Antarctic Krill Oil Supplement
Omega 3 Antarctic krill oil capsules
When you compare products that contain wild krill oil sold by brand, the
purity of omega oils, together with sustainably of the source is
crucial, that's why the soft gels we sell only contain pure krill oil
from a reputable supplier, Aker Bio Marine,
their fish oils are sourced exclusively from sustainable
fisheries in the Antarctic.
Where do Krill Live?
The Antarctic krill lives in the coldest and most pristine waters on
earth, providing only high quality ingredients for
making our krill supplements. Aker Bio Marine
work with world wildlife foundation Norway to ensure
sustainable harvesting of this valuable deep sea marine creature.
Compare the difference between krill oil and omega 3 found in fish oils
Krill are a small shrimp-like crustaceans that are abundant in the
Antarctic sea, they are very nutritious and packed full of vitamins and
omegas. Great for maintaining joint health they are extremely
high in omega-3, EPA and DHA in comparison
with regular fish oil.
Its important that we get enough essential fatty acids from our diet as
the body cannot produce these naturally but they are vital for our
health. Recent research from scientific studies has concluded that the
ratio of essential fatty acids omega 3 content of krill oils
can be up to 48x more potent when compared with regular liquid
fish oils, so the equivalent amount of krill oil versus fish
oils required to get the same benefits is much less.
Krill oil is considered a better than fish oil because of astaxanthin
that protects perishable fats and the phospholipids found in krill that
increase the omega-3 fats absorption.
Nova supplies one of the top brands you wont find on
the high street, other cheaper capsules are no
substitute for our krill 500mg capsules.
Cheaper supplements may well be mixed with other oils and not sourced
from sustainable fisheries.
Fish oil vs krill oil what's the difference between them?
300 times greater vitamins A & E
than regular fish oils
Provide 30 times greater Co Q-10
than regular fish oils
A natural source of omega 3, Phospholipids (PLFA) and
vitamin A, D and E
Are a natural source of astaxanthin a powerful antioxidant
Beneficial for arthritis and joint health its packed
full of omega 3
Contains a potent amount of natural choline promotes joint
health and shown to reduce stress
Raise good cholesterol (HDL) by up to 44%
and reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) by up to 34%
May assist neural development and mental alertness and combat ADHD in
In fish oil, omega 3 fatty acids are found in the triglyceride form, in
krill oil, they are joined in a phospholipid structure.
Scientific studies and research suggest the main
benefits are due to the phospholipid structure, it
makes the oils highly absorbent, and as such they can
rapidly penetrate cellular nucleus.
Phospholipids (PLFA) molecules that play a very important roll in cell
communication as well as helping to maintain a healthy heart,
liver and brain.
This supplement may also be of benefit to people who want to maintain a
healthy heart and cardiovascular system, omega 3 is thought to support
brain function, support healthy vision, lubricate joints to help you
stay supple as you age and improve skin tone.
Ingredients in Krill Oil Supplement
|Antarctic krill oil|
|Total Omega 3 Fatty Acids|
|- of which DHA|
|- of which EPA|
|Contains no added stabilisers or additives|
|Marine Gel Capsule (Non Bovine Gelatine)|
|Side effect free and safe for long term use|
Taking the correct daily dosage
Take 1 to 3 soft gel cap per day depending upon
requirements, there is no recommended daily intake, however krill
supplements are generally tolerated at high doses.
One of the benefits of taking this supplement are that fish based
alternatives are perishable and can go rancid quite quickly, because of
the antioxidants in found in this product it does not oxidise so easily
it can stay fresher for longer.
Caution and health warnings
Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans or people who
suffer from shell fish allergies as this product
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: there is not enough data or research about
the effects of taking this supplement whilst pregnant and if
breast-feeding so it is best to seek medical advice.
Should I take krill oil or fish oil?
Consult with your GP if you are taking blood-thinning drugs as it may
cause adverse interactions when combined with this supplement.
Take this product as part of an overall healthy eating regime, it is not
intended to be a replacement for a normal healthy diet.