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Antarctic Krill Oil contains essential fatty acids including DHA and EPA that are not produced by the body and Choline and astaxanthin that are not typically contained in traditional fish oil. Together, this expert formulation helps support cognitive, heart, joint and liver health.Download ingredients list
The shrimp-like krill are tiny crustaceans found in the Antarctic. Harvesting of krill for human consumption is tightly regulated to ensure there is minimal impact on the total krill population and virtually no impact on their predators. Our Antarctic Krill Oil is developed using technology exclusive to Aker BioMarine called Flexitec.
Phospholipids, the same type of fat our cells are made from, are used to carry the EPA and DHA in Revive Active Antarctic Krill Oil. As a result, it is more easily absorbed by the body and won’t produce the unpleasant after-taste or re-flux that is common with fish oils.
EPA and DHA fatty acids contribute to the normal function of the heart.
DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function.
Revive Active’s Anctarctic Krill Oil is a source of the phospholipids EPA & DHA omega-3 essential fatty acids and also contains Astaxanthin. EPA and DHA contribute to normal heart function. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg of EPA plus DHA. DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and vision. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg DHA.
Take two capsules once a day with water. No aftertaste or repeat.
Krill are tiny shrimp-like crustaceans that are found in the pristine waters of the Antarctic. The actual krill harvest varies from year to year with a typical season yielding approximately 150,000 tons, which is a marginal percentage (Approx. 0.02%) of the total krill biomass.
At an estimated 600 million tons, the biomass of krill is more than double the biomass of human beings. The harvesting practices of krill for human consumption are tightly regulated and have a minimal impact on total krill population and virtually no impact on their predators. Between 1990 and 2009, only approximately 1/10 of 1 million tons of krill was harvested. 6.6 million tons is the precautionary limit set for the harvesting of krill by the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. Krill fishing could increase nearly 50 times and there’d still be enough krill for humans and krill’s predators.