Cod Liver Oil

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Hello Friends,

I don't know how many of you already take this supplement, but if you are not already using this, please consider putting it on your list of supplements.  Cod liver oil is essential for those of us who have lung inflammation and damage. I have been taking it for over 2 years and I believe it helps me. I take the Norwegian one and take a tsp a day, sometimes 2. I encourage you to take fish oil for your heart and cod liver oil for your lungs. I am not selling anything or recommending any particular one. Just make sure you take the liquid cod liver oil, not capsules. 

Hope that helps you.


Mary Ann

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    If any of you have any suggestions on supplements that are working for you, let's make it public on this website.  By this helping just one of us, it is worth posting this special note to all. 

    What have you tried that has made a difference in your lung health?

    Manuka Honey?


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    Thankyou for the good advice ,I take vit c

    But I will try anything to keep my lungs healthy so I will give it a go

    Keep well


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    Thank you, Mary Ann.  I am going to give it a try.  Couldn't hurt.  

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    One other thing about the cod liver oil....keep it refrigerated. Please research cod liver oil and its benefits for inflammation and damaged lungs. I only buy Norwegian because of the ice cold waters, wild caught fish, and low poluted waters. It is more expensive.  There is also a fermented cod liver oil too, but I haven't done enough research to recommend it.  It is very pricey!

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    Oh,  Mary Ann...I am not allergic to hardly anything...but......this is the one thing I am allergic to.   hahaha   However, I do the fish oil.  
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