Krill Oil – The Superior Omega-3 Supplement

Your doctor probably told you to take a fish oil supplement. Why? Because fish oils contain Omega-3s, which have proven benefits for your brain, joints, cardiovascular system and just about every part of your body?

Our bodies can’t produce omega-3s so we have to get them from foods. But many fish sources contain toxins.

Krill oil is the most potent form of Omega-3s, from the purest, most unpolluted waters.

Krill are tiny shrimp found abundantly in cold oceans. The size of a paper clip, they’re packed with powerful nutrients. If the planet’s largest animal, the great blue whale, survives and thrives on krill, just imagine how it can support your health.

  1. Krill oil maintains your lipid profile including total cholesterol, LDL, triglycerides and (good) HDL. This keeps your heart healthy. It is also very useful for menstrual cramps.
  2. Krill oil has also been found to work wonders for other medical conditions as well (see below).
  3. Krill oil is much better than even the highest quality/grade of fish oil. Fish oil becomes oxidized and becomes rancid when exposed to air. This results in the loss of benefits of triglycerides present in fish oil because oxidation alters their molecular structure and renders them inactive. Meanwhile Krill Oil contains astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant, that does not allow oxidation and there are no rancidity issues.
  4. The astaxanthin present in krill oil also benefits us by detoxifying our body.
  5. Krill oil does not have those burping and bloating issues associated with fish oil either.
  6. Things get even better with krill oil because omega 3 fatty acids are linked together in different ways in fish oil and krill oil. The essential fatty acids in fish oil are linked in triglyceride form, whereas in krill oil these fatty acids are linked together in phospholipid form. All the cells in our body are surrounded by cell membranes made up of phospholipids. This eases the uptake of omega 3s by our body cells and increases the absorption of Omega 3s.
  7. Using fish products can expose you to a high degree of contamination with industrial pollutants and toxins like mercury, PCBs, heavy metals and radioactive poisons.
  8. In fact, the FDA and EPA have put out advisory health warnings against certain fish and shellfish consumption for young children, women who are pregnant or may become pregnant, and nursing mothers.
  9. This is not the case with Krills because they feed on tiny plants called phytoplanktons so they are generally regarded as much safer.
  10. Recently the American Heart Association altered its healthy heart dietary guidelines to recommend that foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids be consumed at least twice a week. According to the World Health Organisation omega-3 fatty acids are essential to optimal health and life.


  1. High Cholesterol (hyperlipidemia).
  2. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menstrual cramps.
  3. Arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.
  4. Cognitive function and memory improvement.
  5. Mood stabilizing – with antidepressant effects.
  6. Slowing down the ageing process.
  7. Anti-cancer effects.


  1. Charles

    Don’t forget to include Krill oils’ anti-diabetic properties. After a couple weeks on it, my blood test showed me, for the first time since diagnosis three years ago, that I was well below the 7.0 threshold of diabetes at 6.2. I will keep using this product and hopefully I can get to the 5.8 rating that indicates no threat from the disease!!!!!