Another Reason to Love Krill Oil

March 14, 2017

Omega-3s do more than support your heart (although research shows they’re very good at that). They support your eye health, brain, and more. According to new research, they may even help balance out the inflammatory effect of air pollution.

A popular source for omega-3 fatty acids is fish oil. A better source, though? Krill oil.

Many Americans add an omega-3 supplement to their diet to help improve their nutrition (the average American diet is super high in inflammatory foods and low in anti-inflammatory foods, Omega-3 in particular). In fact, many are told they need to take it.

Fish oil is a common way to get more omega-3s, but it comes with some downsides. Most brands don’t filter out pollutants like mercury (and fish oil comes from larger, fattier fish higher up in the food chain that have accumulated more). Fish oil isn’t super easy to digest, and that’s often evidenced by fishy burps. And fish oil isn’t super sustainable.

By comparison, krill oil is at the bottom of the food chain. That means it is of a much higher purity than fish oil (and Deep Ocean Krill Oil is sourced from pure arctic waters, adding another layer of purity). Krill reproduces quickly, is incredibly abundant, and the krill in Deep Ocean Krill Oil is sustainably harvested, so it’s a better choice for the environment than fish oil. And if you don’t like fishy burps or just want things to go easier on your tummy, than picking krill oil over fish oil is going to get you a better time. One last benefit: the deep red of krill oil comes from the powerful antioxidant Astaxanthin, which not only benefits you, but keeps it fresh without additives.

Get all the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids into your every day, and do it a better way: with the advantages of Deep Ocean Krill Oil.

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