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June 10, 2010


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There's an outfit in Illinois that's making fish meal and omega 3 supplements out of the invasive Asian Carp!

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the fishy claims of Marine-Derived Omega-3s regarding the hurting of ocean have been justified nicely. good work Mr. Green, keep it up.

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You often find most of these claims coming from companies offering alternative forms of omega 3, just because the profit margin is better! liars!

Terry Ronald

the reason that large fish, such as cod, are not coming back,is that, menhaden, the most important fish in the sea, has been overfished and the large fish have nothing to eat .

Nemod Kedem

Hi, Marine-Derived Omega-3's are highly un-ecological... If you would see how they treat fish in nets off-shores of many countries, you wouldn't touch omega-3 from fish again...

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At this point your dough should have some bubbles and be a little puffy. Add the olives and stir the dough again. Cover the pot and put it in the refrigerator for 8-12 hours.

Michelle (Healthy Snack) Hompton

It's true that omega-3 is good for the heart. You made a great point in the 3rd paragraph. I think the authorities should do something about this.

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Thanks Mr Green for clearing this myth. I do take Omega3 supplements occasionally, so at least now I know that I'm not part of the culprit that causes harm to the ocean. :)

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