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Revolutionary Omega 3

Absorbs at 95% versus the best fish oils at 65%

ARCTIC OCEAN KRILL OIL have a higher absorption rate than fish triglycerides, which is why Krill Oil has become a superior product to fish oil. It increases the absorption of Omega 3, which provides tremendous benefits to our bodies. Krill oil has been found to aid in cognitive health, eye health, bone and joint health, heart health, and even anti-aging.

Bioavailability Omega-3 bioavailability is the degree and rate at which Omega-3 fatty acids are absorbed into the body and are made available at the site of physiological activity.

Fish oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids mainly in the triglyceride form. Triglycerides are insoluble in water; therefore their digestion by enzymes and subsequent absorption in the small intestine requires emulsification by bile salts via the formation of micelles.

On the other hand ARCTIC OCEAN KRILL OIL contains a high concentration of Omega-3 fatty acids bound to polar-lipids (a combination of phospholipids and glycolipids). Polar-lipids go through a simpler digestion process in the small intestine before absorption, and are not dependent on bile for digestion. Dietary polar-lipid carriers are known to promote the efficient transport of Omega-3 fatty acids through the body and subsequent integration into cell membranes in the designated organs, providing ARTIC OCEAN KRILL OILwith high bioavailability.

Research indicates that polar lipid Omega-3 fatty acids have greater bioavailability for cell growth and functioning, compared with Omega-3 triglycerides. Moreover, Omega-3 utilization in some tissues increases when delivered in the form of Omega-3 polar-lipids

ARTIC OCEAN KRILL OIL® is a superior phospholipid Omega 3 supplement with very high amounts of eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA).

ARCTIC OCEAN KRILL OIL® is a superior phospholipid Omega 3 supplement with very high amounts of eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA).

 Smaller dosing means our krill oil capsules are easy to swallow, easy to digest, and easily absorbed into the body’s cells. Our krill oil supplement is also the purest in the world. Harvesting krill in these colder seas means our krill supplement contains no unsafe accumulations of mercury, PCBs, heavy metals, or other toxins.

While both fish oil and krill oil are good, when it comes to providing omega-3s in their most useable form, krill oil is far superior.

NONE OF THE BAD: Many krill oils contain 300mg per serving and are diluted. The average adult should take 1000mg of non-diluted krill oil daily, tested in the USA, and processed on ships with GMP certifications to insure potency and purity.

Health Benefits of Krill Oil

: Since 1980, more than 60,000 studies have been conducted examining the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. 

A 2004 study measured the effects of krill oil, fish oil and a placebo on total cholesterol, LDL (bad cholesterol), HDL (good cholesterol) and triglycerides for 120 people after 90 days. As you can see from the table below, krill oil was significantly better than fish oil at lowering total cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides, while also raising the desirable HDL.

The researchers concluded "with high levels of confidence" that krill oil is effective for the management of cholesterol and is significantly more effective than fish oil.(2)

High Blood Pressure

 In a meta-analysis of 17 controlled clinical trials, scientists found that supplementing the diet with 3 g or more of fish oil per day "can lead to clinically relevant BP reductions in individuals with untreated hypertension."(3)

Inflammation - Arthritis and Cardiovascular Disease

A 2007 study evaluated the effect of krill oil on 90 patients with inflammatory conditions - cardiovascular disease and/or active rheumatoid arthritis and/or osteoarthritis. All were required to stop taking anti-inflammatory drugs starting one week before the study started. Since inflammation is closely linked to the development of both atherosclerosis and joint disease, C-reactive protein (CRP) levels were measured throughout the study. (CRP is one of the most useful biomarkers of inflammation and appears to be a central player in the harmful effects of systemic inflammation.)

The following chart shows the changes in CRP levels during the 30-day study period. CRP levels declined in the krill oil group even though they had stopped taking anti-inflammatory meds, while they increased for the placebo group.

Krill Oil Supplement Effect on Inflammatory C-reactive Protein


Krill Oil Group

Placebo Group

After 7 days



After 14 days



At day 30




 In addition, after 7 days of treatment krill oil treated patients:

The study author concluded that a daily dose of 300 mg of krill oil may "significantly inhibit inflammation by reducing CRP as well as significantly alleviate symptoms caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis."(4)


:  Several studies suggest that omega-3s may enhance calcium absorption, reduce excretion and increase calcium deposition in bone. In a three-year study of elderly women with osteoporosis, those who took EPA (omega-3) and GLA (omega-6) supplements had less bone loss than those who took a placebo. Many of the women also had an increase in bone density.(5)

Brain Development and Function:  

Omega-3 phospholipids play an important role in the structure and function of brain cell membranes and cell signaling. The omega-3 fatty acid DHA is the most common fatty acid found in the brain and is thought to be valuable in maintaining memory and cognitive functioning abilities, which can become impaired as we age.(6) Dementia patients have shown decreased levels of DHA in their brain tissue.

Since omega-3 phospholipids have been shown to be more efficiently taken up by brain tissue than omega-3 triglycerides, Arctic Select Krill Oil is an excellent source of the omega-3s needed for maintaining brain health. 

Need-to-Know Information About Krill Oil

Suggested daily use: As a dietary supplement, take two 500 mg softgels daily with breakfast, or as recommended by your healthcare professional. 

For adults with coronary heart disease:The American Heart Association recommends 1 gram (1,000 mg) daily.

For adults with high cholesterol levels:The American Heart Association recommends 2 to 4 grams (2,000 to 4,000 mg) daily.*


Note: Do not take more than 3 grams (3,000 mg) daily without the supervision of a health care provider, due to an increased risk of bleeding.

Possible interactions:

If you are taking diabetes medications, talk with your healthcare provider before taking krill oil as it could decrease the effectiveness of your medication

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