Is there fish oil in your cheese?

Goat cheese is delicious on a variety of dishes from salads to desserts. It is creamy, tangy and – fishy? According to a recent study published in the Journal of Food Science, fish oil can be added to goat cheese to deliver beneficial omega-3 fatty acids to consumers.

While this may seem a little unappetizing at first, researchers say that the fish oil does not compromise the taste of the goat cheese nor does it reduce its shelf-life. The study says that this may be a great way for health conscious individuals to get omega-3 in their diets because not only is goat cheese flavorful, but it also contains less fat than many other cheeses.

However, if goat cheese fortified with fish oil isn’t really your thing, you may want to consider trying OmegaKrill to get omega-3 fatty acids into your diet. This all-natural supplement from Dr. Newton’s Naturals is formulated with krill oil, a substance derived from shrimp-like crustaceans that contains three times more omega-3 than fish oil.

Developed by Dr. Michael Pinkus, OmegaKrill can provide many benefits including the ability to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels, encourage healthy cell growth, promote circulatory and nervous system health and improve overall health and well being.

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