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Nutritional Support of Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Health


Krill (Euphausia superba) is a small (shrimp-like) crustacean found in the colder waters of the ocean, which serves as an important daily food source for other animals in the ocean (like whales, seals, penguins, squid and fish).

The oil extracted from this tiny shellfish (like Krill Oil 500) contains   omega-3 fatty acids in such effective concentrations that it makes for a better source of heart, brain and joints health-beneficial nutritional supplement than standard fish oil.

Krill Oil 500 is considered a superior source of EPA and DHA because the polyunsaturated fats are packaged as phospholipids, which can be used almost immediately by your body. The phospholipid found in krill oil is easier for the body to use than fish oil because the majority of every cell membrane is made of phospholipids. The EPA and DHA in fish oil, on the other hand, are typically packaged as triglycerides and have to undergo additional processing in order to make them more bioavailable.

Krill Oil 500 is also more stable than fish oil because it includes Astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant, that protects cell membrane health as it prevents the fragile essential fats from oxidizing,

EFAs (essential fatty acids) are key to regulating our heartbeat, reducing inflammation and lowering triglyceride levels and even blood pressure.

Krill Oil 500 provides revitalizing essential fatty acids such as omega-3s DHA (for the brain) and EPA (for the heart and the joints). lt also contains naturally -occurring Astaxanthin, a potent antioxidant that works to protect our cell membranes against disease-causing free radicals.


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