Frequently Asked Questions

Is krill oil dangerous to my liver?

Omega-3 fats, like the ones found in krill oil are less taxing on your liver than hydrogenated and trans fats.
A study published in the journal, PLoS One found that krill oil supplementation reduced the amount of fat in the liver by 60% in rats.
Krill oil may actually support liver health by providing easily absorbed, metabolized and health-promoting omega-3s for the liver to process.

Being in the phospholipid form makes krill oil one of the easiest to digest and absorb omega-3s available, taking stress off of the liver.

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