“Omega-3 caviar,” a powerful anti-aging agent:
The oil extracted from Krill, a small cold sea shrimp, can provide a valuable aid to the optimal functioning of the brain and immune system.
It is now well known to help improve intellectual capacity, concentration and memory. (Barry Sears, 2002)
This complementary food rich in Omega 3 is very important because our body does not produce Omega 3. This oil is 100% pure and its Omega 3 DHA/EPA offers an amazing efficiency, much better than any other known fish oil.
What you always wanted to know about Krill:
The combination of the following three substances gives Krill oil unique properties:
- Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids in optimal proportions.
- phospholipids (an essential component of cell membranes) that promote brain activity
- powerful antioxidants, including astaxanthin, which contribute to a protective action on cells
In addition, the Omega 3 fatty acids contained in abundance in this oil are linked to phospholipids. As a result, they are good for the brain and in addition to an improvement in intellectual mood, the ability to concentrate can increase.
But the benefits of this oil do not stop there. The choline contained in this oil can help strengthen the memory.
The three types of phospholipids contained in Krill (phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylinositol, phosphatodylethanolamine) seem to help the brain function properly (Barry Sears, 2002). This may promote better control of muscle, memory, mood, sleep and heart.
But then again,…
The EPA and DHA molecules in Krill oil are bound to phospholipids, making Krill oil much more effective than fish oils.
People allergic to seafood may suffer allergic reactions when ingesting Krill oil. People suffering from blood problems or taking anticoagulant drugs should avoid high doses of supplements containing EPA and DHA.
In a clinical study, Krill oils, at recommended dosages, were found not to interfere with medications that control blood sugar levels in diabetics.