Monday, April 29, 2013
For this review I received one bottle of Everest Nutrition Krill Oil. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.
Do you take supplements? If you don't have a healthy diet, it's important to take supplements to keep your body as healthy as you can. There are so many processed foods today and many of them have no nutritional value, so it would be wise to take supplements to make sure you are receiving the proper nutrients to keep you healthy! Even people that eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and other nutritious food can still be deficient in vitamins, minerals or other nutrients. Doesn’t it make sense to insure that our body is getting the proper nutrients? Supplements can benefit your body, they might even prevent chronic illnesses or diseases!
For this review I received one bottle of Everest 100% Pure Cold Pressed Antarctic Krill Oil! I feel if a supplement can help improve my health, it's worth a shot and it can't do any harm. I would rather take supplements, than prescription medication, because of all the nasty side effects. I have been taking the Krill Oil for about 3 weeks and I feel great, I believe it's from the Krill Oil and all the other supplements I take. I have so much more energy, than I did before! The Krill Oil contains 300mg Omega-3, 165mg EPA and 95mg DHA. I'm sure you have probably heard that Omega-3 is great for your heart and your cholesterol. After reading all of the recent clinical studies, I am very impressed with what Krill Oil can do for your body. With an ounce of precaution with Krill Oil I feel that I am doing a great service to my body in keeping it as healthy as I can. I will continue to take Krill Oil, because of all the health benefits! I would highly recommend Everest Nutrition Krill Oil!
About Everest 100% Pure Cold Pressed Antarctic Krill OilKrill Oil is extracted from krill, an ocean crustacean that very closely resembles shrimp but is smaller in size. Everest Nutrition harvests and collects it's krill in its natural habitat – Antarctica – arguably the purest waters on earth. They utilize a unique proprietary extraction process whereby as soon as their krill is collected, it is immediately processed on board their ship – think of it as a floating factory! No other manufacturer does the same! They do this to ensure that their krill oil retains all of its nutrients. Other manufacturers depend on fishermen and send their krill to a manufacturing plant for processing. While this is common practice for most companies, krill loses its potency once it leaves the waters, therefore many krill oil supplements won't offer you the nutritional value that Everest Nutrition Krill Oil can. Their Krill Oil is a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids which research has proven to be beneficial for overall health.
When addressing holistic health, krill oil is literally a miraculous discovery within the Omega-3 industry!
There is no debate. Everest Nutrition’s Krill Oil leads the industry in superiority, purity and concentration. Don’t just take their word for it. See for yourself. In the graph below, you can note that they provide higher concentrations of DHA, EPA and the powerhouse antioxidant, Astaxanthin – than any leading competitor. To really hit it home – the Omega-3’s in Everest Nutrition’s Krill Oil are stored in phospholipid form. Phospholipids are natural fats found in the human body. What does that mean? It means your body is easily absorbing the essential nutrients found in these first-class Omega-3’s.
The finding are rather interesting. I wasn't sure which was more important, omega 3 or omega 6. I searched the internet to see which is more important and it seems that we need more omega 3, than omega 6. I was just reading on Dr. Weil's website about this and he explained the Balancing of Omega 3 and Omega 6. I also read the article, Is it Better to Take Omega-3 or 3, 6 & 9? on LiveStrong. I thought I would check out YouTube, to see if I could find a video on this and I found the Balance of Omega 3, 6 and 9? video, by Dr. Mercola. I also found Attack! Don't be a victim of Omega 6 overload! video. In the last two videos, it made me think about the Krill oil I have been giving my husband, it list Omega 6 on the label and there is no mention of Omega 3. That was rather startling! After finding all of this information, I will now be giving my husband Everest Krill Oil, instead of what I have been giving him!
You can purchase the Everest 100% Pure Cold Pressed Antarctic Krill Oil from the Everest website or from Amazon. I receive quite a few Amazon Gift Cards from various things I do on the internet, so it's easier for me to just order them from Amazon.
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