Natural support for the health of your brain, heart, and more.
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Krill oil is a natural way to get the nutrients your body needs. Not to mention, it tastes better than fish oil. You won’t want to go back after incorporating krill oil into your diet.
- Omega-3s for your brain and heart
- Phospholipids that facilitate Omega-3 absorption
- Includes naturally-occurring antioxidant astaxanthin to support every aspect of your health
Why Krill Oil?
The main component in krill oil is Omega 3, which reduces triglyceride levels. Triglycerides are lipids, a type of fat found in your blood. High triglyceride levels can thicken artery walls, which can increase the risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Help your heart by including Omega-3s from Krill Oil in your diet.
Can taking Krill Oil really make you smarter? Omega-3 is a fatty acid abundant in the cell membranes in your brain and ease communication between cells. They are also an anti-inflammatory and protect brain cells from degenerative disorders and “brain shrinkage” as you age. Your brain will thank you for taking krill oil.
As an anti-inflammatory, Omega-3 can also relieve pain in the gut and joints. It is also a natural lubricant for painful joint rubbing. And finally, krill oil’s naturally-occurring antioxidant astaxanthin fights free radicals that can cause damage to your molecules. Don’t wait to ease joint pain and fortify your cells – start using Krill Oil today.
- Reduced risk of heart disease
- Healthy brain cells
- Relieved joint pain
- Reduced inflammation in the gut
- Increased antioxidant levels
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take two (1) softgels once a day. For best results take 20-30 minutes before a meal with an 8oz. glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Krill Oil different than Fish Oil?
Krill oil stores omega-3 as phospholipids while fish oil stores its Omega-3 as triglycerides. Phospholipids are easier for your body to absorb.
These phospholipids mix well with water; triglycerides do not. When you take fish oil, it rests at the top of your stomach and gives you those fishy burps and aftertaste. With krill oil, you don’t have to worry about that!
Krill oil contains natural astaxanthin which is a powerful antioxidant. These fight molecules called free radicals, which can do damage to other molecules. That is why it is important to keep antioxidants in your diet, and astaxanthin is especially powerful.
How should I use Krill Oil?
You will always benefit from taking krill oil because of its Omega-3s, antioxidants, and fatty acids, no matter your age or circumstance. Take 1 soft gel a day 20-30 minutes before a meal with water or as directed by your doctor.
Krill oil is especially beneficial for pregnant and nursing mothers. The fatty acids it contains are vital in child brain development. Take krill oil to help your child grow with all the nutrients he or she needs.
What are the side effects of using Krill Oil?
When taken as directed, you usually won’t see any side effects. As with all supplements we recommend you discuss use with your healthcare provider before starting out. Avoid use if you have a shellfish allergy.