Caruso's King Krill Concentrate 60 Capsules (Aust L277351)
The next generation Omega-3 Phospholipid Krill is here!
A new manufacturing process used in King Krill Concentrate has led to an almost taste and odour-free Krill Oil concentrate from Antarctic krill. It differentiates from other Omega-3 sources by delivering Fatty Acids as Phospholipids.
EPA and DHA are essential for humans throughout life, promoting healthy heart, brain, eye, and joint health. Omega-3 Fatty Acids delivered in Phospholipid form may raise the amount of EPA and DHA in blood. Phospholipids are a source of Choline which is vital for many biological functions especially nerve signalling and fat transport.
Why you should be taking Caruso's King Krill Concentrate
- Contains 80% more EPA*
- Contains 66% more DHA*
- Contains 40% more Phospholipids*
- Efficient delivery of EPA and DHA
- Odourless - No fishy smell
- One a day
Caruso's King Krill Concentrate has been formulated to help assist:
- Joint health
- Heart health
Caruso’s King Krill Concentrate may assist with the temporary pain relief, stiffness, swelling and inflammation of joints associated with osteoarthritis.
The Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids found in Caruso’s King Krill Concentrate also help to support your heart, cardiovascular system, and help maintain healthy cholesterol levels in healthy people.
Each capsule contains:
Euphausia superba Oil (Krill Oil) Superba Boost™ 1g .....(1000mg)
Equiv. to Eicosapentaenoic Acid 270mg
Equiv. to Docosahexaenoic Acid 150mg
Equiv. to Phosphatidyl choline 480mg
Adults: take 1 capsule a day with main meals or as advised by your Healthcare Professional.
Warnings and Contra-Indications:
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your Healthcare Professional.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Krill Oil is derived from seafood. Not suitable for those with an allergy to seafood.
Not recommended for use while pregnant or breastfeeding
Red Bovine gelatin capsule.
Lactose, wheat, soy, gluten, corn, starch, yeast and preservatives.
If taking anticoagulants please consult your healthcare professional
Krill oil is derived from crustacean shellfish. Not suitable for use by those with an allergy to seafood or shellfish
Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery
Not suitable for anyone under the age of 12 years
Take at least 2 hours away from pharmaceutical medication
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional
*than standard Krill Oil
The most concentrated Krill Oil on the market**
**As from launch date August 2016
Caruso's King Krill Concentrate
Each odourless 1000mg capsule of Caruso’s King Krill Concentrate contains a massive 75% more Omega-3 than standard Krill Oil. It is 80% richer in EPA, 66% richer in DHA and has 40% more Phospholipids than standard Krill Oil. Omega-3 Fatty Acids are essential for normal development and function of your retina and brain. Phospholipids carry Omega-3 Fatty Acids into your cell membranes and tissue throughout your body.
Odourless pure Krill Oil
Unlike most Krill Oil capsules, Caruso’s King Krill Concentrate is odourless. Now you can enjoy the benefits of pure Red Krill Oil without the fishy odour. Caruso’s King Krill Concentrate comes with a 100% money back guarantee.
Omega 3 essential fatty acids important for optimum health!
Adults in Australia are consuming up to 50% less Omega-3 Fatty Acids than the recommended daily intake¹, while adolescents in Australia are also at risk of sub optimal Omega-3 levels². This is concerning, as Omega-3 Fatty Acids are essential to the function of the entire human body, such as the brain, heart, eyes and joints. Knowing your Omega-3 Index is vital to maintain optimal health, and once known, if your blood levels of Omega-3 Fatty Acids are suboptimal they can be improved by simple dietary changes. So how do you know if you have enough Omega-3 in your body for optimal health? By using something called the Omega-3 index, you can measure the percentage of Omega-3 Fatty Acids you have in your blood. An Omega-3 index of 8% or above is considered optimal. While a lower Omega-3 Index indicates a higher risk of health issues.
1. Howe P, Meyer B, Record S, Baghurst K. Dietary intake of long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: contribution of meat sources. Nutrition. 2006; 22 pp. 47–53.
2. Grant R, Guest J, Bilgin A, Morris M, Garg M, Pearce R. Suboptimal Omega-3 Levels in Australian Adolescents. Journal of Child Health and Nutrition. 2013; 2 (4): pp. 309-315.
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