"The essential polyunsaturated fatty acid eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) belongs to the omega-3 fatty acids and is mainly found in fat from seafood. EPA is a precursor of hormone-like, local signalling substances: the eicosanoids. EPA and it?s metabolites support health in a manner of ways. They are beneficial for the cardiovascular system and the immune system and help keep the joints supple. Sufficient EPA is also important for a good memory and mood."