In Joe Rogan’s recent podcast with Dr. Rhonda Patrick, he says that he takes the liquid form of Carlson’s Super Omega-3 Fish Oil. Specifically, Rogan will take three teaspoons of Carlson’s daily. Each teaspoon has 1600mg of Omega-3 fatty acids, so Rogan is taking in almost 5000mg of Omega-3s per day! Rogan has been taking Carlson’s Fish Oil since 2013 as you can see in the Instagram post below.
Joe Rogan’s Fish Oil Protocol
- Carlson’s Omega-3 Fish Oil: 3 teaspoons/daily
- Each teaspoon contains 1600mg of Omega-3s, for a total of 4800mg per day
If you’ve listened to any podcast where Joe Rogan talks about nutrition, you know he is an avid fan of omega-3 fish oils. In a podcast with Tom Papa, Joe dives into how much he values omega fish oils, and how they are “super, super important for brain function”. He specifically supplements with Carlson’s Super Omega-3 fish oil according to a Youtube video below where he gives a tour of his supplement cabinet, along with the same Instagram post from 2013.
Lately, Joe has been all about krill oil due to it’s bioavailability as a source of DHA. In a podcast Joe did with Dr. Rhonda Patrick, she mentions the importance of taking both Krill Oil and Fish Oil to get the unique benefits of each – which are both crucial for brain function. Joe hasn’t mentioned what krill oil he takes, but we’re going to go out on a limb here and guess it’s the new Onnit Krill Oil product that just recently dropped.