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Krill Oil 1000mg NON-GMO Formula (120 Softgels)

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  • Krill Oil 1000mg NON-GMO Formula (120 Softgels)
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Description

Krill oil is extracted from Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), a small shellfish similar to shrimp. It is high in protein and low in saturated fat. Krill oil is a sustainable source of omega-3s. The fat content of krill oil ranges from 12 to 50% of its total weight. In whole krill, omega-3s (primarily EPA and DHA) are 19% of its total fat. The phospholipids (fats with a phosphate group) in krill oil protect membranes from free radicals and prevent cell damage.

Benefits:*

  • May prevent obesity.
  • May lower cholesterol levels.
  • Helps reduce inflammation.
  • Helps reduce joint pain.
  • Omega 3s help protect the brain.
  • Increases brain DHA levels and lowers depression-like behaviors.
  • Helps reduce insulin resistance and glucose levels.
  • In a trial (DB-RCT) of 54 participants, krill oil reduced dry eye symptoms, inflammation, and eye redness.
  • Helps lower PMS symptoms such as mood swings, and fatigue.
  • Manufactured in the US.
  • Risk-free 30 day money back guarantee.

Krill Oil vs Fish Oil:*

The Body Absorbs More Fatty Acids from Krill than Fish Oil
Krill oil provides the body with more EPA and DHA than fish oil. In two studies of healthy volunteers (115 and 12 participants), the krill oil group absorbed more EPA than the fish oil group. However, DHA absorption was the same. In contrast to fish oil, krill oil contains free (not bound) DHA and EPA, making them more available for the body to use.

Krill Oil Has Stronger Effects than Fish Oil
In mice, krill oil decreased arachidonic acid (an indicator of inflammation), fatty acid production, and increased insulin sensitivity more than fish oil.
Krill oil also breaks down more fats in mice by blocking enzymes that promote fat creation.

Krill Oil Contains More Nutrients than Fish Oil
The EPA and DHA in krill oil are in the form of phospholipids (fats with a phosphate group), while in fish oil, they are in the form of triglycerides. Phospholipids enhance omega-3 absorption but triglycerides do not. Additionally, the phospholipids in krill oil protect membranes from free radicals and prevent cell damage. Krill oil also uniquely contains the antioxidant astaxanthin, a pigment that protects the unsaturated bonds in EPA and DHA from oxidative damage.

Other Differences

  • People commonly complain about the large size of fish oil capsules. Krill oil capsules are smaller and more suitable for people with difficulty swallowing.
  • Additionally, the major concern of fish oil is its mercury content. Krill oil is believed to be free of pollutants, toxins, and mercury because krills are found deep in the ocean.
  • Krill oil is more expensive than fish oil because it must be immediately processed to prevent spoiling.
  • Given this risk of spoiling, krill oil quality might not be as good as prescription fish oil.

How To Use:

Take 2 softgels daily preferably with a meal, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

 

Safety Warning:

Those patients with identified health conditions should be aware that current prescription medication may interact with dietary supplements, and they should consult their doctor before start using the product.

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drugs Administration. 

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