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Are There Toxins In Your Fish Oil Supplement?

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I know this may sound strange, but there could be toxins in your fish oil supplement. And not just any old toxins, but nasty things like:

Mercury
PCBs
Dioxin
And many others

You may be asking, “How could this be?” Well, most fish oil is created from using farm-raised fish and much older fish that could store toxins in their skin and in the oil.

And this could go straight into your fish oil supplement. In fact, Consumer Reports highlighted that a good number of fish oil supplements they tested contained trace amounts of toxins and chemicals.

Some were even rancid. But there’s so much more to fish oil supplements that could pose a danger to your health.

And that’s why I want to help educate you so you can make a wise decision when it comes to protecting your most precious asset—your heart.

My friends over at JayLab Pro have given me access to a great FREE report called “What Your Doctor NEVER Told You About Fish Oil” and I want to share it with you.

CLICK HERE To Download Your FREE Special Report >>

It’s action-packed and will open your eyes to some potential dangers you may be facing if you’re taking fish oil.

So, if you’re a fish oil user, just download the FREE report below BEFORE you take another dose of fish oil:

INSTANT DOWNLOAD: What Your Doctor NEVER Told You About Fish Oil >> 

Cheers,
Kevin Johnston
PS Look for another great JayLab health report from me later this week.
PPS Do you have any nutrition-related questions you would like answered?
The reason I ask is that I do have access to our resident Registered Dietitian who would be pleased to answer and assist you with staying healthy.

Email your questions to me at giddaymate@hotmail.com.au and don’t forget to include your reply email address!

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