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Krill: Use This Japanese Trick to "Amp Up" the Antioxidant Content of Your Meals

Krill: Use This Japanese Trick to "Amp Up" the Antioxidant Content of Your Meals

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  • Krill are plentiful and packed with essential nutrients, and may prove to be an important solution for staving off world hunger
  • They are a rich source of high-quality protein and omega-3 fats, and because of their huge numbers and short lifespan, krill is an nearly endless renewable source of protein
  • Krill harvesting is one of the best regulated on the planet, using strict international precautionary catch limit regulations that are reviewed regularly to assure sustainability
  • There are 4,000 times more krill in the oceans than are being harvested in any given year, and of the global krill catch, about 45 percent is used for sport fishing bait, 43 percent for aquaculture feed, and only 12 percent of the global catch is used for human consumption, primarily in the form of supplements

By Dr. Mercola

Krill are tiny shrimp-like crustaceans that live in the ocean. 

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