European Security Committee has recently approved the daily intake of 3 soft gels of 500 mg Krill oil. This makes possible to reach the amount of 250 mg of omega -3 (EPA + DHA) allowing using the health claim approved by EFSA:
“Maintenance of normal cardiac function”
We take this opportunity to remind you about the main characteristics that distinguish SUPERBA krill oil from fish oil as a superior source of Omega 3.
- Superior Efficacy:
Less amount of krill oil needed to achieve the same physiological effect.
- Oil rich in Omega- 3 in phospholipid form:
Higher bioavailability of EPA and DHA than other sources of Omega 3
- Clinical studies:
Higher efficiency compared to fish oil, better absorption clinically proven.
- Contains Astaxanthin:
Powerful antioxidant that ensures the stability of the oil.
- Single source:
Only from Euphausia superba.
- No fishy aftertaste:
Phospholipids unlike triglycerides are soluble, so easily and quickly dissolves in the juices avoiding aftertaste.
- Lower contamination:
The Antarctic waters are the cleanest in the world.
- Eco-harvesting certified by the WWF:
Unique technology to eliminate by-catch of birds, marine mammals and fish ensuring 100% of the harvested is krill.
- Sustainability and traceability:
Fishing control and recording of the exact coordinates that ensure global traceability of the process.
- Novel food:
This rating allows its use in functional foods.
Do not hesitate to contact us for any doubt, inquiry or assistance you may need.