Nordic Naturals' ProOmega LDL has a high-concentration EPA/DHA combination to support overall cardiovascular health.*

Nordic Naturals ProOmega LDL 180 soft gels

Retail: $76.95
Our Price: $65.41
Nordic Naturals ProOmega LDL 180 soft gels

Nordic Naturals ProOmega LDL 180 soft gels

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Retail: $76.95
Our Price: $65.41
Brand: Nordic Naturals
Product Code: NNL1321
SKU: NNL1321
Shipping Weight: 2.00 pounds
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Product Details

ProOmega LDL Nordic Naturals 180 soft gels 1000mg

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Maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is an important step in the prevention of heart disease.Numerous scientific studies have shown that red yeast rice, a natural red pigmented yeast grown on rice, helps support healthy cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range.Based upon such research findings and human clinical trials, Nordic Naturals developed ProOmega LDL, a synergistic blend of natural substances that have been shown to support overall cardiovascular health.*

Supplement Facts

Serving Size:
2 Soft Gels

Amount Per Serving:

  • EPA: 390 mg
  • DHA: 270 mg
  • Other Omega 3s: 108 mg
  • Vitamin E: 20 IU
  • Red Yeast Rice Powder: 800 mg
  • Coenzyme Q10: 20 mg

purified deep sea fish oil, from anchovies and sardines, soft gel capsule, gelatin, glycerin, purified water USP, caramel color, red yeast rice powder, D alpha tocopherol, rosemary extract, yellow beeswax, soy lecithin, coenzyme Q10

Suggested Use:
2 soft gels daily, with food, or as directed by your health care professional or pharmacist.

Product Reviews

(5.00) 2 raters

Since I started using Pro Omega LDL my cholesterol levels have been in normal range. -

ProOmega LDL is great, it has the EPA, DHA, & Red Yeast Rice that I need and more like Vitamin E AND Q10. -

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