45% EPA : 10% DHA : 64% Total Omega-3's
Contents per serving - 850mg EPA : 200mg DHA : 180 other : 30 IU Vitamin E

Nordic Naturals ProEPA 60 soft gels 1000 mg each

 
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Nordic Naturals ProEPA 60 soft gels 1000   mg each
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Nordic Naturals ProEPA 60 soft gels 1000 mg each



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Retail: $29.95
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Brand: Nordic Naturals
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Nordic Naturals ProEPA 60 soft gels 1000mg


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A high-potency EPA formula from concentrated fish oil
Available in 60 soft gels and 120 soft gels

ProEPA 1000mg by Nordic Naturals is an omega-rich formula derived from the component of fish oil that helps lower cardiovascular risk factors and maintain a general sense of calm.
Original research on ProEPA has also shown proven benefits for fat metabolism and healthy blood sugar levels.

Suggested Use:


Two soft gels daily, with food, or as directed by your health care professional or pharmacist.
For intense support, take two soft gels with food twice daily.

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I use it daily and I like it. - Anonymous

My doctor recommended ProEPA to me to reduce my cholesterol levels, and it has worked wonders. - Anonymous

Pro EPA is an excellent source of EPA, DHA, and omega 3 fatty acids. - Anonymous

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THE NORDIC NATURALS ADVANTAGE

Nordic Naturals is the number one selling fish oil brand in the physician-exclusive and professional products market. They offer...

Unparalleled Freshness:

  • Their fish oil is manufactured in a 100% oxygen-free environment to preserve its unique freshness.

Exceptional Purity:

  • Molecular distillation removes any potential impurities down to the parts-per-trillion level. Certificates of analysis are available upon request with Nordic Naturals.
  • Their fish oils surpass all national and international standards for purity and freshness.
  • All Nordic Naturals products are third-party tested for freshness and purity.

Unsurpassed Quality:

  • Their pure and fresh fish oils are manufactured from the highest quality raw material, and contain the triglyceride form of EPA and DHA for optimized absorption.
  • Nordic Naturals products are used and recommended by leading doctors and research institutions around the world.

Sustainable Harvesting:

  • Nordic Naturals' environmentally responsible policy ensures that 100% of their fish is utilized for human or animal consumption.
  • 100% of their fish is sourced in accordance with the Norwegian fisheries management system, which has been a model for the sustainable harvest of marine life for over 30 years.

Different types of omega-3s

Key omega-3 fatty acids include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA), both found primarily in oily cold-water fish such as tuna, salmon, and mackerel. Aside from fresh seaweed, a staple of many cultures, plant foods rarely contain EPA or DHA.

However, a third omega-3, called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), is found primarily in dark green leafy vegetables, flaxseed oils, and certain vegetable oils. Although ALA has different effects on the body than EPA and DHA do, the body has enzymes that can convert ALA to EPA. All three are important to human health.

Health Benefits Omega-3's

Scientists made one of the first associations between omega-3s and human health while studying the Inuit (Eskimo) people of Greenland in the 1970s. As a group, the Inuit suffered far less from certain diseases (coronary heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus, psoriasis) than their European counterparts. Yet their diet was very high in fat from eating whale, seal, and salmon. Eventually researchers realized that these foods were all rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which provided real disease-countering benefits.

Researchers continue to explore this exciting field. They've found that without a sufficient supply of polyunsaturated omega-3s, the body will use saturated fat to construct cell membranes. The resulting cell membranes, however, are less elastic, a situation that can have a negative effect on the heart because it makes it harder to return to a resting state.

Nutritionists have come to recognize the importance of balancing omega-3 fatty acids with omega-6 fatty acids in the diet. Because most people on a typical Western diet consume far more omega-6-rich foods (including cereals, whole-grain bread, baked goods, fried foods, margarine, and others), the ratio is out of balance for almost everyone. This means for most Americans the emphasis now needs to be on increasing omega-3s to make the ratio more even.

The bottom line: Omega-3s appear to help prevent and treat various disorders in different ways. For example, research suggests that in individuals with non-insulin-dependent (or type 2) diabetes, omega-3s can improve insulin sensitivity. They also ease menstrual pain.