid vs. L-Methylfolate (MTHF)

Folic Acid may not be your best choice

We often overlook some of the most fundamental nutrients that can provide the most protection for disease.  I feel that folic acid is one of these often overlooked but powerful nutrients.  So what is this new version of Folic Acid – L-Methylfolate?  Allow me to explain why I make sure that my multivitamin has L-Methylfolate instead of Folic acid.

Did you know that Folic Acid has been reported to reduce risks related to heart disease, stroke and some kinds of cancer.  This B vitamin is found in our food, and in most multi-vitamins.  An article in the February 15, 2013, issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association ( JAMA) has spiked a great deal of interest in folic acid supplementation. In the published study, women who took folic acid supplements before and during pregnancy were 40% less likely to have a baby later diagnosed with autism. Given the many drugs that deplete folic acid, such as oral contraceptives and hormone therapy, and the critical role that folic acid plays in the body, folic acid should be a recommended supplement for women aged 18 to 78. However, to provide the most active form of folic acid, L-methylfolate should be recommended. Unlike synthetic folic acid, which needs to be metabolized to L-methylfolate before it can be used, L-methylfolate can be used directly by the body.

Do you have the genetic Mutation?

There is a significant subset of individuals who cannot convert folic acid to L-methylfolate and will not see any benefit from synthetic folic acid.  This group of individuals are at an increased risk of cardiovascular events from blood clotting.  To find out more about the genetic mutation that leads to these issues, one of my pharmacy students explains it in a previous post (Click Here to read it).

If you are interested in switching your multivitamin to one that contains L-methylfolate stop by or order it on-line (click here).  If you already know that you have a genetic mutation of the MTHFR then you need to take a higher dose like our 2000mcg MTHF  (click here).

Best Options for you

A one capsule a day Multivitamin

A one capsule a day Multivitamin that provides 400mcg of MTHF


Provides 2000mcg of MTHF

Provides 2000mcg of Methylfolate


Testing for a genetic mutation is something that your physician can order for you.  Next time you are at your physician’s office have them check for this mutation.


Better behavior starts with better sleep

Do you think more sleep would make a difference?   Do you remember when you could get by on a few hours of sleep and not feel it much?  If you are like me that was a long time ago.

For many, sleep is difficult to come by.  Uninterrupted sleep is nearly impossible.  With our hectic schedules, poor dietary habits, and no time for exercise, sleep is one of the most common issues that we hear from our patients.

Welcome to the Regel home.  We have three children at our house.  Our youngest is 5 and we are finally getting consistent sleep more often than not.  I am often times blind to my issues when I don’t get enough sleep, but there is no way you can be blind to the lack of sleep in our children.  We have “Meany”, “Whiney” and “Whiney Jr.” in our house.  One of our children “Meany”, is able to develop a killer attitude towards the rest of the family.  “Whiney” and “Whiney Jr.” have a knack for finding a way to complain and gripe at every little thing.  Summer, my wife, can’t stand the whines and I about loose it when I see someone deliberately being mean.  Oh yea, before I forget, if our children are sleep deprived that usually means mom and dad are sleep deprived.  This situation of Meany, Whiney, and Whiney Jr. and “Mr. and Mrs. Have-No-Patience” lead to a not so lovely evening.

I have observed the following in our children and it may translate to you as it does to Summer and I.

  1. Enough sleep equals better behavior and improved work at school (more focus)
  2. Enough sleep equals better dietary habits (choose protein foods over carbohydrate foods)
  3. Enough sleep equals more exercise (higher activity or less computer/TV time)

As I observe these three areas of my children’s lives, I can see a need for more sleep in my life.  I definitely could use more focus, motivation to exercise, and reduced carbohydrate cravings.

So how much sleep is enough?  Many people I talk with say if they get 5 hours they are fine and they don’t see any benefit in getting more.  Studies have shown that 7 to 8 hours is a minimum.  By the way, that 7 to 8 hours is uninterrupted sleep.

Here is a starting point for those that want better sleep.

Better sleep with proper nutrients.

Better sleep with proper nutrients.

My first choice for patients that are having trouble sleeping is Magnesium Chelate.  This is easy to recommend because most of us are deficient.  How easy would it be to just replace what you are deficient and reap the benefits.  Here is a little info on our Magnesium Chelate.

This Magnesium is attached to an amino acid.  Attaching the Magnesium to an amino acid helps the body absorb the magnesium through the gastrointestinal tract.  Once inside the body the magnesium has the capability to perform several functions that can improve sleep.

  1. Muscle Relaxation – we all hold stress in the shoulders and neck area and relaxation of these muscles helps your whole body relax.  This is also the reason that this form of Magnesium can help with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS).  We have several testimonials on how this simple mineral has helped our patients.
  2. Irregular heart beat – The “heart flutters” that many patients feel when they lay down can affect sleep and increase stress.  Magnesium can help regulate the heart flutters.
  3. Mood Stabilization – studies show that anxiety can be minimized with proper Magnesium balance.

The next item on my recommendation for improving sleep is Melatonin 3mg Long Acting.  Some patients may not be able to produce enough and can be deficient in Melatonin.  Melatonin generally drops as we age.  Since this hormone regulates the day and night cycle it is important to maintain an adequate level in the body.  Replacing this hormone is safe and with the proper amount can help patients with insomnia.

L-Theanine is an amino acid that is believed to be the component in green tea responsible for its relaxation effects.  We all hold tension and stress a little too much and adding the calming effect of L-Theanine can help us relax to the point of sleep.  L-Theanine can also improve the quality of sleep itself.  Many people report that L-Theanine makes falling asleep easier and faster.  It also extends the duration of deep sleep.  This is essential for those who typically wake up several times during the night.  L-Theanine can restore the wake cycle which makes the waking process easier.  No more grogginess!  Wouldn’t it be nice to feel rested every morning.  You can then begin the new day focused and calm, with the previous day’s stress having been reset to zero.

We are here to listen and recommend the appropriate sleep aid for you.  So stop taking those prescription sleeping pills and sleep better with what your body needs. We carry each one of these non-prescription items in our pharmacy and we can send these to your home.




No time for breakfast? Try a shake.

Are you a fan of smoothies, shakes or juicing?

With so little time in the mornings I struggle to get breakfast.  The one thing that has helped me is to make a quick smoothie.  With the help of a blender it only takes me 3 minutes to prepare a smoothie.  Having 21 grams of protein is critical for me to get through the morning.

perfect protein label

The concept of liquid nutrition, be it meal replacement, liquid protein, or sports nutrition offers a number of advantages. Liquid nutrition supplies nutrients in a form that is more easily and efficiently taken up than nutrients obtained from solid foods, which require specific digestive enzymes and stomach acid for absorption. Liquid nutrition allows for specific formulation and nutrient targeting to address specific disease states or individual needs. Liquid supplements can also provide a measured intake of calories, sugar and sodium.

Liquid protein nutrition, such as Perfect Protein Powder, has been recognized as having immense value in providing a sound nutritional foundation for individuals. Liquid protein nutrition can be enhanced by the addition of whole food ingredients such as fruits, berries, and vegetables, and may be flavored to suit the user’s preferences. Liquid protein smoothies can even be “supercharged” by the addition of specific vitamins and minerals. The list of individuals who can benefit from liquid protein nutrition includes, athletes and body builders, individuals with wound healing challenges, hospice patients, cancer patients, bariatric surgery patients, and anyone wishing to reverse metabolic syndrome.

So now you can drink your way to better health.

  • Perfect Protein Powder tastes great as a shake or it blended into several smoothie recipes.   Here are a couple to try out.

    Weight Loss Smoothie RecipeWeight Loss Smoothie

  • Improve sleep smoothieSleep smoothie

What is your favorite smoothie/shake recipe?


The Core of health – Probiotics for Gut Health

75 Billion CFU

75 Billion CFU

I have been taking Probiotics for several years and I discussed why a while back when I wrote “5 reasons why I take probiotics”.  I thought I would revisit this important nutrient that everyone needs now that it is time for school to start back.

Probiotics are beneficial, friendly bacteria that reside in our intestinal tract. There are approximately 500 different strains of these bacteria. In fact, there are several times more bacteria in our intestinal tract than there are cells in our entire body. In all, there are three to four pounds of bacteria growing in our intestinal tract daily. Probiotic bacteria, the “for life bacteria”, are essential for healthy living and are the core of our total wellness.

Lactobacillus bacteria are the primary bacterial strain living in our small intestine, while the Bifidobacterium are the main bacteria in residence in our large intestine. Whatever the appropriate strain, gut bacteria and probiotics perform many important functions inside our bodies besides digestive health. Probiotics and bacteria are an essential part of our immune system and work to increase the production of immune cells in the intestinal tract. It has been stated that 70% of our immune system and immune function lies within the gut. The gut flora also serves another function by helping to reduce inflammation throughout the body. Probiotics have been shown to assist in helping to lower cholesterol. We would expect that the major role of gut flora would be to assist in the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients such as calcium and other minerals. But researchers are also finding a role for bacterial flora in depression, autism, certain cognitive diseases, and even weight loss.

A healthy bacterial flora is essential for good health. However, there are several ways that the population of these friendly, essential bacteria can be diminished. Taking an antibiotic will eliminate good, friendly bacteria as well as bacteria causing an infection. Episodes of diarrhea, extended periods of stress, and drinking chlorinated water will also have an adverse effect on intestinal flora.

Probiotics have been shown to be helpful for a wide range of health issues including:

  • Using probiotics while on antibiotics to reduce diarrhea and prevent yeast infections
  • Relieving diarrhea with probiotics by re-establishing normal gut flora
  • Using probiotics to improve digestion and minimize acid reflux
  • Using probiotics to manage irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Enhancing recovery of compromised immune systems with probiotics

With all of the many probiotic formulas, how does one choose? We normally look at the strength of the probiotic, listed as Colony Forming Units (CFUs) and the number of bacterial species used in the product. Probiotic-5 with 10 billion CFUs is a good daily supplement for anyone with an existing healthy gut flora or for children. Individuals with a compromised gut flora, or who are having issues that might be benefited by re-establishing gut flora should consider ProBio Gold with 20 billion CFUs,  or Super Pro Bio with 75 billion CFUs per capsule. And keep in mind that Fructooligosaccharide Powder or FOS Powder  when given with any probiotic will significantly enhance the growth and proliferation of beneficial gut bacteria.

If you don’t already take a probiotic give me a call to find out if that probiotic is right for you.  What probiotic do you take?  What results have you seen with probiotics?

The fear of Alzheimer’s

A poll from 2012 indicated that Alzheimer’s disease is the #1 most feared disease (ranked higher than cancer).  The thought of losing your personality, memories and ability to think is truly frightening.  So what can be done about this nightmare?  I have a few thoughts on this that might help you come up with a plan.

First, lets discuss who is most likely to get Alzheimer’s.  According to reports,  1 out of every 9 people over the age of 65 have some level of Alzheimer’s and 1 out of every 3 over the age of 85 have Alzheimer’s.  The highest rate is among overweight men.  Evidence shows that there is a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s if you have any of the following:

High Blood Pressure
High Cholesterol
Heart Disease

There is also a higher risk if you have a family member who has had Alzheimer’s disease.  We are learning so much about our genetic makeup and we now have the capability to find out what diseases we are more likely to develop.  Not to bore you with all the details but there are a couple genetic issues that are associated with a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s.  One of the genes that has been identified with having an increased risk of late onset Alzheimer’s (over age 65) is apolipoprotein E (APOE).

  • APOE e2 — the least common — appears to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.
  • APOE e3 — the most common — doesn’t seem to affect the risk of Alzheimer’s.
  • APOE e4 — a little more common — appears to increase the risk of Alzheimer’s.

So what that means is that if only one of your parents has passed on the APOE e4 gene then you are at a higher risk.  If your mom and dad both passed on the APOE e4 gene you are at an even higher risk of late onset Alzheimer’s.

What about early onset Alzheimer’s (ages 30-60)?  The genes involved here are:

  • Amyloid precursor protein (APP)
  • Presenilin 1 (PSEN1)
  • Presenilin 2 (PSEN2

Excessive amounts of a toxic protein fragment called amyloid-beta peptide are produced from mutations of these genes. This peptide can form clumps called amyloid plaques, which are characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease. This toxic amyloid beta peptide and amyloid plaques may lead to the death of nerve cells and the progressive signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s.  It is believed that there are other genetic factors with Alzheimer’s that are yet to be discovered.

I know that it is not cheap right now but over the next several years we may see a drop in price for genetic testing and maybe insurance coverage.  When this happens we can then analyze your genes for these specific markers.

Do the prescription  medications for Alzheimer’s help to prevent the disease?  No, these medications are marketed by the drug manufacturers to help with the symptoms and “possibly delay the progression” of Alzheimer’s.  These medications do not cure Alzheimer’s.

What can you do to prevent Alzheimer’s?

  1. Eat a healthy diet (I recommend the Mediterranean-DASH diet “MIND diet”)
  2. Exercise regularly (I recommend at least 3 times a week)
  3. Supplement with the following:
    Vitamin B12 – 5000 iu/day (check your level)
    Vitamin B Complex – one a day
    Vitamin D3 – 5000 iu/day (check your level) maintain a level between 50 and 80
    ProOmega – 2000 mg a day
    CoEnzyme Q-10 – 100 mg a day (a must if you take a statin or a beta-blocker)
    Phosphatidylserine – 100 mg a day

    5000 iu of vitamin D3

    5000 iu of vitamin D3

This list is not all inclusive and I recommend that you let me help you formulate a specific plan.  What do you take for Alzheimer’s prevention?  Post in the comments section below.


Omega-3 – Krill Oil vs. ProOmega Fish Oil


To be a pharmacist you have to be a bit “nerdy”.  Who else other than the “nerdy” ones really enjoy learning how medications work in the body and then doing all the math.  To specialize in the practice of compounding pharmacy and to have a wellness center, well that is a different level of “nerdy”.  Several years ago I started hearing that everyone should be on an Omega-3 supplement for cardiovascular protection.  I agree we all need more Omega-3.

I often make recommendations to patients to take ProOmega fish oil from Nordic Naturals.  I am sold on this Essential Fatty Acid, so much so, that I take it myself and I have convinced Summer to take it also.  At one point several years ago I decided to find the best source of Omega-3 fish oil.  I researched the different products and I discussed with my fellow pharmacists and Certified Clinical Nutritionists around the country.  I finally landed on Nordic Naturals.  One of the things that caught my eye was that they research and compare their products with other products on the market.  Recently, they decided to compare ProOmega with Krill oil, Salmon oil and the prescription version of Omega-3 fish oil.  

The results of this study were eye opening to me and answered the common question that I hear “what is better krill oil or your ProOmega fish oil?”.  Take a look for yourself.

 Published in the journal Lipids in Health and Disease.

ProOmega is

  • 47% more effective than ethyl ester fish oil
  • 227% more effective than salmon oil
  • 382% more effective than krill oil

Now lets compare the number of capsules you would need to take to match the blood levels you receive with ProOmega.

In conclusion, if you take Krill oil, you will need to take 10 capsules to compare to 2 capsules of ProOmega.  It looks like with ProOmega you get more “bang for your buck.”

Another advantage with the ProOmega product is that they combine needed nutrients with ProOmega such as, Vitmain D and CoQ-10.  Contact me to find the  Omega-3 product that fits you best.


What is your experience with Omega-3?  Concerned about allergies? Comment below.


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