Ssa wrote:I’ve been taking fish oil for years and was never able to bring my cholesterol down. I started taking phosphatidylcholine a year before my last bloodwork and finally got better numbers better. Could still use some improvement but not much. Do you think krill oil and continue phosphatidylcholine would be good or are others better.
High dose fish oil is used to reduce triglycerides in conventional medicine, but I don't think there is any proof that they help with other cholesterol markers. I use it more for its anti-inflammatory properties. This wiki chapter
on fats and omega 3 may be of interest to you.
I don't have an opinion on krill oil and phosphatidylcholine for you as an individual. You can get other members' take on these supplements by doing a website search. Click on the magnifying glass in the upper right hand toolbar to search.
We all start as beginners! I will never catch up to the knowledge base of folks like Julie G and MarcR (and many others - I remain in awe). Just focus on a little at a time, and on the subjects that are of most interest to you at the moment.