Kriella krill oil
If the krill oil challenged the fish oil respectively its certain food supplement agent content or effective mechanism to compete then it would end on top levels. The krill oil is the new generation of the Omega-3 fatty acids. It has won by a “body-length” compared to the fish-oil!
The krill is a Norwegian word, when translated to Hungarian, we do not get a poetic meaning, but the essence is different.
Krill = eaten by the whales.
The krills are tiny crustaceans, living mostly in the Antarctica’s icy, “virgin” waters. Their huge schools are consuming the phyto-planktons that stand at the base of the food chain. This assures that the “diet” of the krill does not contain any environment-polluting substance that is created by humans.
One of the most indispensable substances for our body is the Omega-3 fatty acid, one of the dry components of our brain. Well the krill oil is most effective Omega-3 base. We are happy about its discovery because it “behaves” in a unique way due to the grand anti-oxidising capacity. The krill oil contains the so-called astaxanthin-based anti-oxidisers, the A and E vitamins, the flavonoids that are beneficial to our health.
The anti-oxidising effects of the Krill-oil:
The anti-oxidants – together with the Omega-3 fatty acids – are building into the cell membranes of the new 10 million cells! / second, increasing its stability, fighting back the energy-robbing attacks of the free radicals – preventing the premature cell death and the distortion of the inheriting information coded in the nucleus. The krill oil helps in creating stable and effective cell membranes, this is especially important since the cell functioning is the base of everything!
(A small detour: the free radicals are instable, short-life molecules with rather high reaction capacity for the stabilisation there is need for another electron. It is able to attract, to take up this „single” electron from any cell of our body if nothing is stopping it. The anti-oxidants are the “barriers” that sacrifice their electrons, saving many whole molecules.
The krill oil helps a lot in the following cases:
- protecting against environmental harms (exposure to sunlight, smoking, stress, medication, chronic diseases that are usually accompanied by the production of free radicals)
- preventing the cancerous processes
- slowing the ageing
- protection of the arteries
- in preventing the thrombosis (it hinders the sticking of the blood platelets)
- they are correcting the fat-metabolism (decreasing the Triglyceride, LDL and VDL level)
- in preventing, mitigating the inflammation processes
- hindering the effects of allergens
I would like to draw your attention to the cholesterol-reducing effect of the krill oil. The cholesterol is affecting the arteries badly (few people know it) when it is oxidising. Since the cholesterol is a potential bait for the free-radicals, the oxidising needs to be stopped.
The Omega-3 fatty acid of the krill oil is the enemy of degenerative illnesses, such as the rheumatism, arthritis, neurodermitis, allergies, orbus Crohn, psoriasis, cancer, sclerosis multiplex and other autoimmune diseases.
The good Omega-6 / Omega-3 ratio of the body is very important! Sportsmen who consume a lot of proteins can obtain the most optimal ratio with the krill oil.
Krill Oil Contains:
Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA)
The same that can be found in cold water fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring and sardines. It cannot be synthesized in the body; therefore, regular intake of Omega-3 is essential. Benefits of Omega-3 include reduced risk and improved treatment outcomes as regards cardiovascular disease and inflammatory joint diseases. Additional benefits are better brain and central nervous system development, improved cognitive functioning as well as improved skin health.
In krill oil, Omega-3 is in the form of phospholipids or specialized fat molecules, which allows human body to better absorb and utilize it, as opposed to fish oil, where Omega-3 is bound to triglycerides which are less absorbed by human body.
One of the most powerful antioxidants. It is the red pigment present in some of the seafood, including lobster, salmon, shrimp and crayfish. Krill acquire it from phytoplankton (algae) they feed on. Astaxanthin gives krill oil its red colour and allows it to stay fresh longer and retain its positive qualities. It is 400 times more effective than vitamin E and 25 times more effective than carotene. Antioxidants such as astaxanthin slow or eliminate the process of oxidation in the human body. Moreover, it has the potential to neutralize DNA-damaging free radicals.
Dosage: 2x1 capsules a day
Ingredients: 2 softgels
- of which: Phospholipids 450 mg - of which: Omega-3 Phospholipids 70%
- of which: Omega-3 250 mg - of which: EPA 120 mg - of which: DHA 70 mg - other Omega-3 60 mg
- of which: Astaxantin 100 µg
Free of: artificial colorants, preservatives, yeast, gluten, starch and lactose. It does not contain added salt and sugar.
Ask for your doctor’s advice if you are pregnant, you are nursing, taking medication (mostly anti-coagulants, such as Warfarin or Heparin), allergic to crustaceans or fish products or your health condition is not normal. The Krill may rarely contain proteins of maritime creatures. It is not a vegetarian product.
The winter krill differs from the other one by containing D vitamin