EPA/DHA Enteric Mega

  • No 'fishy burps'
  • Protect heart health
  • Improve absorption
  • Purified and filtered
  • Support brain health

Our new enteric coated product uses the same purified and concentrated fish oil as our popular Mega EPA/DHA formula, offering one of the highest concentrations of EPA and DHA available. We have added an enteric coating to protect the softgel from beginning digestion in the stomach, releasing it instead when it reaches the small intestine.

This coating ensures that more of the EPA and DHA molecules effectively reach the bloodstream, plus it reduces the instance of fish reflux or "fishy burps."

Healthy fat is a critical component of a healthful diet. Fats from both the omega-3 and omega-6 groups are critical to good health, but they must be kept in balance.1 Today there is a problem maintaining this balance-- the modern diet emphasizes omega-6 fats by as much as 25 to 1.

Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. One softgel of Mega EPA/DHA provides 700 mg of combined EPA/DHA omega-3 fatty acids.2,3,4


Other Ingredients: 
Gelatin, vegetable glycerin, puried water, natural vitamin E and enteric coating.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
 This product is manufactured and packaged in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, sh and crustacean shellsh.

This product has been tested for PCBs and is well within the limits of California Proposition 65.

Suggested Use:
 One (1) softgel 1-2 times daily with food or as directed by a health care professional.

TRANSCEND's Enteric Coated Mega EPA/DHA contains 120 softgels per bottle.

TRANSCEND's Enteric Mega EPA/DHA is equally effective when taken with or without food. However, if your digestive system is sensitive, you may want to take your supplements with meals.


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