Just a simple comparison of 3.5 ozs of cooked Atlantic farmed salmon. According to USDA, this cooked salmon contains 700 mg EPA and 1,457 mg DHA. If you follow the American Heart Association's recommendation of eating 3.5 ozs of oily fish twice a week, you will get a total of 4,157 mg of EPA and DHA. This amounts to about 593 mg per day. I am showing that taking two natural fish oil capsules will give you 600 mg of EPA and DHA in natural TAG fat form. I purchased the salmon steak for $4.99 for 6 ozs. However, for $7.99 you can get 400 capsules of Kirkland fish oil that is USP verified and get much more omega-3s that the salmon steak. Take two of these and you get similar EPA+DHA content as the 3.5 ozs of salmon. So, for about 4 cents a day, you will meet the AHA recommendation of EPA+DHA for those without heart disease. However, remember that eating fish provides more nutrients than the fish oil capsules and I am only showing the comparison for those who don't like or can't eat fish like salmon twice a week.