Reduce Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease with Krill Oil

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Everest Nutrition Krill Oil is made from a species of krill which are small of shrimp-like marine crustaceans. Krill oil contains omega-3 fatty acids similar to those of fish oil, but unlike fish oil, taking a supplement of krill oil does not leave a “fishy” aftertaste.

Taking a supplement of Everest Nutrition Krill Oil on a daily basis can Reduce your risk of a cardiovascular “event” by up to 45%, reduce harmful triglycerides, raise HDL “good” cholesterol level, boost your memory and mental focus, increase your energy, vanquish artery-clogging LDL (“bad” cholesterol), slash heart-damaging inflammation, soothe the pain and discomfort of stiff joints, reduce facial wrinkles and decrease the physical and emotional effects of PMS. Everest Nutrition Krill Oil is also safe for children 6 and up to take.

After taking this supplement with my morning smoothie for a week straight I have noticed that I am less tired and have more focus in my daily tasks.

Everest Nutrition Krill Oil has even more amazing health benefits than the ones I listed above.

“Krill Oil also contains critical DHA and EPA but there’s one HUGE difference. When you take Krill Oil, the Omega 3 fatty acids are structured in phospholipid form and NOT triglyceride form. Phospholipids are the same type of fat cells found in the human body! This means there are no triglycerides to break down and the Omega 3s can directly enter your body without any additional work or conversion!

Just by switching to Krill Oil you immediately gain 50% more DHA and EPA to boost your health!

An amazing nutrient found in Krill Oil is the all-so powerful antioxidant called astaxanthin. It’s a carotenoid that gives krill, shrimp and salmon their pink color.

Krill Oil contains more antioxidant power than Vitamin A, Lutein, Vitamin E, Lycopene and many more! In fact, astaxanthin is one of the few nutrients that has the rare ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and deliver essential nutrients throughout the body– astaxanthin also fights off free radicals that lead to cell damage! Everest Nutrition Krill Oil has an ORAC value of 431 which makes it 54x times more powerful as an antioxidant compared to fish oil and other nutrients!” krilloil.com

I have known for a long time that omega 3’s found in fish oil help improver your overall cardiovascular health. Most nutritionists recommend that you eat 2-3 servings of fish per week in order to get enough omega 3’s. Wild salmon is a popular dish among my family. But the price of salmon and other wild fish has been going up. If you are finding it difficult to include two servings of fish in your diet per week taking a daily supplement of Everest Nutrition Krill Oil will guarantee that you get the omega 3’s that your body needs. You can order Everest Nutrition Krill Oil online at krilloil.com.

*Disclosure: I received a bottle of Everest Nutrition Krill Oil in exchange for this review. All opinions are accurate and 100% mine.

Cascia Talbert is a busy blogger, publisher, freelance writer, online merchant and mother of five children, living in The Pacific Northwest. With a B.A. in history and law and a passion for writing and staying healthy, she started The Healthy Moms Magazine in 2007. The Healthy Moms Magazine is currently ranked the top health blog for moms and features several health expert writers and mom bloggers. Ms. Talbert believes that if mothers are well educated on health issues and how to stay healthy, they can pass that information down to their children and reverse the childhood obesity statistics in the U.S.

Ms. Talbert is a featured health blogger at Wellsphere.com and her articles can also be found on ezinearticles.com. She also runs the Healthy Moms Social Network on Ning, manages Mom’s Natural Health and Wellness Store, and is on the Social Media Advisory Board for America’s Wellness Challenge.

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  1. Karen January 6, 2012
  2. Cascia Talbert January 10, 2012

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