Avocado oil containing unsaturated fatty acid useful for health
Standard Retail Price ¥4,500(excluding tax)
75g (750mg100capsules)
MIKI ECKO37 is a Healthful Food Supplement with oils, extracted from the flesh of avocado called “Butter Pear” as a main one added with ones from seeds of herbs named flax seeds and borage grass, encapsulated in vegetable capsules.
Taking vegetable fat (mainly unsaturated fatty acid) into daily eating habit is important for a person of today who is apt to take much animal fat.
To lead a healthy daily life:
Balance of the quality of fats to take has recently been regarded as important, and ‘n-6 fatty acid’ and ‘n-3 fatty acid,’ essential fatty acids that cannot be created in the body, have attracted attention. MIKI ECKO37 contains unsaturated fatty acids important for the body such as from oleic acid to linoleic acid and γ-linolenic acid of n-6 fatty acid, α-linolenic acid of n-3 fatty acid etc. MIKI ECKO37 containing unsaturated fatty acid also contains Vitamin E drawing attention for its anti-oxidant action and various Vitamins.
Vegetable Capsules the particular of MIKI
A vegetable capsule is highly absorbent and its film is weak, but MIKI, as the result of its years of research, has cleared such problems as above and has been delivering stable products.

Nutrition Facts (per 20capsules (15g))

Calories 108kcal
Protein 0g
Total fat 10g
‐Saturated fat 1.4g
‐Trans fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
Total carbohydrate 4.5g
Salt equivalent 0.08g
Vitamin E 140.4mg
Unsaturated fat 8.6g


Avocado oil, Starch, Flaxseed oil, Borage oil, Yeast extract, Aloe extract, Flaxseed extract, Broccoli sprout extract
Glycerine, Red alga extract, Vitamin E, Algae carotene, Marigold, (Contains traces of soybean.)

Net weight

75g (750mg×100capsules)


Keep away from direct sunlight and places with high temperature and humidity.

No artificial colorants or preservatives are used.


Oleic acid, Linoleic acid, γ-Linolenic acid, α-Linolenic acid, Carotene, Vitamin B2・E, Niacin, Calcium, Potassium

Food of Inca Kings
Avocado seeds were found in the graves of late 13th century Inca Kings, together with many other historic discoveries. Hundreds of years ago, in the period of the Inca Empire, Avocado was cultivated as an important food. Later, when the Spanish conquered the Incas and Aztecs, they discovered Avocado and spread it around the world.
Recognized by Guinness as Nutrition Champion
Avocado, with its original taste, is a great ingredient for salads and sushi. Since these dishes are also healthy, they enjoy a growing popularity. Its nutritional value has been recognized by the Guinness Book of Records, which lists Avocado as the most nutritious fruit in the world!
A healthful food is made by adding oil extracted from Flaxseed and Borage to oil extracted from the flesh of Avocado.
Can be eaten by itself or used in cooking.
Easy to eat and convenient to carry.
Contains Unsaturated Fatty Acids and a variety of Vitamins and Minerals.
Below 15, the oil may become partially clouded, but this does not affect the quality of the product.