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Anyone tried Krill Oil? I currently take Advil ALL THE TIME. I see a lot of ads for this. they say things like - "No more ibuprofen…eat THIS instead! Heart disease, blood clots, strokes, and kidney failure. These are just some of the gruesome side effects that can be found on the back of a bottle of Ibuprofen. And to top it all off, Ibuprofen doesn’t even address the main cause of your problem. It’s only temporary pain relief. You don't need to just alleviate your pain - you need to fight INFLAMMATION.That’s why researchers are saying this one natural food is outperforming Ibuprofen, Advil, and Tylenol. And it doesn’t have the dangerous side effects mentioned above either!" Any truth or experience with this?

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6 Science-Based Health Benefits of Krill Oil

Krill oil is high in important omega-3 fatty acids. Here are six science-based health benefits of krill oil.

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So i'm really interested in this bc as I understand it, the omega-3s in krill oil help prevent heart attacks and strokes. Studies also show that krill oil helps lower blood pressure and triglyceride levels, which are both risk factors for heart disease. One study has shown a link between omega-3 consumption and reduced levels of anxiety. I have or my family history has high risk for all of these so I'm very drawn to any form of mitigation. #MEDITATION (mindfulness)


However, I also read that hose who consume krill oil may develop stomach discomfort. This may show up as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or upset stomach. The high amount of omega-3 fatty acids in krill oil or a person's sensitivity to the oil may be to blame for these effects. #Gut Health
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KRILL OIL: Overview, Uses, Side Effects, Precautions, Interactions, Dosing and Reviews

Banni, S., Carta, G., Murru, E., Cordeddu, L., Giordano, E., Sirigu, A. R., Berge, K., Vik, H., Maki, K. C., Di, Marzo, V, and Griinari, M. Krill oil significantly decreases 2-arachidonoylglycerol pla

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I take fish oil primarily for managing blood pressure and triglyceride levels. Seems the omega-3s in Krill Oil does the same, so i'll try that out instead of my next refill


i'm finally buying into the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids but went with the tried and true fish oil. not only is it cheaper, but its been studied more so i felt it was the better choice.



I have used fish oil, krill oil and vitamin D to lower inflammation. They all work for me...

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