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Old 07-08-2010, 12:00 AM - Thread Starter
 
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...that it's molecularly distilled, should I assume that it's not? I have Walgreen's Finest Naturals brand of liquid Cod Liver Oil (not Fish Oil, but Cod Liver) and I can't find any info online if it's contaminant-free. My son with Autism would be the one taking it, thanks for any help.
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I would not be using any supplement from walgreens, especially a fish oil. Many fish oils are filled with contaminants. If you want high quality you need to go to a natural health food store, or order online. Nordic Naturals and Carlsons are two of the best fish oil brands in the world.

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Thank you. I knew 2 bottles for $8.99 had to be too good to be true!
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