For some people, taking fish oil supplements can leave an unpleasant taste in their mouths - but it's worth it for the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids for brain and heart health. Fish oils are available in softgel and liquid formats, with the latter having a fishy taste, but which some people find easier to swallow. To help these people get the omega-3s in a more pleasing manner, oils producer Bioriginal is reportedly introducing a new range of omega-3, 9 and 9 oils in flavoured formats.
So, what kind of flavour is appropriate for fish oil? Cherry(fish)? Peppermint(fish)? No, the company seems to have stuck with flavours that compliment fish; they offer citrus or spice-based flavours. Wise choice, we'd say.
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