Krill Oil 60 ct

$42.00

Research indicates krill oil may:

Calm and support balanced inflammatory pathways*
Promote healthy blood lipid levels*
Improve heart health*
Support vital brain function*
Provide premenstrual support*
Nourish skin and body*
What makes Krill Oil unique

Similar to fish oil Krill oil contains marine-source omega-3 fats and it also provides phospholipids and astaxanthin.

Omega-3 fatty acids (e.g. EPA and DHA) are dietary essential fats because they are not made efficiently in the human body but are necessary for biological processes; they must be consumed from diet or supplements.*

EPA and DHA reside in blood and cell membranes. They are precursors for hundreds of metabolic processes involved in managing and directing beneficial metabolism.*

Phospholipids (e.g. phosphatidylcholine) are also a type of healthy fat.

Phospholipids are part of the structural constituents of all cell membranes supporting proper functionality and communication inside and between cells throughout the body.*

Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment in krill; a natural antioxidant. Evidence indicates astaxanthin supports healthy liver function and skin.*

The phospholipids and omega-3 fats in krill oil promote superior absorption. The naturally occurring vitamins and antioxidants further support stability and utilization*.

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Research indicates krill oil may:

Calm and support balanced inflammatory pathways*
Promote healthy blood lipid levels*
Improve heart health*
Support vital brain function*
Provide premenstrual support*
Nourish skin and body*
What makes Krill Oil unique

Similar to fish oil Krill oil contains marine-source omega-3 fats and it also provides phospholipids and astaxanthin.

Omega-3 fatty acids (e.g. EPA and DHA) are dietary essential fats because they are not made efficiently in the human body but are necessary for biological processes; they must be consumed from diet or supplements.*

EPA and DHA reside in blood and cell membranes. They are precursors for hundreds of metabolic processes involved in managing and directing beneficial metabolism.*

Phospholipids (e.g. phosphatidylcholine) are also a type of healthy fat.

Phospholipids are part of the structural constituents of all cell membranes supporting proper functionality and communication inside and between cells throughout the body.*

Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment in krill; a natural antioxidant. Evidence indicates astaxanthin supports healthy liver function and skin.*

The phospholipids and omega-3 fats in krill oil promote superior absorption. The naturally occurring vitamins and antioxidants further support stability and utilization*.