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Ask_Our_Natruopath.jpgKrill oil

Krill are small crustaceans that look like tiny shrimp. Their oil contains the same Omega 3 fatty acids as fish oil, with one key difference. 

Although krill oil contains less Omega 3 than the same amount of fish oil would, the fatty acids seem to be more absorbable. That may mean you can take less for the same effect.

Learn more below about how krill oil can support your joint and heart health…

 
 

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