When I was asked if I’d like to review Everest Nutrition Krill Oil – I was more than happy to do so. I had heard there were benefits of omega 3 krill oil but didn’t realize there was such a difference between fish oil vs. krill oil until performing this review. You see, I have been wanting to try Krill Oil for some time now to see if I would experience any side effects before I combined it with a few other nutritional supplements in which I was going to give to my daughter in hopes to ease her ADD and anxiety issues.
Krill Oil specifically contains Omega-3’s and Everest Krill Oil is said to contain 300mg, along with 165mg EPA and 95 DHA, which is more potent over other brands of Krill Oil.
Take a look at what Krill Oil has been confirmed to have the ability to do:
- Improve memory and brain function
- Reduce heart disease
- Regulate cholesterol levels
- Lower risk of arthritis
- Lower the risk of cancer
- Improve moods
- Comfort during menstruation – reducing PMS
- Boosts Energy
- Reduce early aging skin lines
Krill Oil is safe for children and adults alike. My sister’s severely autistic grandson who is about 7 years old – takes this and other nutritional supplements to aid in managing his autism. I am currently taking the Everest Nutrition Krill Oil and thus far, I have had no side effects – no fish burps, no sulfur burps, no unpleasant after tastes – nothing. I’m impressed, as sulfur burps tend to visit me quite often when I eat shelled seafood. Sulfer burps were my main concern when I began taking the Krill Oil.
Now that I have tested out this Krill Oil – I feel it’s a safe bet to give this to my daughter. In fact, I am thinking this Krill Oil would be a great supplement for me long term given the benefits of the supplement.
I was provided a bottle of Krill Oil from Everest Nutrition to aid in facilitating this review through a BlogFriendlyPR campaign. All opinions are 100% those of FCS.