My husband takes that one. Both DHA and EPA are found in fish oil, so I think if you're looking for a vegan equivalent, something with both makes sense. I think that EPA is supposed to be the "active" form, but don't quote me on that.. I've been taking Deva DHA, but I might switch to the Ovega-3 when mine runs out. It's a higher dose, so I might take it less frequently. I'm currently taking 200mg DHA every 2-3 days (Mon, Wed, Fri).Originally Posted by silva
I've been looking into a supplament and the only one I found that had both was this one:
I haven't ordered it, need to watch money now, but even Deva doesn't have the EPA. I don't actually understand what EPA is anyway!
The looks fine to me. I don't think there's much evidence out there to recommend one over another, so I would probably choose based on price in the absence of recommendations from a physician or dietician. If you've been recommended a specific non-vegan supplement, perhaps you can compare the components with that.