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Carson’s Cod Liver Oil is a high quality whole food source of DHA and EPA essential omega-3s. See supplemental facts below.

Cod Liver Oil, Lemon Flavor – $21.45

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From the deep, unpolluted waters near Norway, Carlson brings you the finest cod liver oil which is naturally rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, EPA and DHA. Only cod fish caught during the winter and early spring are used, as the liver oil content is highest at this time of year. The oil is separated from the liver tissues without the use of chemicals. To insure freshness of Carlson Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, the air inside the glass bottle has been replaced with nitrogen.


THIS PRODUCT is regularly tested (using AOAC international protocols) for freshness, potency and purity by an independent, FDA-registered laboratory and has been determined to be fresh, fully potent and free of detectable levels of mercury, cadmium, lead, PCB’s and 28 other contaminants.


Carlson’s Cod Liver Oil Promotes and Supports:

Cardiovascular Health

  • DHA and EPA help maintain a healthy stable heartbeat
  • DHA and EPA help blood vessel health to support circulation
  • DHA and EPA may support artery wall elasticity
  • Dietary intake of DHA and EPA is now being recognized as a safe and effective method for maintaining healthy triglyceride levels


Brain and Nerve Function

  • As a vital component of our brain tissue and neurons, DHA supports cognitive function
  • By improving membrane fluidity, DHA may help support nerve transmission processes
  • Increased levels of DHA in the brain may serve to protect and enhance the lifespan of neurons


Healthy Vision

  • DHA is found in substantial amounts in the retina and is important for normal vision
  • Vitamin A promotes good night vision


Immune System Health

  • DHA and EPA are needed for balanced eicosanoid formation, which supports balanced and healthy immune responses


Bone Strength

  • Vitamin D helps form strong, healthy bones by its role in regulation calcium and phosphorus metabolism


Healthy Joint and Movement

  • DHA and EPA support healthy joints and comfortable movement by supporting healthy physiological processes


Service size: 1 teaspoon
Suggested Retail Prices:
8.4 oz – $22.50
16.8 oz – $37.90

Our Prices:
8.4 oz – $18.95
16.8 oz – $33.45


Supplemental Facts
per 1 tsp
Vitamin A 700–1200 IU 14–24%
Vitamin D 400 IU 100%
Vitamin E
(as d-Alpha tocopherol)
10 IU 30%
ALA (Alpha-Linolenic Acid) 40–60 mg *
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 500–590 mg *
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 360–500 mg *
* Daily Value (DV) not established

Docosahexaenoic acid (commonly known as DHA) is a long-chain omega-3 essential fatty acid. Most animals make very little DHA metabolically, however small amounts are manufactured internally through the consumption of a-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid found in chia, flax, and many other seeds and nuts. DHA is most often found in fish oil.


DHA is a major fatty acid in sperm and brain phospholipids, especially in the retina. Dietary DHA can reduce the level of blood triglycerides in humans, which may reduce the risk of heart disease. Low levels of DHA cause reduction of brain serotonin levels and have been associated with ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression, among other diseases, and there is mounting evidence that DHA supplementation may be effective in combating such diseases.


Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA or also icosapentaenoic acid) is a long-chain omega-3 fatty acid. EPA is a polyunsaturated fatty acid that acts as a precursor for prostaglandin-3. (A prostaglandin is any member of a group of lipid compounds that are derived enzymatically from fatty acids and have important functions in the body.) The US National Institute of Health’s Medline Plus lists a large number of conditions in which EPA (alone or in concert with other omega-3 sources) is known or thought to be effective. Most of these involve its ability to lower inflammation.



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