There is no difference in the quality of the oil between the capsules and the liquid. Same oil is used in both, and the integrity of the oil is equally well preserved in both forms. There is some slight nutrient benefit in our opinion in the soft gels as you get the added benefit of the cod liver gelatin that isn't available in the liquid form. However, the cost per serving size is more with the soft gels than the liquid. Hope this helps!
Or can you take 1 at breakfast, lunch and dinner?
It's up to the individual and the specific health situation they are experiencing. Many choose to take all three with breakfast or with a single designated meal of the day because otherwise they might forget. Others are using it for specific help in managing chronic conditions and find it's more effective to take one, three times a day with their meals. Hope this helps!
Bottles of capsules should be stored at room temperature in a dark place, i.e. cupboard or cabinet. Unlike the liquid cod liver oil, the capsules should not be refrigerated or frozen. Exposure to cold temperatures during shipment is not an issue however prolonged exposure may cause the softgels to dry out and become porous, negatively impacting the freshness of the oil.
Great question! Both the Rosita and WalkAbout Emu Oil are premium quality animal fats that have powerfully health supporting properties to offer. They are however, very different from each other. Cod Liver Oil contains the fat soluble vitamins A and D for example and Emu Oil contains the fat soluble vitamin K. A, D and K all work together synergistically and for that and many other reasons both of these nutritional oils often work well in conjunction with each other. There are of course a plethora of other nutrient components unique to each one that make them distinct in their own rights but the fat soluble nutrients are a good place to start in understanding their differences.
Which one is the best fit for your particular health situation, or whether you would benefit from taking both together is a decision to make with a lot of research and involving your care provider who is familiar with your health history to know if one would be particularly beneficial for your particular health situation and nutrient needs.
In terms of the new softgels - how much teaspoon equivalent of EVCLO is in each softgel? Is there any processing used in making the softgel that would make it less natural/pure than the liquid form?
For specific dosage questions based upon your unique health history, we recommend speaking with your care provider. The daily dosage guidelines are appropriate for the average adult, in average health. More or less would be appropriate depending on specific scenarios and nutritional needs and that is best determined by a care provider. The daily serving size for the liquid in 1 tsp a day amount is considered a maintenance dose.
The daily serving size amount recommended for the soft gels is 3 per day. You can compare the nutritional facts between both the liquid and the soft gels by clicking on the "additional information" tab at the top of the product description.
There is nothing in the processing of the soft gels that would render them less effective or less natural or pure. Even the gelatin itself is derived from the cod and has nutritional value, so for some, they consider the soft gels a more ideal form to supplement with because of the additional benefits from the gelatin.
Hope this helps! The dosages and recommended daily amounts as listed on the labels are determined by the team at Rosita and any questions about the reasoning behind their recommended dosage amounts should be directed to their customer service team.