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Old 01-05-2010, 10:38 PM   #10
Steven Low
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Oh ok so you were actually on the really high end of EPA+DHA.

Robb Wolf for injuries has said something about .5g EPA+DHA per 10 lbs of mass so if you're 200 lbs that's 10g EPA+DHA.

You probably don't need to go anymore than that... unless you can foot the bill and are seeing good effects still.


Oh yeah, and it's not just docs/pharma that does it. Most of the health professions are like this as well. There's some terrible PT clinics out there (good thing I don't work at one) as well as sham chiros.

Orthotics are waaaaaaaay overprescribed as well.
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