Do you really mean 1-2 tablespoons ? or actually 1-2 teaspoons?
The Carlson's fish oil provides in each
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 1600 mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 800 mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoc Acid) 500 mg
Other Omega-3 Fatty Acids 300 mg
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 1,150 mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 650 mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 450 mg
Other Omega 3 Fatty Acids 50 mg
and I only take 2 tsp daily to get just over 2g omega 3 daily
Using the Carlsons would require only 1 and a bit teaspoons.
If you are avoiding omega 6 industrial seed/grain oils like corn, soyabean cottonseed oils and using coconut oil for cooking/baking with butter and olive oil I doubt you really need to take up to 2 TABLESPOONS of the Carlsons.
That could be 240 calories and really if you took just 2g of omega 3 that would be just 50 calories.
So I think you could safely save 190 calories by reducing your fish oil intake by just taking 2 small teaspoons (saves spilling the fish oil) each with about 10ml of fish oil. (about 2 thirds full)
For vronp the niacin I'm using is Twinlab, Niacin ( B-3 ) Caps
It's a tad cheaper at Vitacost. but their shiping to UK is more. So for UK IHERB newbies CODE WAB666 saves $5. Keep order below £18 or our PO charges £8 to collect the 20% VAT. If your order is £18 or more DHL charge only £1.25 to collect the tax and they are faster and the tracking means you know when it's going to be delivered.
Bear in mind there seems to be a BEGINNERS LUCK element to low carbohydrate weight loss in that the first timers seem to be advantaged. That's one reason why it's important for newbies to get good advice and keep going till they reach target and then stay with the maintenance regime without going back to those foods we know raise BG high and fast. It seems to be the case that once you've lost a lot of weight low carbing previously, then regained weight through not low carbing, it's much harder the second time round to match the performance you achieved on your initial low carb attempt.
When I started I found it hard to understand why others were having problems and why they didn't manage to achieve their target or why they regained. I think there are a lot of reasons to account for why it's easier for some than others (and your sex is one of them that you can't do anything about) but I think people should be aware that LC isn't just a DIET in the sense of a quick method to lose weight, but rather a way of eating for the future that should keep you a reasonable weight and reduces the risk for Alzheimer's, cancer, heart disease and diabetes and other outcomes associated with Metabolic syndrome.