Krill Oil Dosing

Krill oil dosing depends on why you are taking the oil. Most health concerns should improve with a dose of 300 to 1000 mg of krill oil a day. If you have joint pain, improvement may be seen in just a few weeks. For high cholesterol or premenstrual syndrome it may take a few months to see results.

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Wooden Spoon, Measuring Spoons and Rolling Pin

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Taking krill oil daily may also improve.....

• Hair

• Skin

• Nails

• Relieve allergy symptoms

• Enhance brain function

• Improve general feelings of wellness

Dosage Used by Studies

• PMS - - - - - - - - - 600 mg daily

• Cholesterol - - - - - 1000 mg daily to lower/500 mg daily maintenance

• Joint Pain/Inflammation - - 300 mg daily

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Not All Krill Oil Products Are The Same

Not all krill oil products are the same. Make sure you are buying patented Neptune Krill Oil by checking the label’s Supplement Facts box. This patented supplement is the only krill oil to date that uses a proprietary cold-extraction process that keeps all of the bioactive ingredients of the oil intact.

In 2002, the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) reviewed and accepted Neptune Krill Oil as a New Dietary Ingredient for human consumption on the U.S. market. Also, the FDA has concluded that a daily intake of EPA and DHA of up to 3 grams is generally recognized as safe. Dosages as high as 3 to 8 grams of omega-3 fatty acids per day show basically no significant adverse effects.

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