Antarctic Krill Oil
Frequently Asked Questions:


Q: Why should I take krill oil?

A: It will increase your intake of omega-3 fatty acids. It will increase your intake of antioxidants.

Q: How many capsules are in one bottle?

A: 60, enough for a one-month supply if you take two capsules per day.

Q: What about the whales that need the krill?

A: Krill are semi-translucent crustaceans that congregate in dense masses or swarms that can actually turn the ocean's surface pink or red. Together with plankton, krill make up the largest biomass on earth. This makes them one of the most easily renewable food resources available, and an excellent nutritional source from an environmental perspective.

Q: What is the shelf life of krill oil after I receive a bottle?

A: Krill has a three-year shelf life, if stored in a dry, dark, and cool place.

Q: What are the gelatin capsules?

A: The capsules are made from fish (Tilapia).

Q: Can krill oil help kids?

A: For kids between the ages of 4 and 6, we recommend that you check with your pediatrician.

Q: What is the correct dosage for kids?

A: One capsule once a day for kids over the age of 6. For children between the ages of 4 and 6, we recommend that you consult your pediatrician.

Q: What is the different between Krill Oil and fish oil?

A: There are two major reasons for taking krill oil rather than fish oil.

  • Krill Oil is MUCH Better Absorbed Than Fish Oil. This means you can take 1/5 the dose, and get by with two small capsules rather than 10 large ones. The phospholipid binding increases the bioavailability of the omega-3s, improves the omega-3 to omega-6 ratio and supports healthy cell membrane functioning.
  • Fish oil is weak in antioxidant content. As you increase your intake of omega-3 essential fatty acids by consuming fish oil, you actually increase your need for more antioxidant protection. Krill Oil is naturally rich in antioxidants.


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