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Krill Oil - Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are superior to fish oil
Krill Oil - Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are superior to fish oil
Krill Oil - Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are superior to fish oil
Krill Oil - Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are superior to fish oil
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Krill Oil - Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are superior to fish oil

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Krill means "whale food" in Norwegian. Decisive for the good absorption and utilization of krill oil is its binding to phospholipids, as they also occur in the human cell membrane. Our high-quality Krill Oil Premium contains the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA in an optimal ratio. A special quality feature of krill oil is its dark red color - an indication of the high content of natural astaxanthin, caused by the deep red dye of the crustaceans. It is a powerful antioxidant. Due to the high proportion of phospholipids, our Krill Oil Premium is free of fishy taste, immediately absorbable and effective even in small quantities. This protects your vessels and effectively prevents inflammation.

Health claims according to the European Health Claims Regulation

Positive effect on the heart function
The positive effect on the heart function occurs with a daily intake of a total of 240 mg EPA and DHA.

Effect on eyesight
50 mg docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) helps maintain normal eyesight.

Effects on brain function
50 mg docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) helps maintain normal brain function.

Effect on the development of the eyes of the fetus and breastfed child.
Maternal intake of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) during pregnancy and lactation contributes to the normal development of the eyes of the fetus and the breastfed child.

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