Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Oystein, Dec 24, 2016.
Or is it just another passing fad/scam to part a fool and his money?
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It would be hard to find any enterprise where to goal is not to part someone from their money.
I think the food chain starts with krill so they are probably good for you...there must be research.
I would suggest that Omega 3 fatty acids are just that, and it doesn't really matter where they come from. Fish oil is fish oil. If you need it then you should take it, if not....
Living in London as a child more than 50 years ago we had a daily capsule of Cod Liver Oil.
No idea of the dosage or of its effectiveness.
Think it was to counter effects of lack of vitamin D.
Humpty Dumpty preferred capsule to the spoonful.
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Living in Los Angeles more than 50 years ago, my mom would stuff a spoonful of that stuff in my mouth every day as well. She just said it was good for me. :barf: I take the capsules these days. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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Duh! Well, of course. The key word in my statement is "fool". I don't think I'm a fool if I trade Toyota money for a Camry. Or trade Apple money for a computer. Etc. etc..
Now, trading money for krill oil supplements may put a person in that "fool" category.
Just because something is eaten/assimilated by a plant or animal in the food chain doesn't necessarily make it good for humans.
That is certainly true.
I tried a google on the benefits of krill oil and although there are multiple sites presenting krill oil as beneficial I could not find one that was other than someone selling krill oil.
One could presume someone has done research but so far I have not found anything.
I did not wish to use the word fool.
How you see yourself when you part with money would not prevent another seeing your purchase as that of a fool.
I am sure there may be folk who see a fool parting with his money when he buys a Toyota or an Apple particularly if they believe either are inferior to the product they may choose.
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Please don't go as I thought we had so much in common.
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