We do not have a specific focus on the fatty acids in our Fermented Cod Liver Oil because, over time and work, we have concluded that these fatty acids are not what the focal point of the product should be. The only reason EPA/DHA/Omega 3's are discussed/pushed to the degree they are is after one completes the industrialization of these oils they have destroyed/damaged the real deal and they are left with some fatty acids. One always sells what they have. In the case of industrialized fish oils, fatty acids are about all that is left of value.
This is not to say that these fatty acids are not important. These types of oils will always contain a good supply of EPA/DHA and Omega 3's . The real story of Fermented Cod liver Oil is beyond this topic however. We think the real story is thousands of other molecular structures known and unknown.
In our society the question EPA/DHA and Omega 3's persists so the next question answers how you can calculate this total for any product if you know the % of EPA/DHA/Omega 3 in any oil:
How do I calculate the amount of EPA/DHA and Omega 3 fatty acids I am getting when I take my Fermented Cod Liver Oil products?
Everyone take different amounts of our products. To obtain an approximate conversion level please use the following conversions to calculate
5ml = 5g = 5,000mg = 1 tsp.
X = the amount of Fermented Cod Liver Oil product you take
Y = The approximate % of the fatty acid found within the product, which is 10%.
X mg x 10% [Y] = mg of intake
So , how many mg of DHA am I getting if I take 1 tsp of Fermented Cod Liver Oil each day?
5,000mg x 10% = 500mg of DHA per tsp.