Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil Review

by Dr. Mercola
Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil
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Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil
Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2012-11-19
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Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil  Review

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Is Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil Right For You?

Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil is a nutritional supplement designed to support the overall health as well as specific systems, organs, or functions including the brain, memory, the liver function, the immune system and skin health. The mechanism of action as explained by the manufacturer Dr. Mercola is through the synergistic combination of essential Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.

The formula is offered by Dr. Joseph Mercola a licensed osteopathic physician active in the nutritional supplement industry for over 15 years. Dr. Joseph Mercola also owns an informative website with a comprehensive analysis of the various dietary supplements available on the market.

The formula’s advantages as compared to similar products are according to the manufacturer its composition which allows for a better absorption and a higher percentage of Omega-3 fats and antioxidants. Additionally, the formula is claimed to be more resistant to rancidity and to be free of mercury contamination and other common toxins associated with fish sources. These claims are not supported by real arguments because the developer does not reveal the source of its ingredients, nor does it provide any conclusive scientific results of comparative clinical testing to determine its formula’s superiority.

The formula is created for adult consumption. The correspondent version of this formula suitable for children is Kids’ Krill Oil.

$62.97

Ingredients of Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil

Dr. Mercola Antarctic Krill Oil includes the following ingredients: Pure Krill Oil, Phospholipids, Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA), Docosahexaenoic (DHA), Omega-6 fatty acids, Astaxanthin (as astaxanthin esters), fish gelatin capsule and shellfish (krill).

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