|Fish Oil vs Krill Oil|
I have never heard of Krill Oil until I was contacted a few months ago. At the age of 36, I never thought I would have to worry about my cholesterol…I mean I don’t eat out that often, I try to eat a healthy diet, try to exercise (but we all know that trying and doing are two different things), etc. But low and behold, last year my doctor told me my cholesterol was TOO HIGH! I have been taking 1000mg of fish oil twice a day and after 6 months my cholesterol is still high, so my doctor doubled my dose. I now have to take 2000mg twice a day. Well, Krill Oil sent me 2 bottles to sample. I am now taking 1 fish oil pill + 1 krill oil pill twice a day. I’ll be going in next week to check my cholesterol, let’s hope the Krill Oil helps!
Why choose Krill Oil? For cholesterol both fish oil & krill oil are really good, but krill oil is better. Of course it depends on the brand (because we all know that quality is better than quantity). Different brands include different levels of Omega 3. this brand of Krill Oil is high in Omega 3 and it’s more powerful than most fish oils. I was also told that with Krill Oil you don’t get the fishy burps that you get with fish oil (you laugh, but fishy burps are embarrassing).
Krill Oil is the oil harvested from antarctic krill, a shrimp like crustacean that lives deep in the ocean. Scientists and doctors have discovered that ingesting this oil can have amazing affects on your body including a stronger heart, pain-free joints, a better mood, lower cholesterol, easier menstruation and overall better health.
Krill oil is a miraculous discovery from the deep pure waters of Antarctica that literally beats the pants off fish oil. When tested head to head by an independent laboratory our Krill oil was found to be 54x more powerful in antioxidant activity than fish oil!
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