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No.  if you have a blood coagulation disorder or are taking anticoagulatns such as Warfarin (Coumadin), do not use Krill Oil.
No.  If you have an allergy to shell fish you should not consume Krill Oil.
It depends on the age of the child. For teenagers it goes by body weight; 60kg (132 pounds) or less - 300mg per day (or less than a single soft gel), if more than 60kg it is 500mg per day (one softgel). They should also take it in the morning.
We use Antartic Pure Neptune Krill Oil and the findings have found that it has more antioxidant power than normal fish oils. This is why you don't have to consume as much. You are more than welcome to consume more to meet the normal fish oil levels. I...
Omega-3 fats are polyunsaturated fats that are found in significant quantities in several plants and plant oils (eg. canola, linseed, soy and walnut) and in even greater quantities in many varieties of seafood. The evidence is now quite strong that omega-...
Research has shown that fish oils (EPA and DHA) play a crucial role in the prevention of atherosclerosis, heart attack, depression, and cancer. Clinical trials have shown that fish oil supplementation is effective in the treatment of many disorders includ...
Omega-3 fats are found in flaxseed oil, walnut oil, and marine plankton and fatty fish. The main sources of omega-6 fats are vegetable oils such as corn oil and soy oil that contain a high proportion of linoleic acid. The main component of flaxseed and ...
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