THESE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES BETWEEN KRILL OIL AND FISH OIL
After trying both products myself. I made the switch to Krill oil from fish oil for these various reasons.
First of all the Taste in Fish oils are often notorious for presenting a rather unfortunate aftertaste.
The much smaller gel tablets krill oil comes in are both easy to swallow and present little to no aftertaste at all.
Krill oil contains astaxanthin which is a powerful antioxidant that keeps the compound stable and prevents it from spoiling both in your stomach and in your pantry.
Krill Oil helps in the Neurological Development in unborn babies.
Mothers to be are often advised by their doctors to increase their omega-3 consumption to benefit the neurological development of their unborn babies. Since breastfeeding is one of the best ways to sustain an infant. Mothers are urged to take Omega-3 Krill oil supplements.
Krill oil offers a more pure form of Omega-3.
Unlike many fish oils Krill oil does not contain detectable levels of toxins like mercury.
This is because the position of krill in the oceans food chain as these tiny creatures feed only on phytoplankton which does not contain mercury.
Krill oil is more Sustainable
Weighing in at 500 million tons, tiny krill amount to the world’s most abundant single biomass.
Each year less than 1 % of the world’s total krill are taken and utilized for oil extraction and research purposes.
They are resulting in a uniquely abundant and sustainable source of omega-3.
The list of benefits is only an introduction of some of the many positive health benefits of krill oil.
Omega-3 remains the world’s most studied marine compound, with hundreds of thousands of studies returned little other than extremely reassuring findings.
Clara was born and grew up in Great Britain, and although she’s now happier with the weather in North Carolina where she resides with her partner, she does miss the ubiquitous teacakes. She graduated from a master’s in literature and worked for about 5 years at local news magazines as a reporter.