We would like our customers to know that they can contact us via email at email@example.com if they have any question that is not covered in our FAQ. We will reply directly with an answer to the question and add it to our list for future reference.
No. Krill are crustaceans.
No. Omega is contraindicated with blood thinning medications.
There are a few key contraindications such as during pregnancy, anybody with a shellfish allergy and those on anti-coagulant medication. Omega 3 whether it’s from fish or seed will naturally thin the blood and this is not advisable whilst taking blood thinning (anti-coagulant) medications. Always check with your GP if you are on prescribed medication, before taking any types of food supplements.
Revive Active Krill Oil is 100% pure, sustainable, well absorbed form of Omega 3, which people take to supplement their diet. There have been many well documented studies on Omega 3 for conditions such are high cholesterol, arthritis, inflammation, improving blood pressure, memory and PMS.
No, Revive Active Krill Oil is not Kosher certified because Krill is a crustacean and in the same sort of category as pork.
Revive Active Krill Oil is harvested in the pristine waters of the Antarctic and is thus free from mercury, heavy metals and other toxins.
Absolutely, it is not just safe but also recommended.
Yes it would be safe to take Revive Active Krill Oil during pregnancy and while nursing, however you should still contact your GP before you commence taking any dietary supplement.
In each 500mg capsule there is 27.5mg of DHA, however, the DHA can change batch to batch according to the time of year the Krill were harvested.