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This information is not to be construed as medical advice. Consult a physician before using using any vitamins or supplements.
I’ve been trying to eat healthier over the last few years and I’ve been able to lose 60+ pounds and keep it off. Part of eating healthier includes vitamins and supplements because there are some foods that I prefer not to eat. I’ve never been a fan of seafood, but by taking Krill Oil I’m able to replace some of the nutrients that I’m missing.
One of the nutrients that is found in Krill Oil is Omega 3 fatty acids, which are reported by WebMD to boost heart health and reduce triglycerides. One of the reasons I’m picky about the kinds of supplements I take is I don’t like the dreaded “fish burp.” I was pleasantly surpised that after using Krill Oil for two weeks, that I don’t get that dreaded “fish burp.”
Everest Nutrition reports that their Krill Oil contains a rich supply of astaxanthin, a red pigment found in aquatic livestock such as krill, shrimp, lobster, mussel, crab and other seafood sources. Astaxanthin is known as a very powerful anti-oxidant which can help rid the body of free radicals that contribute to various diseases and illnesses. Astaxanthin is also known for its anti-aging capabilities.
My thoughts about Krill Oil
Well, I love that I don’t get the “fish burp.” Even better than that, I’ve become more focused over the last two weeks. I’m able to concentrate better, instead of being a little scattered. I have high triglycerides, so I’m interested to see the change when I go to my doctor to have my annual physical and blood tests. I’m going to continue taking Krill Oil over the next few months and I’ll let you know how it goes.