Krill Oil Benefits

Krill Oil Provides Easy-to-Digest “Good Fats” for the Whole Body

Omega-3 fatty acids really are vital for whole health. Namely EPA & DHA are especially important for the heart, brain, joints, vision, and even mood and memory. But how do they work in the body? And which benefits are actually proven by scientific studies?

Leading cardiologist and author Dr. Dennis Goodman answers those questions in his book The Thrill of Krill




Krill Omega-3 Fights Heart Disease

  • More effective than fish oil at lowering: triglycerides, LDL (bad) cholesterol, and total cholesterol
  • Dramatically more effective than fish oil at increasing HDL (good) cholesterol
  • Reduces the systemic inflammation that contributes to heart disease

Krill Omega-3 Helps with Women’s Health

  • Provides EPA and DHA, which are building blocks of human hormones
  • Appears to promote neurotransmitter balance
  • Significantly more effective than fish oil in reducing PMS symptoms
  • Reduces dependence on pain killers for PMS symptoms
  • Increases feelings of alertness, energy and well-being
  • During pregnancy and lactation: provides an easy-to-digest Omega-3 that’s naturally contaminant-free



Krill Omega-3 Relieves Joint Pain

  • Reduces inflammation markers by at least 30 percent
  • Dramatically reduces the pain and functional impairment of arthritis

Krill Omega-3 Fights Depression

  • Provides building blocks for needed neurotransmitters
  • Provides vital feel-good fats for the brain
  • Appears to reduce inflammatory processes in the brain
  • Increases feelings of alertness, energy and well-being
  • Natural source of choline, a building block of phosphatidylcholine, which is needed for brain health

Preliminary scientific studies show the potential for other possible benefits too. Dr. Goodman is clear that the medical community would like to see more research on certain effects.

As a source of EPA and DHA, krill oil may be helpful for these conditions:



Chronic inflammation conditions

  • Lupus and other autoimmune disorders
  • Psoriasis and other skin conditions
  • Asthma
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Cancers associated with systemic inflammation


Brain health challenges

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Alzheimer’s and dementia
  • Common effects of the normal aging process

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