cod liver oil


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Synonyms for cod liver oil

an oil obtained from the livers of cod and similar fishes

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And cod liver oil has been a vital part of that journey.
To put this into perspective, it is highly likely that if the Queen Mother had taken cod liver oil as a young adult she may have needed her first hip replacement much later.
Cod liver oil may be one of the best-selling supplements, especially among the older generation brought up on daily doses, and yet the image of children being force-fed huge spoonfuls of the oil, clouds our appreciation of this valuable supplement.
Cod liver oil has been used for centuries for joint problems.
Our findings are consistent with advice that taking cod liver oil in early adulthood could prevent the onset of osteoarthritis and would reduce the harmful symptoms associated with the disease.
My mother takes a cod liver oil capsule every morning but my kids refuse them saying they taste horrible.
Dear Miriam I READ that cod liver oil can cause cancer.
So go on taking your cod liver oil - there's good evidence from Cardiff scientists that it can improve the health of cartilage in your joints too.
EXPERTS said yesterday that children should have a daily dose of cod liver oil.
HEALTH experts want a return to the wartime daily dose of of cod liver oil for children.
But kids who only ever eat white fish should take a cod liver oil supplement.
Cod liver oil is a rich source of Vitamin D, which we now know is important in fighting infections, as well as preventing conditions such as rickets, says the author.
August 30, 1948: The importance of welfare foods - milk, orange juice and cod liver oil - was stressed to a young mothers' meeting chaired by the mayor, Clr Oliver Smith.
In the commentary, they expressed concern about supplementation with cod liver oil because of its high vitamin A content and the possibility that A will counteract D's beneficial effects.