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I've narrowed the choice down to two: SeaBear (http://www.seabear.com/catalog/Product/Healthy%20Dining/275/Wild%20Alaskan%20Salmon%20Oil%20Softgels.aspx) and Arctic Essentials (http://www.arcticessentials.com/main/).

 

But the main confusion that is still in my mind is whether "cold-pressed" (SeaBear) or "molecular distillation" (Arctic Essentials) is better, and why.

 

Any thoughts?

 

TIA,

Sandy

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I've narrowed the choice down to two: SeaBear (http://www.seabear.com/catalog/Product/Healthy%20Dining/275/Wild%20Alaskan%20Salmon%20Oil%20Softgels.aspx) and Arctic Essentials (http://www.arcticessentials.com/main/).

 

But the main confusion that is still in my mind is whether "cold-pressed" (SeaBear) or "molecular distillation" (Arctic Essentials) is better, and why.

 

Any thoughts?

 

TIA,

Sandy

My chiro, who is also my neighbor, recommends Nordic Naturals which are of the molecular distillation variety, I believe. I'm not sure why that over the other, though.

 

Chelle

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Thank you both for responding. The VitalChoice article, especially, was exactly what I needed. In fact, I may go with the VitalChoice supplements, as they are made the same as the SeaBear, are a tad less expensive, and can be purchased without paying shipping.

 

Thanks again and have a great homeschooling week!

 

Sandy

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