> Significantly improves the omega-3 levels in your body in just 30 days.
> Next generation Omega-3
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EPA & DHA are involved in many roles within the human body. One function is that they promote a healthy heart and help maintain normal triglyceride and blood pressure levels.
The EPA & DHA in our Omega Icon Krill Oil supports a healthy inflammatory response after exercise.
It provides a high incorporation of EPA & DHA in the bodys cells. Krill oil helps to optimize Omega-3 levels. Documented to raise a persons Omega-3 Index.
In Krill oil the omega-3 fatty acids are primarily bound to a particular fat called a phospholipid, whereas other marine oils are bound to other forms of fat such as triglycerides.
This phospholipid form of fat creates a phospholipid bilayer forms cell membranes common to all animals.
Omega-3 fats (EPA/DHA) can be released from the cell membrane into the cell and influence specific cellular functions.
Several studies have shown that EPA & DHA from phospholipids are more effectively incorporated into cells and tissues compared to EPA & DHA from triglycerides
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