Krill Oil and Heart Health - Krill Oil vs Fish Oil
Posted Jun 07 2011 6:00pm
What do you get when you choose Krill Oil instead of ordinary Fish Oil supplements?
No Unpleasant Aftertastes or Annoying Fish Burps
Many people who've taken fish oil supplements complain of a fishy aftertaste (a.k.a fish breath), gas or fish burp, upset stomach and diarrhea. Thanks to Everest Nutrition Krill Oil you don't have to worry about any of these embarrassing side effects. The same can't be said for even the "top-of-the line" fish oil supplement.
Our krill oil is arguably the best source of Omega 3 fatty acids. It contains a rich supply of EPA and DHA –even more abundant than fish oil! To add, the Omega 3s in fish oil are found in triglyceride form whereas in krill oil the Omega 3s are linked in phospholipid form which is the same structure as the fat cells in the human body. This makes absorption faster and easier since there are no conversions to be made unlike fish oil.
A More Powerful Antioxidant…54x More Powerful Than Fish Oil!
Everest Nutrition Krill Oil is a good source of vitamins E, A and D along with astaxanthin, a highly effective anti-oxidant which protects the body from free radicals and cell damage. Even better, astaxanthin has a unique ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and combat toxins that lead to cognitive decline! Independent labs confirm our krill oil contains 54x more antioxidant power than fish oil.
Our krill is harvested in its natural environment – Antarctica – arguably the cleanest and clearest waters in the world! Everest Nutrition Krill Oil is virtually free of pesticides, mercury, chemicals and other toxins that you'll often find with fish oil.
Numerous tests and studies from around the world report that krill oil surpasses fish oil when it comes to effectiveness. Krill oil produces superior results over fish oil in improving PMS symptoms, maintaining cardiovascular health, relieving inflammation and improving cognitive function along with a slew of other benefits.