Omega-3 is Good for Your Heart

October 8, 2019

Fish can be a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids—if you’re not worried about mercury and other toxins, how fresh it is (depending on where you live), cost, or the environment. Omega-3 fatty acids are too important for the brain, eyes, heart, and more to skimp, but it can be hard to get enough in our diet from a healthy source! Luckily, you can get your Omega-3s from krill oil.

Krill oil is a better source of Omega-3 fatty acids. It’s easier to digest, which means it’s gentler on the tummy and doesn’t produce fishy smelling burps while being easier for your body to use.

Krill oil naturally stays fresh longer and better than fish oil, partly due to the superior way it’s harvested and partly due to naturally having the super antioxidant astaxanthin. By comparison, fish oil requires additives to stay fresh.

You can feel good about how Deep Ocean Krill Oil is sustainably harvested, a process overseen by WWF Norway. 

Because it’s the bottom of the food chain, krill naturally lack the toxins that fish accumulate by the time they’re large enough to turn into fish oil.

Research is strong that Omega-3 fatty acids are important to our health—make sure you’re getting them from a source that doesn’t undermine your health with toxins from environmental pollution, additives, and more by choosing krill oil. When you feel good about the source, you can feel good about adding it to your diet and regularly receiving the essential health benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids!

Deep Ocean Krill Oil is a safer, healthier way to get all the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids.

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