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Fish Oil Enteric Coated

$31.99 $15.99

Elevate your wellness routine with Match Point Wellness's Enteric-Coated Fish Oil supplement. Crafted for active adults and pickleball enthusiasts, our softgels are designed with an enteric coating to ensure easy digestion and optimal absorption. Rigorously third-party tested for purity, you can trust each softgel to meet our high-quality standards. With...

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Elevate your wellness routine with Match Point Wellness's Enteric-Coated Fish Oil supplement. Crafted for active adults and pickleball enthusiasts, our softgels are designed with an enteric coating to ensure easy digestion and optimal absorption. Rigorously third-party tested for purity, you can trust each softgel to meet our high-quality standards. With a Certificate of Analysis available for your peace of mind, our Enteric-Coated Fish Oil is a thoughtful addition to your daily supplement regimen, offering a convenient way to complement your active lifestyle.

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KEY BENEFITS

Supports a healthy gut

The enteric coating shields the softgel from the acidic environment of the stomach. After reaching the small intestine, the softgel is digested, and its fatty acids are released into the bloodstream and absorbed by the body. This eliminates a fishy flavour and odour, which is especially beneficial for people with sensitive palates.

Promotes natural bioavailability

Enteric coating may promote the bioavailability of the active ingredients in the softgels. The studies have looked at a variety of pharmaceutical oral dosage forms and delivery systems that are based on the merged use of enteric - coated and other methodologies that benefits the bioavailability of drugs that are administered orally. However, the pH levels in the digestive tract as well as the environment within the digestive tract may have an effect on the actual bioavailability, serum levels, and therapeutic action of these medications.

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Supports cardiovascular health and body metabolism

The omega-3 lipids in fish oil, in particular EPA may support cardiovascular health. EPA promotes normal, healthy blood circulation. The metabolism of cholesterol and triglycerides is helped to remain regular and healthy by EPA.

Supports Healthy Brain Function

The omega-3 lipids in fish oil, in particular EPA may support cardiovascular health. EPA promotes normal, healthy blood circulation. The metabolism of cholesterol and triglycerides is helped to remain regular and healthy by EPA."

KEY INGREDIENTS DESCRIPTION

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Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a fatty molecule that has a waxy consistency and can be found in all of the cells in your body. To produce hormones, vitamin D, and other compounds that are necessary for digestion, your body need a certain amount of cholesterol. Your body is capable of producing all of the cholesterol it requires. Egg yolks, beef, and cheese are examples of foods that come from animals and include cholesterol. Cholesterol can also be found in seafood [1]. Steinberg, D., Parthasarathy, S., Carew, T. E., Khoo, J. C., & Witztum, J. L. (1989). Beyond cholesterol. New England Journal of Medicine, 320(14), 915-924.

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EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid)

Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is type of omega-3 fatty acids that are present in cold-water fish such as tuna and salmon. EPA is the longer of the two omega-3 fatty acids. In addition to preventing the blood from easily clotting, reducing the amounts of triglycerides in the blood, and having actions that might lessen pain and swelling, EPA possesses these properties Bajpai, Pratima, and Pramod K. Bajpai. "Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) production from microorganisms: a review." Journal of biotechnology 30, no. 2 (1993): 161-183.

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DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid)

The ocular and nervous systems both benefit greatly from the presence of DHA throughout early stages of development. DHA has been shown to reduce the thickness of the blood, which in turn reduces swelling (infection), and it also lowers the amount of triglycerides in the blood, which further reduces the risk of heart and circulation illness. Narayan, Bhaskar, Kazuo Miyashita, and Masashi Hosakawa. "Physiological effects of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)—A review." Food Reviews International 22, no. 3 (2006): 291-307.