Have you ever taken supplements like EPA and DHA to dampen inflammation like pains and aches or improve brain and heart function? This Misspep Krill Oil will be the best option in the future. Antarctic Krill Oil is extracted from Krill which inhabits the bottom of the food chain and has hardly any pollutants or heavy metals in its body. So it's a genuinely pure and natural source of nutrition that can improve our health.
It has abundant Omega-3 EPA and DHA, phospholipids & Astaxanthin.
Omega-3 EPA and DHA: They are only derived from food and we have to consume them through food. Support the brain, heart, and vision function.
Phospholipids Higher Absorbtion: Cell membranes are made of phospholipids and krill oil is packaged as phospholipids to provide us nutrition. So EPA and DHA in krill oil will enter into cell membranes much more easily to be absorbed much more quickly.
Natural Astaxanthin: Powerful Antioxidant that Neutralizes free radicals and protects cells from damage. Reduce inflammation.
- Offers a wealth of naturally occurring vitamins & minerals.
- Without any unpleasant fishy odor or burps: Patented purification process to eliminate odor from krill oil.
- Misspep 100% pure krill oil is 3x more pure than regular krill oil.
- Help support healthy bones and increase joint comfort.
- Increase immune system support.
Each bottle of Misspep Antarctic Krill Oil contains 30 softgels.
Highly concentrated Natural Active ingredients in each serving: 1200mg of Antarctic Krill Oil, 170mg of EPA, 90mg of DHA, 480mg of Phospholipids, and 300mcg of Astaxanthin a free radical-fighting antioxidant. The krill oil used is Friend of the Sea certified to protect the Antarctic ecosystem.
Serving Size: 2 Softgels
Serving Per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving
Krill Oil: 1200 mg
Omega-3 Fatty Acid: 295 mg
Omega-6 Fatty Acid: 230 mg
Omega-9 Fatty Acid: 120 mg
Eicosapentaenoic Acid(EPA): 170 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid(DHA): 90 mg
Phospholipids: 480 mg
Astaxanthin: 300 mcg
How to Take it
As a dietary supplement, adults take two(2) softgels daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Note: Avoid using krill oil or use it cautiously if you have a seafood allergy.