Where should I keep my DHA supplements?
A good place to keep your DHA is in the refrigerator, especially if you have bottles of fish oil. If your DHA starts to smell excessively "fishy", throw it away. That's a good sign it's rancid. Don't try to save yourself a few dollars by finishing an obviously rancid fish oil product. Not only will it taste awful, but you'll be introducing a source of free radicals into your body, which is what you least need. On the other hand, a very slight fish smell is natural.
A printed expiration date on the bottle is a good guideline, but don't rely on it too much. For instance, if the bottle was incorrectly handled and stored, the product may go bad well before the printed date. Or, if carefully stored in a refrigerator, it may last well beyond what's normally expected. Most people were born with an excellent sense of smell, which nature designed to detect rancid foods, so often, your nose will be the best judge. If it smells bad, it probably is!
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