Krill Oil : Verses : Fish Oil : Which To Choose
What Benefits Do Omega 's Have For My Pet!
Tri-KRILL™ has an extract of Krill sourced directly from the Antarctic; the AstaKrill blend which combines the power of Krill Phospholipids with 12mg of astaxanthin per serving in an easy-to-take soft gel.
|HOW DOES FISH OIL COMPARE TO KRILL OIL?|
Krill oil contains a higher concentration of Omega 3 fatty acids, and also contains Astaxanthin, which is an added nutritional benefit.
It does not contain mercury and therefore there is no added risk of heavy metal poisoning.
In addition, Krill Oil contains highly bioavailable EPA and DHA which can aid in cognitive function, and help fight inflammation
Krill Oil is FOUR times more potent than Fish Oil and therefore has four times the benefit!
Because of the Astaxanthin in krill oil; this puts it to the top of the list of all omega-3 fatty acids sources.
Krill oil is a unique source of omega-3 fatty acids, choline, and astaxanthin.
One thing that differentiates krill oil from other sources of omega-3 is that, in krill oil, the fatty acids EPA and DHA are bound to phospholipids instead of triglycerides. .
This phospholipid form is structurally the same as our cell membranes. Moreover, these phospholipid forms are handled differently in the digestive tract. Phospholipids spontaneously form micelles, which can be transported easily in the aqueous environment. Phospholipids can be absorbed intact or in their lysophosphatidylcholine form.
Triglycerides, on the other hand, are insoluble in an aqueous environment and require bile salts for their emulsification. While triglyceride forms of EPA and DHA remain valuable elements of supplemental nutrition, phospholipid-based forms provide unique benefits that, when coupled with added choline and astaxanthin, render krill oil a novel nutrient complex with significant clinical benefit.
What Is Astaxanthin?
Krill oil contains high levels of one of the most powerful natural antioxidants called Astaxanthin.
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid molecule from the same family as beta-carotene, lycopene, and zeaxanthin, though astaxanthin appears to be more active in quenching superoxide, hydroxyl, and other radical species
Recent studies suggest that astaxanthin has anti-inflammatory action, inhibiting cytokine cascades in a number of trials of cardiovascular health, respiratory health, joint health, athletic performance, and others.
The only fish that has this is salmon and krill .
Astaxanthins is what gives salmon its red color. Krill get their astaxanthin from small phytoplankton, their primary source of food
While krill contain natural levels of astaxanthin, Tri-KRILL™ for pets provide additional astaxanthin to their omega-3 krill phospholipid product.
Tri-KRILL™ for Pets 3x formula with AstaREAL for maximum Krill Oil benefits
Easy to use gel capsules, no fishy breath
The most astaxanthin per serving than any other krill oil product on the market.
Side Effects; Pets with allergies to seafood shouldn't use krill oil.
Any information provided is not veterinary advice and should not be substituted for a regular consultation with a veterinary professional. If you have any concerns about your pet's health, contact your veterinarian's office.