Another Source of Vitamin D: Krill Oil

January 8, 2019

If you’re trying to keep your Vitamin D levels up this winter, remember to take your krill oil. While the main reason to take krill oil is for Omega-3 fatty acids, it’s also a great source of antioxidants, including Vitamin D. Support heart, eyes, brain, mood, and more this winter with Deep Ocean Krill Oil.

You might be more familiar with fish oil. Fish oil has been touted for decades as a much needed source of the fatty acid Omega-3. Our brains, hearts, eyes, joints and more need and benefit from Omega-3 fatty acids. Now, we have a better source for it than fish oil. Krill oil is more environmentally sustainable, easier to digest, and has more antioxidants (stronger ones, too). Because of the antioxidants, krill oil stays fresh naturally and requires less processing, no preservatives, and no additives.  Because it’s at the bottom of the food chain, krill oil naturally doesn’t have the issues with mercury and other contaminates that fish oil does.

What other antioxidants does krill oil have? Deep Ocean Krill Oil has astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant to support your body against oxidizing free radicals. Krill oil also has Vitamin A and E, so in addition to health support your hair and nails will look stronger and healthier.

Everybody can benefit from krill oil. Because of the mercury and other toxins in fish, it’s generally only recommended you eat it once a week, but you can take krill oil daily. If you have a shellfish allergy, talk to your doctor before taking krill oil (some people aren’t allergic to the oil, but only a doctor can advise and supervise).

Boost your mood with more Vitamin D this winter, make sure you’re taking Deep Ocean Krill Oil.

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