Yes, a calorie is a calorie.
Just a quick question. Should I count fish oil and sesathin as part of my daily fat intake. Fixing to start a diet and trying to get it dialed in before beginning. Thanks.
Yes, a calorie is a calorie.
just trying to figure out how many grams fish oil accounts for per daily meal
I take 10grams of fishoil a day(super caps), and yes I count it.
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Yes you should certainly count them.Originally Posted by bludevil
With 1 fish oil capsule is = 1g of fat (and therefore 9 calories).
cool, thanksOriginally Posted by Emma-Leigh
I would need to swallow 10 fish oil capsules to get 10g of fish oil; my bottle has 90 capsules. Do you guys go through these quick? If so, you guys must spend a lot on fish oils.
I think that 6g of fish oil capsules is all you need in terms of fish oil suppliements (in conjunction with a healthy diet that is).. 6 capsules is not that much.Originally Posted by KentDog
But if you want more and you do not want to swallow that many capsules you can always get the pure liquid stuff... (mmmm... fish burps!! )
You can get a bottle of fish caps at Costco or Sams for only $7 for a 300 count. Pretty cheap.Originally Posted by KentDog
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Originally Posted by Jodi
WOW. This is what I'm using now (NOW Brand Omega-3):
and I was under the impression it was the cheapest you could get. I'll keep my eye out at Sams.. thanks for the tips guys (Jodi specifically).