Nordic Naturals launches EPA Elite

Nordic Naturals launches EPA Elite

Targeted support in one of the most powerful EPA-only concentrates available without a prescription.

Nordic Naturals, the leading manufacturer of omega-3 supplements, now offers EPA Elite™, the most powerful EPA-only concentrates available without a prescription. With 1,600 mg of the omega-3 eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) in each serving, EPA Elite provides high intensity, therapeutic support for healthy triglyceride levels and heart health, while promoting key anti-inflammatory pathways.

EPA Elite is an EPA-only formula that contains a similar dose of fish oil to a much-studied ethyl-ester EPA formulation. This dose of EPA has been demonstrated in clinical studies to be beneficial in supporting cardiovascular health. EPA Elite differs from the study product in that it is formulated in the more bioavailable triglyceride form.

EPA is an omega-3 essential fatty acid that is required for optimal health, but cannot be produced by the body. Fish oil is considered one of the best sources of the essential fatty acids EPA and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). While most fish oil products contain both EPA and DHA, research shows therapeutic benefits from an EPA-only formula, particularly for supporting normal triglyceride levels and heart health.

“Research has confirmed that concentrated EPA, in the absence of DHA, is very beneficial for heart health, specifically for lowering triglyceride levels,” said Keri Marshall, MS, ND, and Nordic Naturals chief medical officer. “Research consistently shows that omega-3s manufactured in the triglyceride form are better absorbed than products in the ethyl ester form.”

Since 1995, Nordic Naturals has been an industry leader in shaping standards for fish oil purity, freshness, taste, and efficacy. The company is committed to innovation in order to meet personalized nutritional needs. “It is our goal to create products that fulfill many objectives for our customers, while taking into consideration everyone’s unique nutritional and health needs,” added Dr. Marshall.


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