PB Andy wrote:
It is the best Fish Oil product on the market and has added anti-inflammatory response.
Added anti-inflammatory response?
What exactly is that?
In other words, something that takes away inflammation (swollen/painful). So, for a guy like me who’s had two shoulder surgeries, it might have a similar effect to Advil (an anti-inflammatory), MINUS the possible negative side effects of Advil.
I was able to get off of Mobic and Advil (for the swelling and aching in my shoulders) because I began taking healthy doses of fish oil (3-4 grams of combined DHA and EPA a day). It was not until I started using a higher dose (as previously mentioned) that I was able to get off the anti-inflam’s and stick with fish oil.
Actually you’re wrong, or more to the point you didn’t actually answer the question. The question was a leading one as I already know the answer.
Your definition would equate to an “anti-inflammatory response”. I asked what was the “added” anti-inflammatory response. The answer is there isn’t one. Flameout isn’t anymore anti-inflammatory than any other fish oil with the same DHA/EPA ratios, or at least similar ones.
I’m not saying Flameout isn’t the shit, I just don’t want misleading statements out there that it has something added that can’t be added.
Make sure you actually understand what I am saying before you respond so we don’t end up arguing.[/quote]
1.Why not just correct the poster if you felt the individual provided misleading information instead of setting them up for failure?
2.Flameout does have the ‘added’ benefit of CLA in order to help regulate COX-2. CLA isn’t found in generic fish oils so Flameout would most likely provide more of an anti-inflamatory response than generic fish oil.
3.I dont think the poster was misleading anyone. The topic was based around Flameout, which has CLA.
- Comments like this are very condescending and lead to arguments. Give the poster a break.