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Does Krill Oil Have Omega 3?

Though the term “krill” translates to “small fish” in Norwegian, these tiny crustaceans are powerful because they are rich sources of the omega-3 fatty acids docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Krill oil is rich in these fatty acids, which may help lower blood pressure, reduce inflammation, and support the health of the brain and nervous system. But what about sustainability, toxins, and ethical considerations such as animal well-being?

Krill Oil vs Omega-3 from algae Oil: Exploring the Differences

Krill oil is another source of omega-3 fatty acids for those looking for alternatives to regular fish-based supplements. When you weigh krill oil against algae omega-3 supplements, multiple compelling arguments favor the latter, especially for those following a vegan lifestyle. First, they tackle worries by eradicating the sustainability problems linked to fish oil production. Secondly, supplements derived from algae guarantee a higher standard of purity as they do not contain the ocean toxins found in fish oil. Moreover, plant-based krill oil supplements offer enhanced bioavailability, directly delivering EPA and DHA for maximum health benefits. Finally, opting for plant-based alternatives aligns with values regarding animals’ well-being.

Vrill (Plant-Based Krill Oil) is more than just vegan omega-3.

Testa Vrill Omega-3 is a vegan krill oil supplement. It has the same specific properties as krill oil, but without the krill. It is even more beneficial than krill oil, we dare say. The daily serving contains twice as much DHA & EPA and phospholipids, and up to five times more astaxanthin than the standard krill oil.

Good For Your Brain

Speaking of brains… choosing Vrill Omega-3 is a no-brainer because the addition of phospholipids and astaxanthin is not only good for the heart but offers additional support to keep your brain function at its peak. Phospholipids are one of the most important building blocks of the cell membrane. They repair any damage in cell structures, thus slowing degeneration. In addition, they stimulate the normal passage of signals along nerve fibers to the brain and back. So, they keep you happy and sharp! And if the years are starting to catch up to you, it is a great addition to your diet.

Keep Your Body Young

Astaxanthin is a strong antioxidant made by algae to protect your cells against the harmful effects of sunlight and oxygen. Krill and other marine animals and birds eat the algae and thus obtain their red color. In addition to its attractive coloring, it is also good for your health. No claims can be made about astaxanthin, but multiple studies have shown that this strong antioxidant plays a role throughout the body. It helps to counteract signs of aging caused by oxidative damage. In addition, it supports better recovery from tired eyes and stimulates the immune system. Astaxanthin also protects against free radicals that break down skin collagen and cause lines and wrinkles.

*Testa Vrill contains 280 mg DHA and 160 mg EPA per daily dose (2 capsules) and is enriched with natural phospholipids and astaxanthin, a strong antioxidant.


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Omega-3 is good for your heart, brain and eyes. To reach your daily recommended quantity without any worries, take out a subscription. That way, you can be sure that you are always taking fresh algae oil. Go to the shop and choose the quantity and frequency that suits you. Of course, you can also order separately.

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