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Does anyone rate KRILL OIL highly?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by keenly, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. keenly

    keenly Senior Member

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    anyone use?

    Do any well known CFS docs recommend?

    It seems pretty decent to me

    any thoughts?

    cheers
    Paul
     
  2. Chris

    Chris Senior Member

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    Hi, Keenly; I have used it for quite a while and it does seem good stuff; while the quantity of DHA and EPA is relatively low, the fact that the omega 3s are carried in phospholipids rather than the usual triglycerides is said to make them much more bioavailable, and the presence of natural astaxanthin gives a very powerful protection against oxidation and rancidity. There have been a few small scale studies--you can find them on the Neptune company website-- www.neptunebiotech.com . Not unbiased, of course, but it seems good, and I am always happy to praise a Canadian product! Best, Chris
     
  3. Dainty

    Dainty Senior Member

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    I've researched it, along with skate oul, and green-lipped mussel oil. I decided not to try any of those.

    I personally prefer Blue Ice raw fermented Cod Liver Oil.
     

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