The most astaxanthin per serving than any other
krill oil product on the market. with a Patented
process Lipid Fusion Capsule Technology
Compare Krill Oil
it is like getting 2 products in 1 .
To buy a good astaxanthin
product with 12mg of Astaxanthin per serving a 6o count bottle would cost you
up to $39.99 or more.
Even an ordinary 60 count
krill supplement with 500 mg per capsule will cost you $35.99 .
For $44.99 your customers
are getting both products in one and that's a great savings!
Benefits from using
Our Formulas are always of the
Made in a factory that is GMP
Benefit of AstaREAL®; the
richest natural source of astaxanthin
NWC Naturals® professional
formulas are backed by years of science
Has 6 mg. of astaxanthin per
500mg capsule more than any other.
3X formula better than the
rest, now with a Patented process Lipid Fusion Capsule
With DRcaps capsules
(digestive resistant) to help protect our ingredients from stomach acid.
Benefits of Krill
Krill oil has choline and choline has many
Choline is found in krill phospholipids as
part of the Phosphatidyl choline molecule.
Choline is not found in fish triglycerides.
Choline has critical functions as a precursor to the neurotransmitter
Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter that is
probably most well known for its involvement in Alzheimer's disease.
If we have adequate levels of choline, It
supports the acetylcholine neurotransmitter system.
Which protects attention, focus, memory, and
even muscle function.
Astaxanthin is the red pigment
that accumulates in commonly eaten seafood, such as lobster, salmon, trout, red
sea bream, shrimp, and crayfish.
Astaxanthin has a
significant protective role in nature
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid, the same family of
molecules found in carrots, tomatoes, and other colorful fruit. In fact,
astaxanthin the most abundant carotenoid pigment found in aquatic animals and
the marine world. Single-celled microalgae plants occupy the very bottom of the
food chain, combining organic materials with sunlight to produce the vast
majority of living material on the planet. Haematococcus pluvialis is one of
these and it is the richest source of astaxanthin.
What does astaxanthin do in
Astaxanthin protects the highly concentrated
polyunsaturated fatty acids found in cell membranes and muscles in salmon.
These fats are the main energy powerhouse that enables salmon to accomplish
their well-known upstream marathon to spawn. Salmon muscles contain the highest
concentration of astaxanthin in the animal kingdom.
Astaxanthin is an excellent antioxidant, scavenging free
radicals and thus regulating the process of oxidation in animals' (and humans')
Astaxanthin protects marine creatures, such as Antarctic
krill, as well as the phytoplankton on which the krill feed (and human skin),
against UV light damage.
In fish, astaxanthin is believed to have a synergistic
effect on other important antioxidants such as Vitamins C and E
Antioxidants like astaxanthin disarm dangerous free
radicals before they have a chance to damage proteins, fats, and the genetic
material of cells - damage that ultimately contributes to aging and underlies
many disease processes, including cancer, heart disease, cognitive decline, and
Benefits of AstaREAL®
AstaREAL® astaxanthin has been endorsed by
internationally acclaimed dermatologists, ophthalmologists, urologists,
internists, endocrinologists, cardiologists, and nutritionists.
AstaREAL® astaxanthin has been endorsed by leading
triathletes, Olympic medalists, trail runners, track runners, racing drivers,
volleyball, baseball, and football players.
The most researched astaxanthin.
Relieves eye fatigue symptoms by improving
capillary blood flow circulation
Improves quality of vision by preserving the
"zoom-in & zoom-out" refocus of the eye capillary muscle.
Relieves eye stress and shoulder stiffness in
heavy PC workers
Reduces the size of wrinkles and improves skin
Physical Endurance and Muscle
Improves blood flow and antioxidant
Benefits of Acetylcholine
Central to memory and mood
Required for lipid transport from liver
Controls breathing, heart rate, skeletal muscles
Acetylcholine is also the principal neurotransmitter in
all autonomic ganglia
It is the only neurotransmitter used in the motor division
of the somatic nervous system
Acetylcholine is one of many neurotransmitters in the
autonomic nervous system (ANS)
Benefits of Omega-3 fatty
Central components of almost all cell membranes
Forms the bricks and mortar of the body's entire
Strong antioxidant activity and Immune Response
Omega-3 fatty acids have been found beneficial in so many
Heart disease, arthritis, cognitive decline, depression,
anxiety, skin conditions
Astaxanthin is the red pigment that
accumulates in commonly eaten seafood, such as lobster, salmon, trout, red sea
bream, shrimp, and crayfish.
We have 6mg. of astaxanthin
per capsule and the benefit of AstaREAL®; the richest natural
source of astaxanthin.
Krill are found in all oceans of the world but harvested from
the Antarctic waters and Southern Oceans. These small crustaceans fuel the
oceans of the world.
Krill oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, and contains
an antioxidant called astaxanthin.
Krill oil also has Choline
which is found in krill phospholipids as part of the Phosphatidyl choline
molecule. Choline is not found in fish triglycerides. Choline has critical
functions as a precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
: with bonded Omega 3s. Phospholipids; are a class of lipids
that are a major component of all cell membranes as they can form lipid
Omega-3 Fatty Acids :
Common sources of Omega -3 fatty acids include fish oils, krill
oil, algal oil, squid oil and flaxseed. The health benefits of the long-chain
omega-3 fatty acids primarily EPA and DHA are the best known.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been found beneficial in so many
conditions. Heart disease, arthritis, cognitive decline, depression, anxiety,
skin conditions, and many other disorders have been shown to be associated with
omega- 3 fatty acids. This is not unexpected when we realize that omega-3 fatty
acids are structural molecules in almost all tissues.
are essential fatty acids. This essential fatty acid is an
Omega 3 fat, which is found in cold water fish.
Beyond Fish Oil!
Tri-KRILL contains an extract
of Krill sourced directly from the Antarctic.
Tri-KRILL sourced directly from the
Antarctic our blend combines the power of Krill Phospholipids with 6 mg of astaxanthin per capsule in an easy-to-take
Liqui-Krill™ capsules. The highest of any krill
3X Formula with
6 mg. of astaxanthin per capsule
Krill oil from the Antarctic
Omega 3 fatty acids
AstaREAL®; the richest natural source of
Tri-KRILL with maximum Krill Oil benefits
Adults take 1 capsule a day with breakfast or for
therapeutic results take 2 capsules a day with breakfast or as directed by your
natural healthcare professional.
Krill oil should also be used with caution by people
taking herbs and supplements that are thought to increase the risk of bleeding,
such as ginkgo biloba and garlic.
Possible Drug Interactions;
People taking blood thinners (anticoagulant or
anti-platelet medication), such as aspirin, warfarin (Coumadin), heparin,
clopidogrel (Plavix), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDS) such
as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), naproxen (Naprosyn, Aleve) should only use krill
oil under a physician's supervision
Our facility that manufactures all of our formulas is in
full compliance with GMP Requirements for Dietary Supplements. We also utilize
a third party testing lab that insures that all our quality ingredients are
tested and retested for purity and quality. All NWC Naturals® products are
Made and bottled in a USA facility.