Others I know have mentioned that enteric coated fish oil gelcaps give you better absortion qualities that other formes of the gelcaps. Is this true or, just a marketing scheme?
16 Mar 2011
Sorry this question has not been answered earlier for you.
Enteric coated formulations release small amounts of drug into the body over long periods of time. The advantages of this means that dosing is less often (usually just once a day) and the response is usually better because an even amount of drug is getting into the blood stream. Side effects may also be reduced using a long acting formulation.
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