So I was taking regular fish oil, which has both EPA, and DHA. Then I heard your supposed to take 9 standard fish oil caps per day, for optimum health, and that there was 1 available, which has the equivalent of 9 in 1. So I asked at the chemist, which that is, and the guy told me wild krill is best. I just read the box now, and it says, take 9 per day, for optimum heart health, and that each capsule, is equiv to 47mg of EPA, and 28mg of DHA. My regular fish oil, is 180 EPA, 120 DHA. I feel like an idiot for not looking at my fish oil first, and reading what krill has that's supposedly better, before getting the krill. But by my calculations, 3 of my regular fish oil capsules, is like 9 of the krill. So why is krill so much more expensive? I'm going to take my fish oil in the morning as usual, and take krill with dinner, as I'm hoping over the next few months, probiotics and healthier eating help ease more of the D, but can any of you tell me...is it just best to take the regular fish oil, if it has so much more EPA and DHA?