Krill Health Supplements

Krill Oil

 

Other Names:

Aceite de Krill, Acides Gras Oméga 3, Acide Docosahexaénoïque, Acides Gras N-3, Acides Gras W3, Concentré de Protéines Marines, Acides Gras Polyinsaturés, Antarctic Krill Oil.

Origin:

Colder waters of the oceans especially in the oceans of Canada, Antarctica, and Japan.

 

Health Benefits:

Krill oil comprises DHA and EPA, the same omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil, usually in smaller amounts. Unfortunately, the effects of krill oil have not been as extensively researched as those of fish oil. But according to some preliminary studies, krill oil could be superior to fish oil in many ways. Krill oil might be better absorbed in the body as compared to the fish oil.

Krill is an excellent source of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. It can be useful to treat depression, heart diseases and also helps to prevent cancer. The regular supplementation of Krill is beneficial in order to reduces pain, stiffness, and functional impairment. It is also supportive to treat arthritis because it acts as a resistance in development of arthritis. Furthermore, it helps in weight loss by blocking the endocannabinoid (EC) pathway that controls appetite.

Good news for those with high cholesterol problems, the doses of this amazing supplement are beneficial in order to decreases total cholesterol level by 13-18% as compared to placebo and fish oil. As well as, it also helps to prevent excessive inflammation and oxidative damage.

Side Effects:

Krill oil is likely safe for most adults when taken by mouth appropriately for a short period of time (i.e. up to three months). As mentioned above, there are not as much extensive researches have been conducted for this oil it has not adequately evaluated its safety or possible side effects that may occur. However, it is possible that krill oil may cause some mild side effects similar to fish oil that includes bad breath, upset stomach, heartburn, fishy taste, nausea, and loose stools etc.

Warnings and Special Precautions

Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women:

Not enough evidence are present about the use of krill oil during pregnancy as well as breastfeeding. But to be on safe side,  avoid the use of krill oil or better to recommend your healthcare provider before taking these supplements.

Sea Food Allergic People:

People who are allergic of seafood may also be allergic to krill oil supplements as well. There is no enough reliable information to show how likely people with seafood allergy are to have an allergic reaction to this oil; however, until more is known, it is recommended to avoid using this oil or use it cautiously if you have a seafood allergy.

Disclaimer

Honest to our claim, we manufactured this product with 100 % natural ingredients to keep you far away from any side effects. Click here to visit our benefits chart for more details.

All supplements available on our blog are from organic sources; do seek medical advice from your doctor in case of any ongoing medical issues. Always seek advice from your doctor before taking these supplements.

The company is not responsible for any medical issues as a direct or indirect result of taking these supplements.

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