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EPA-DHA 6:1 is an exciting formula that provides 500 mg of pharmaceutical-grade EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) per softgel—specifically designed to maximize the benefits of this important essential fatty acid.
- Features a 6:1 ratio of EPA to DHA per softgel—perfect for some patients who may receive greater benefit from EPA rather than DHA.
- Provided in pleasant-smelling, enteric-coated softgels to avoid premature dissolution in the stomach and reduce the likelihood of repeating (burp-up) in susceptible individuals.
- Delivers EPA and DHA in ethyl ester form directly to the intestinal tract for optimal absorption.
- A unique antioxidant blend of vitamin E, ascorbyl palmitate, and rosemary stabilizes the oil for maximum freshness.
One softgel one to three times daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each Softgel Supplies:
Natural Marine Lipid Concentrate
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified water, Rosemary extract, Mixed tocopherols, Ascorbyl palmitate, Citric acid, Enteric coating (contains vanillin), Contains: fish (anchovy, sardine)
† Contains between 25 and 100 mg of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) for an average ratio of 6:1 EPA to DHA.
In order to ensure proper use of our high-quality nutritional supplements, Metagenics only sells to licensed healthcare practitioners. The products listed in this online catalog are available in the United States and may not be available in other countries. In addition, certain formulas may be slightly different outside the US.