Krill Oil provides phospholipid-bound, high-absorption omega-3s

Krill are Antarctic’s life-sustaining superfood 

Krill are shrimp-like crustaceans that contain omega-3s and antioxidants. Research has shown omega-3s provide multiple benefits for the heart, eyes, joints, brain, skin and more.*
Both krill oil and fish oil provide omega-3s, yet krill oil provides a slightly different form of omega-3s with other unique benefits making it ideal to add it to your daily use of other omega-3 supplements. 

Phospholipid-bound omega-3s for better absorption 

A high percentage of the omega-3s (EPA and DHA) in our krill oil are bound to phospholipids. This means the body can absorb it right into cell membranes without it having to be broken down.*

One study showed those who took 2,000 mg a day of our Superba™ Krill Oil for 2 weeks increased their Omega-3 Index score by 45%. After 8 weeks of use, it went up by 125%. An improvement in the Omega-3 Index (ratio of combined EPA and DHA to other fatty acids in red blood cells) is a strong indicator of cardiovascular health benefits.*   

Turbo-charged omega-3s

Some preliminary research suggests that krill oil, when compared to other omega-3 sources, may have additional benefits in supporting PMS issues, certain heart health parameters and cognitive and immune health.*

No fishy aftertaste—easy digesting 

Because a high percentage of our krill is phospholipid bound, it disperses in stomach fluids instead of sitting on top of stomach fluids like other oils. This makes krill oil easier to digest and eliminates any fishy aftertaste. 

Astaxanthin antioxidant support — better stability

Krill oil naturally contains antioxidant support factors that protect omega-3s making the oil exceptionally stable. Some experts have estimated the ORAC value (antioxidant measurement) of krill oil to be up to 34 times higher than coenzyme Q10. The most potent of these is astaxanthin, which gives krill its distinctive red color. These antioxidant support factors may have additional benefits for skin and heart health over and above krill’s omega-3 content.* 

Purely sustainable—from Antarctica  

Our krill oil is produced by Aker BioMarine and has been awarded certificates for its eco-friendly harvesting and sustainable fishing practices. It’s made only from wildly grown krill from the cold pristine waters of Antarctica, so there’s no accumulation of contaminants that can be found in marine life higher on the food chain. 

Directions: Take 2 softgels daily. 


Try Lindberg Superba™ Krill Oil today and boost your omega-3 intake with amazing krill oil!* 


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