Ethyl Esters vs Triglycerides – Simply A Molecular Difference?


May 9, 2017

A high-quality fish oil is not by accident. Additional processes which bring a better product to consumers but add to costs are often by-passed by manufacturers.

Here’s why not all fish oils are made equal.

 

Fish oil supplements sold globally are either molecularly in the form of Ethyl Esters or Triglycerides, with the vast majority made as Ethyl Esters. This difference in molecular structure determines the amount a fish oil is absorbed and utilized in our bodies:

 

Re-esterified Triglycerides fish oils are superior to the more common Ethyl Esters fish oils in absorption and utilization in the body.

All WHC fish oils are as Re-esterified Triglycerides to give you optimal absorption and utilization in the body.





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