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Omega-3 Fish Oil

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1,200 mg 60 Sgels

  • Natural lemon flavor



  • Gluten free



  • 1,200 mg per softgel


Fish oil just got a whole lot easier to take! Natrol's new formulation of Omega-3 Fish Oil 1,200 mg now includes fish oil with added natural lemon oil for a great tasting lemon flavor. Natrol Omega-3 Fish Oil is molecularly distilled to remove pesticides, PCBs and heavy metals. Gluten free.

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Product Description:

Omega-3 Fish Oil

  • Natural lemon flavor



  • Gluten free



  • 1,200 mg per softgel


Fish oil just got a whole lot easier to take! Natrol's new formulation of Omega-3 Fish Oil 1,200 mg now includes fish oil with added natural lemon oil for a great tasting lemon flavor. Natrol Omega-3 Fish Oil is molecularly distilled to remove pesticides, PCBs and heavy metals. Gluten free.

Product Label:

Omega-3 Fish Oil

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Softgel

Servings Per Container 60

  Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Calories 15  
Calories from Fat 10  
Total Fat 1.5 g 2%*
Saturated Fat 0 g 0%
Trans Fat 0 g **
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.5 g **
Monounsaturated Fat 0 g **
Cholesterol 10 mg 3%*
Vitamin E (from d-alpha tocopherol) 15 IU 50%
Omega-3 Fish Oil(anchovy, cod, mackerel, sardine) 1,200 mg **
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 216 mg 225%***
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 144 mg  

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

**Daily Value (DV) not established.

***Combined DV for EPA and DHA.

Other ingredients: Gelatin, glycerin, water, natural lemon oil.

Directions: Take 1 softgel, two times daily, with a meal.

Consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you have or suspect a medical condition, or are taking prescription drugs, or are pregnant or lactating. People with allergies to fish should consult their healthcare professional before taking this product. Keep out of reach of children.

No yeast, wheat, corn, milk, egg, glutens, artificial colors or favors, added sugar, starch or preservatives.

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Omega-3 Fish Oil 4.1 5 5 7
great product My husband was having problems with memory. He had quit taking Fish Oil for awhile, but I ordered him some more again and he ran out. He said he definitely could tell the different just the short while he was out. So I will continue to order this for him as long as it helps. October 9, 2013
good value easy to take-no digestion issues August 19, 2013
Natrol Fish Oil This seems to be a pretty good fish oil for an extremely low price. The amount of fish oil per cap is excellent, and the ratio of EPA and DHA is one of the most highly recommended ratios. It is molecularly distilled, which is excellent for removing sea contaminants. However, the lemon oil they add to it, even though that is what you smell when you open the bottle and NOT any type of fish-odor, smells very fake and un-natural, unlike the citrus that Barlean's fish oil uses that smells natural and yummy. In addition, I wonder about the mixed tocopherols that Natrol uses as a preservative -- whether it is doing its job. I would feel better with more specificity in type and amount regarding the antioxidant added and more claims regarding preserving the fish oil. It disturbs me that so many reviewers are experiencing fishy burps with this product as I've read that's a sign that the fish oil has already gone rancid. Rancid fish oil is very harmful for the body! Way worse than not taking any supplemental fish oil at all. (I don't burp at all in general, so I don't get fishy burps.) I have my doubts about the quality of this product. March 16, 2012
Natrol Fish Oil This seems to be a pretty good fish oil for an extremely low price. The amount of fish oil per cap is excellent, and the ratio of EPA and DHA is one of the most highly recommended ratios. It is molecularly distilled, which is excellent for removing sea contaminants. However, the lemon oil they add to it, even though that is what you smell when you open the bottle and NOT any type of fish-odor, smells very fake and un-natural, unlike the citrus that Barlean's fish oil uses that smells natural and yummy. In addition, I wonder about the mixed tocopherols that Natrol uses as a preservative -- whether it is doing its job. I would feel better with a better antioxidant added and more claims regarding preserving the fish oil. It disturbs me that so many reviewers are experiencing fishy burps with this product as I've read that's a sign that the fish oil has already gone rancid. Rancid fish oil is very harmful for the body! Way worse than not taking any supplemental fish oil at all. (I don't burp at all in general, so I don't get fishy burps.) I have my doubts about the quality of this product, but I guess you have to go by price also in determining this, and this is an extremely cheap product! March 14, 2012
Natrol Fish Oil This seems to be a pretty good fish oil for an extremely low price. The amount of fish oil per cap is excellent, and the ratio of EPA and DHA is one of the most highly recommended ratios. It is molecularly distilled, which is excellent for removing sea contaminants. However, the lemon oil they add to it, even though that is what you smell when you open the bottle and NOT any type of fish-odor, smells very fake and un-natural, unlike the citrus that Barlean's fish oil uses that smells natural and yummy. In addition, I wonder about the mixed tocopherols that Natrol uses as a preservative -- whether it is doing its job. I would feel better with a better antioxidant added and more claims regarding preserving the fish oil. It disturbs me that so many reviewers are experiencing fishy burps with this product as I've read that's a sign that the fish oil has already gone rancid. Rancid fish oil is very harmful for the body! Way worse than not taking any supplemental fish oil at all. (I don't burp at all in general, so I don't get fishy burps.) I have my doubts about the quality of this product, but I guess you have to go by price also in determining this, and this is an extremely cheap product! March 1, 2012
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