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Henriette Bsec
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I take halibut liver oil all winter - due to very little sun here in the north- and my less ideal intake of vitamin D rich food.
However I won´t take it  the next months due to summer and
How can I store the rest of my glass of pills?
In the fridge or freezer or will it be ok just in the kitchen.
My feeling is that they should be stored cool -when I wont take them before Octobre-I have 1/2 a glass left...and they should be used my november 2008.


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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
I take halibut liver oil all winter - due to very little sun here in the north- and my less ideal intake of vitamin D rich food.
However I won´t take it  the next months due to summer and
How can I store the rest of my glass of pills?
In the fridge or freezer or will it be ok just in the kitchen.
My feeling is that they should be stored cool -when I wont take them before Octobre-I have 1/2 a glass left...and they should be used my november 2008.


Oils go rancid in the summer far easier than the colder months hence in the meantime perhaps u may store in the fridge or freezer ... however, in general they should be stored in a COOL/DRY place at all times for optimal preservation



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My ND told me to keep the fish oil caps in the freezer; not for longevity, necessarily, but for aftertaste. Less fish oil coming back up, if you know what I mean. Seems to work...haven't had any problems yet.

I think keeping the halibutliver glass jar with tight fitting lid in the freezer is fine, especially if there's little chance of power failure and you don't take them out/put them back until you need them next Fall. My two cents.


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Thanks
I think I´ll put them in the freezer- makes sense..
Actually theese do not give me fish burps like most fish oils do
- so they might be untested but I thought:
haibut is benificial and cod liver oil is neutral so halibut liver will surely not be an avoid.


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I would refrigerate or freeze any type of delicate oils, especially if the oil is not being consumed on a daily or regular basis.

You will preserve the freshness of the oil and prevent the oil from going rancid.

Alia


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