Carlson’s Fish Oil – recommended in 4 Hour Body

Carlson cod liver oil

This article is about the second fish oil recommended by Tim Ferriss in 4 Hour Body, Carlson Fish Oil. Read here about other 4HB recommendation, the PAGG Stack.

Carlson’s fish oil is the number one (at Amazon.com) best selling supplement providing your body with essential fatty acids. It is an ideal source of polyunsaturated omega-3 acids DHA (docasahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), promoting cardiovascular health and thus contributing to our well being. It prevents artery disease and strokes by improving the omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids ratio and keeping your arteries clean from cholesterol. But it is good not only for your heart, which is the most commonly known benefit of fish oil. It is beneficial for joints, if you are weight lifting you will quickly notice the difference. It improves and smoothes skin. And it is good for bones and nervous system.

Carlson’s Fish Oil dosage

Take one or more teaspoonfuls every day before bedtime or at mealtime. If you follow Tim Ferriss’ protocol for boosting your testosterone level, take Carlsons Fish Oil twice a day, together with high-vitamin butter (Tim recommended Kerrygold Irish Butter). After opening keep the bottle refrigerated and use within 3 months.

Best tasting fish oil

Many people dislike fish oil or cod liver oil because of its fishy nasty taste. Health benefits are not enough if you suffer subsequently from bad taste in your mouth.  Thanks to the lemon and orange flavouring Carlson’s Fish Oil doesn’t cause such unpleasant burpy side effects. And you know what? It sells better than competing products, even from respected companies and with similar EPA/DHA level. So skip the pills, Carlson is best in class.

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