DISCLAIMER: Everest Nutrition provided me with a free bottle of Krill Oil review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a giveaway in return for the free product.
When I write a review I always want to give an honest yet fair opinion of the product or service. I realized once I agreed to do the product review and giveaway for Everest Nutrition I was probably not the best person to do a review. Here’s why …
My Current Daily Vitamin Regimen
As someone who has always been interested in health and nutrition, I have taken vitamins since I was in my early 20s. At one point I thought, why bother and stopped. After four months, even eating well, I noticed visible changes in my hair, skin and nails. I began taking vitamins again and things improved. I knew then it was important for me to always supplement my diet. The brands and types have changed over the years as my health needs have changed, but I haven’t stopped since.
I decided to swap out my Flax Seed Oil for the Krill Oil as their benefits seemed to be the closest. As I began taking Flax Seed Oil for brain function, I wanted to take Krill Oil for the same purpose. (To give the fairest test I would have have had to take the Krill Oil for 90-days, not 30.)
When I asked Everest Nutrition if that had any information compare the two, this is what they said;
Krill Oil is much more potent with a higher concentration and easily absorbed than Flax Seed Oil. Flax Seed Oil contains ALA which the body needs to convert to the active ingredients EPA and DHA. The human body is not very efficient at this conversion and you may only be seeing the benefits from 10–15% of what your actual dose (and for those that are not in the best health, they may not be able to convert it at all), so you would need to take a lot more Flax Seed Oil for the same results that Krill Oil can provide. Krill Oil absorbs right into the cells due to its phospholipid form.
As I felt great the whole time I was taking the Krill Oil, as well as being armed with the above information, plus the slew of nutritional and benefit information on their website, far too much to repost here! I decided once my current supply of Flax Seed Oil has been depleted, I would replace it with Krill Oil.
Now is your chance to try it. Win a bottle of Everest Nutrition Krill Oil!
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