Why krill oil

As shown, Krill oil mixes with water, while normal fish oil remains lying on the surface. This affects regurgitation and aftertaste, as well as the absorption of the active ingredients of the body.

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More info about krill oil capsules

  • As a sustainable source of Omega-3 fatty acids, it has two special benefits that clearly distinguish it from other omega-3 sources:
    • Its Omega 3 fatty acids are in phospholipid form
    • The presence of astaxanthin.
  • Krill Omega 3 phospholipid normally produces less aftertaste of fish.
  • Krill oil has a better taste of omega-3 phospholipids compared to Omega-3 triglycerides. For many consumers who want to increase omega 3 fatty acids in their diet but react to fish oil, krill oil can be a very good option. Krill oil is mixed with the contents of the stomach, so that unwanted regurgitation is reduced to a minimum. Phospholipids are also taken up in the body more easily, because it does not have to go through the liver first to be broken down and taken up in the body.
  • Increased EPA and DHA plasma levels with Superba Krill Oil phospholipid.
  • Krill Omega 3 phospholipids increase the bioavailability of tissue cells in the heart, eyes, lymph, liver, nyrer, and more.
  • Krill Oil is a 10 times more effective source of marine omega-3 fatty acids than fish oil.