Dr Rhonda Patrick recommends the below for omega-3s in phospholipid form:

She previously used:

You can see the timeline of her krill oil choices via Twitter. Back in 2015 she was taking NOW’s Neptune Krill Oil 1000 (note that she says 1000, which is NOWs double strength version):

However, by 2016 she had moved from NOW to Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Phospholipids:

Often people are looking for krill oil, but don’t know exactly why. The benefit of krill oil over regular fish oil is that krill oil contains a more bio-available form of omega-3s called omega-3 phospholipids. Whilst the phospholipids can be extracted from krill (small shrimp like crustaceans), its also possible to extract from fish roe (fish eggs).

Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Phospholipids product is made up of herring roe extract, which provides a high concentration of DHA & EPA. Rhonda is a fan of Nordic Naturals because they have high purity standards. This is an issue in the fish oil industry, where the freshness and quality of oil can be questionable.


Prior to this, Rhonda was taking NOW Neptune Krill Oil 1000:

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Hi, I'm Alex, a medical student, with a broad interest in nutrition, hormones, cancer prevention and gerontology (study of ageing). I write this blog to answer questions I myself have had at one stage or another. With the hope that others find it useful.

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