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'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please.

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'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please.

Does anyone know which of the two is a better company for suppliments in general?

'Quest' Quest Website, or 'All-in-one'?

I currently buy my Marine EPA (Omega 3) suppliments from Quest, which seem very good, and contain:
EPA 180mg
DHA 120mg
Price: 135 capsules for £15.99

'All-in-one' on the other hand contain:
EPA 210mg
DHA 150mg
Price: 90 capsules for £4.99

If there's not much difference in quality, then i'll go for the cheaper, although sometimes 'you get what you pay for' so worth spending a little extra for better quality supps. I see the all in one have higher values of DHA and EPA per capsule, and are much cheaper, but not sure if this is a 'free lunch' syndrome, where you just think you're getting more for less money, or whether its genuinely a better deal.

So i ask you advice. I'll change brands if that's the case.

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    RE: 'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please. 2006/07/11 17:35:33 (permalink)
    why not get 500 from either my protein or bulkpowders for about 14 quid?
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    RE: 'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please. 2006/07/11 17:50:44 (permalink)
    OH!... i didn't realise that both those places did Omega 3 supps. I did a quick scan on their websites but didnt see them. So you can buy 500 capsules for just 14 quid? - are they any good quality? (do you know the levels of DHA and EPA per capsule?)

    Guess i should take a look.

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    RE: 'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please. 2006/07/11 18:05:59 (permalink)
    Myprotein dont do Omega3 - the only EFA they do are egg yolk powder, or flax seed:
    http://www.myprotein.co.uk/bulk-powders/essential-fatty-acids/

    and bulkpowders do an AMAZING 1000 capsules of Omega3 for £24.99, so thanks for posting the above TT.

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    RE: 'Quest' Vs. 'All-in-one' brand advice please. 2006/07/11 19:14:22 (permalink)
    I think to be honest you are concentrating far too much on supplements.

    You need real food, proper nutrients, more satiated, etc...
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