A fish oil enriched krill product to help maximize the quantity of omega-3 fatty acids, all while offering a small triple action softgel that is easy to swallow. Its absorption is improved compared to pure fish oils.
Omega-3 EPA – 159 mg
Omega-3 DHA – 82.5 mg
Triple action : Better absorption of omega-3s for better efficiency, helps maintain cardiovascular health and brain health.
Easier to digest alternative for people who have difficulties digesting pure fish oils
Omega-3s that come from krill are more easily assimilated by the organism than omega-3s that come from fish oils. This product is an interesting alternative for people who have trouble digesting fish oils or who have difficulties swallowing big omega-3 softgels
Furthermore, krill provides astaxanthin, a strong antioxidant that protects against oxidative stress. It is the astaxanthin that gives the krill its nice red color
This krill oil comes from krill that was captured in the pure and glacial waters of Antarctica, and was extracted by the local Quebec-based company that specializes in krill, Neptune Technologies
A vanilla flavor was added to help diminish the fishy aftertaste
All Adrien Gagnon omega-3 are analyzed for over 95 various contaminants (heavy metals, bacteria, PCBs, pesticides, oxidation, etc) and comply with the most strict pharmaceutical quality and purity norms.
Who will benefit from this product?
For those who have trouble swallowing the big fish oil softgels
For those who do not eat fish
For those who want the added benefits of krill oil
It is recommended to consume between 1.1 to 1.6 g of Omega 3 daily, for both men and women. To reach these recommended intakes, we must consume three fatty fish meals per week or turn to supplements
Health Canada recommendsthat pregnant women limit their consumption of fish to once a week, in order to reduce the risks of heavy metal contamination; therefore, they should resort to supplements in order to meet their daily nutritional needs. DHA is critically important for proper brain, eye and nerve development in the fetus.