Pure Krill Oil Supplement: Ben’s Wild Antarctic Krill Oil

Krill oil is a supplement that is rapidly gaining popularity as an alternative to fish oil.

While fish oil can be a good source of Omega 3, many supplements tend to use low-quality fish oils.

Ben’s Antarctic Krill Oil is a product extracted from small, red crustaceans called Antarctic krill.

These are small shrimp-like crustaceans that live in the clear, pure Antarctic waters.

As a result, krill from which the oil is sourced is unpolluted and sustainable (and comes with no fishy aftertaste).

Many of our customers report being more mobile and agile, experiencing less joint pain, and feeling better about their over all health.

Benefits of Our Krill Oil 

  • Source of healthy fats
  • Fights inflammation 
  • Alleviates joint pain
  • Can improve heart health
  • Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Improves memory and focus
  • No fishy aftertaste

Ben’s Wild Antarctic Krill Oil 

Ben’s Wild Antarctic Krill Oil is sourced from the clean, pure, and unpolluted waters of the Antarctic, and is more easily absorbed, more effective, and requires a much lower dose than fish oil to have the same effect. It also leave you without that unpleasant fishy aftertaste that many fish oils tend to have.

Taking a high-quality, 100% natural and krill oil supplement has the potential to relieve you of aching joint pain, boost your agility and mobility, improve your memory and focus, and help to improve your overall quality of life.

It will also help reduce inflammation and protect you against some of the biggest killers of men and women over 50, including heart disease, stroke, and dementia.

Ben’s Wild Antarctic Krill Oil also contains astaxanthin, an antioxidant which has been found to help promote cellular health and maintain healthy blood pressure and support optimal brain function.

What are the active ingredients in Krill Oil? 

Wild Antarctic Krill Oil

Our krill oil supplement is rich in Omega 3 phospholipids, the most stable and highest quality source of omega 3.

Many benefits of krill oil have been reported in human clinical research. This includes improved cognitive function in the elderly, improved joint pain, and reduced blood pressure. 

Krill oil contains two different omega 3 fatty acids types: Docosahexaenoic acid (called DHA for short) and eicosapentaenoic acid (called EPA for short).

Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is a naturally occurring red carotenoid pigment, which is a form of vitamin A. It is a powerful antioxidant that occurs naturally in krill oil,

It is an oxidized version of a carotenoid. Astaxanthin is classified as a xanthophyll carotenoid. It is dipolar, meaning that it has two ends.

Each end has a hydroxyl group, a combination of a molecule of oxygen and a molecule of hydrogen.

When a substance has a hydroxyl group, this gives the molecule hydrophilic properties.

This means that the molecule likes water. The fact that astaxanthin is hydrophilic makes it have better bioavailability.

What does the research say about the active ingredients in Krill Oil?

When it comes to taking a supplement, absorption is an important factor.

The quicker your body absorbs a supplement, the faster and more efficiently it can begin to work.

Research shows that fish oil from supplements does not absorb as well as fish in food form.

In one six-week study, the results showed that the active ingredients of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in fish oil capsules were not as effectively absorbed by the body’s blood plasma fat particles.

When you process omega 3, this converts the oil to a triglyceride form.

As a result, the triglycerides cannot pass through the brain barrier and are absorbed less efficiently, meaning that to absorb a sufficient amount of Omega 3, you would need to take a high dosage.

Further studies have verified this, suggesting a difference in the bioavailability of EPA and DHA between fish oil and krill oil.

In contrast, omega 3 fatty acids found in Krill are bound to phospholipids (a lipid-containing phosphate group in its molecule).

Omega 3 in our brain is phospholipid; therefore, if the Omega 3 consumed is of the same type, it is absorbed much more efficiently and directly by the brain.

Studies conducted by the Cleveland Clinic have shown that krill oil improves DHA absorption and DHA delivery to the brain. This means you need less krill oil than fish oil for health benefits.

Krill oil supplementation has also been hailed for improving brain-boosting capabilities, with one study suggesting that phospholipids and astaxanthin within it might play a role in preventing depression and mental cognition, offering a new approach to treat mental health disorders.

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Is Krill Oil safe to take?

When it comes to the ingredients in our products, we rigorously test them to ensure that they meet the American pharmacological standards and the American herbal products association standards.

Our manufacturing facilities are also all US-based and FDA monitored.

We also go one step further. All finished products are tested by a third-party laboratory using United States pharmacopeial test 1119 (near-infrared spectrography) to ensure that the supplement matches the label and that they are safe, pure, and high quality.

How does Ben’s Wild Antarctic Krill Oil compare to other supplements?

When searching for a krill oil supplement, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • 100% natural ingredients

  • Clinically significant dosages

  • Ingredients that have been shown to work in peer-reviewed, double-blind studies.

  • Chelated ingredients for better absorption and effectiveness.

Krill Oil goes one step further. We have partnered with a WWF and MSC accredited fishing partner that uses the latest methods to ensure that we prevent cross catch contamination, meaning all our krill is from a single species, ensuring its purity and sustainability.

Why Choose Ben’s Natural Health Supplements?

So, at Ben’s Natural Health, our motto is to combine holistic healing with modern science.

Ben’s Natural Health is the world’s first high-quality, all-natural, scientifically proven clinical supplement company. Our supplements are effective, natural, and 100% side-effect-free.

Moreover, at Ben’s Natural Health, we have four rules for all our supplements:

  • We only use the highest quality ingredients

  • We only use them if independent, peer-reviewed double-blind studies prove they work

  • With all our supplements, we find a way to get every ingredient into a single bottle

  • We always formulate them in clinically significant doses of the most bioavailable form

And, finally, all our supplements come with a 30-day money-back guarantee on any unopened bottles.

We pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service. We offer a free health consultation where you can ask questions and receive tailored advice from our expert health consultants. 

Key Takeaways

3 Benefits Of Krill Oil

  • It contains ingredients clinically proven to improve brain health, lubricate and protect joints, and lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

  • 98% of customers would recommend our krill oil supplement to a friend.


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