Kirkland Signature Enteric Coated Fish Oil Omega 3 1200 MG Fish Oil, 684 MG of Omega 3 Fatty Acids, 180 softgels


Kirkland Signature Fish Oil supply comes from deep ocean waters. Our fish oil is not supplied from farm-raised fish. State-of-the-art molecular distillation is used to remove PCBs and dioxins which guarantees purity and potency. Mercury levels are undetectable, less than 0.1 parts per million. Helps maintain and support heart and vascular health. Enteric Coating reduces fishy odor and after taste.

$ 10.21

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  1. Makakio "Maka" says
    193 of 196 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EPA & DHA NUMBERS, July 19, 2010
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    Makakio “Maka” (Scotts Valley, CA United States) –

    Doing research on a prescription pill called Lovaza as an alternative to this. I called Costco, spoke with their pharmacy for this supplement they quoted:

    EPA 410mg per
    DHA 274mg per

    Compared to the wonder drug (for high-tri problems) Lovaza:

    EPA 465mg per
    DHA 375mg per

    So you’re getting a little less EPA and considerably less DHA compared to the prescription fish oil pill. But for me (and I’d assume most people who have pharmacy copays and/or deductibles), the cost of taking one additional supplement capsule per day is ultimately FAR less expensive than going prescription.

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  2. 65 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Enteric coating works!, December 4, 2006
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    Kat A.

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    I’d had to discontinue my use of regular fish oil capsules because they gave me not only the dreaded “fish belch” but also heartburn/indigestion. I’ve been taking this brand of enteric coated caps for several days now and have had no problems whatsoever. Shipping was quick, packaging was good. Very satisfied!

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  3. 76 of 81 people found the following review helpful
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    Results are in: These _work_, August 25, 2009
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    Banan Tarr (Alaska, USA) –
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    I take regular blood tests as a factor of my employment. In the past, I’ve had high cholesterol and triglycerides. Three months ago I decided to start taking daily fish oil supplements. Two months ago I picked up this particular kind. A month ago I started taking two of these per day, based on the fact that a coworker told me about his daily intake as directed by a doctor.

    So, what was the result so far?

    My triglycerides dropped over 30% in 3 months!
    My overall cholesterol dropped, while at the same time my good cholesterol went up.

    And these are the medically measurable results. Other things I’ve noticed:

    My mood has improved dramatically. It takes a lot to break me out of a good mood now.
    My hair and skin both look and feel much healthier.
    I seem to have slightly lower blood pressure as well, but I can’t be sure.

    So, long story short: For me, these just plain _work_. And there is zero fishy aftertaste or burping. The price is right as well. You have nothing to lose, just beware of the warning labels as with all supplements.

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