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Research Demonstrates Superiority of Krill Oil Compared to Fish Oil

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  • Krill oil is often compared to fish oil, but there are several differences between the two that make krill a more ideal option, especially for those with metabolic dysregulation or cardiovascular disease risk factors
  • Omega-3 deficiency can increase your risk for a number of major diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, arthritis and others — and may actually accelerate the aging process
  • Krill oil is the most environmentally sustainable form of animal-based omega-3, and harvesting is strictly regulated. A new organization will also allow scientists to conduct important environmental research while helping ensure the sustainability of krill fishing in the Antarctic

By Dr. Mercola

For many years now, my favorite source of omega-3 fats — if  you are not regularly eating safe sources of seafood like wild Alaskan salmon, sardines or anchovies — has been krill oil. In fact, I was one of the first to promote krill as an exceptional source of animal-based omega-3.

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