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Cod Liver Oil Emul Sftgel 100 Cap 1 By Twinlab

$7.99

Cod Liver Oil Emul Sftgel 100 Cap 1 By Twinlab Item No.:S20480-0

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Product Details:

Emulsified Norwegian Cod Liver Oil softgels were developed for people who have difficulty digesting oil and for those who could never tolerate the taste of cod liver oil. Only a pure special blend of natural lecithin and apple pectin is used to help reduce and dispense (emulsify) the natural oil globules of the cod liver oil into millions of tiny droplets making the natural vitamins A and D, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and natural occurring nutrients in the cod liver oil more readily available to the digestive system.


Ingredients:
The first natural, emulsified, water-dispersed cod liver oil ever produced. This product was developed for people who have difficulty digesting oil and for those who could never tolerate the taste of cod liver oil. This is the most easily digested and finest tasting cod liver oil available. A pure, special blend of natural lecithin and apple pectin is used to help mechanically (not chemically) reduce and disperse (emulsify) the natural oil globules of the cod liver oil into millions of tiny droplets, making the vitamins A & D, polyunsaturated fatty acids and naturally occurring nutrients in the cod liver oil more readily available to the digestive system. Also available in mint and orange flavors.Ingredients: Emulsified Vitamin A, Emulsified Vitamin D, Emulsified EPA,Emulsified DHA, Fortified with OxyGuard (a synergistic antioxidant mixture) and sealed free of air (nitrogen flushed) to prevent oxidation and rancidity. Ingredients Updated: 5/1/2002