Unlock the power of this miracle oil for weight loss
Many praised fish oil because it's rich in Omega 3 fatty acids. It's true that these essential fats are necessary for optimal health. The bad news is fish oil can contain toxins. These can include mercury, lead, arsenic and other industrial waste products. Read on to find out which oil you should be taking instead. Today I want to tell you about krill oil.
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Krill oil still contains Omega-3 fatty acids which help kill free radicals in your body. Research shows this can help assist in the fight against cancer cells forming. Krill oil also helps you obtain your weight loss goals. In the past, there was a bad trend where everyone tried "fat free" diets. They found out quickly that they did not work.
Your body needs healthy fats to burn fat. Good fats give you energy throughout the day and help you feel full.
Some proven results of krill oil include:
Stabilizes glucose levels which keeps you from being tired and having cravings for sugary sweet foods. It prevents blood clots which can cause heart attacks. It reduces the level of bad cholesterol and raises the good cholesterol levels. It reduces inflammation and therefore improves heart health. It helps reduce pain three times more than fish oil after seven days of use. It reduces joint pain. And it's a great help in the relief of PMS symptoms and improved mood.
Krill oil also contains anti-oxidants that are not found in fish oil. Only 3 percent of the antioxidants found in krill oil are found in fish oil. Also, the antioxidants found in krill oil are 47 times more powerful than those found in fish oil.
One of the antioxidants--Astaxanthin--helps reduce eye strain. A study in Italy even showed an improvement in vision in those with the early stages of age related macular degeneration. Improved memory and better concentration are two other benefits of krill oil. A study by the Archives of Neurology showed a 60 percent less risk of memory problems by those who took enough krill oil.
The taste of krill oil is also more pleasant. You're not left with a fishy aftertaste and fish burps. Fish oil actually causes digestion problems in many people. You don't experience this with krill oil.
Krill is not only free from the dangerous toxins found in fish oil, it is also more powerful and more effective at about the same price. There's no reason not to switch.
This post was originally published on March 20, 2014
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Have any of my readers tried krill oil? Did you notice any difference in how you felt?