Krill Oil

Krill is a generic name used for several species of invertebrate animals, morphologically similar to shrimp. These species contain certain fatty acids that are alike those found in fish oil, such as omega-3 and astaxanthine, which in fact is a powerful antioxidant. As krill oil is derived from small animals that live in less polluted parts of the ocean, it is a nutrient source that is purer than fish oils. Also because fish are simply bigger animals, they are generally more subject to contamination with heavy metals.

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