Krill Oil Supplements

Krill Oil Supplements

BioMer's "Krill Oil" capsules
An exciting new product containing 20% Higher Phospholipids (PL) than any other Krill Oil Brand

NZ$48.00 (fixed NZ price)
US$33.14 £24.70 (based on current exchange rate)
60 x 500mg capsules
Freight: NZ$12.95 (US$8.94 , £6.66) worldwide
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Krill Oil Supplements

Five Irrefutable reasons why BioMer Krill Oil is the most potent of all other Krill Oils

  1. 20% Higher Phospholipids (PL) than any other Krill Oil Brand, consequently 20% more Phosphatidylcholine (PC). This P.C. is the most important Phospholipid in our body, and is the major constituent of our trillions of cell membranes.
  2. Plant and Marine Phospholipids are very different in their structure. Marine PL, unlike Plant PL, have Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty acids such as DHA and EPA. The below excerpts are taken from “Health Effects of Dietary Phospholipids” an open access article. The value of having 20% more PC in every capsule is plain to see.*
  3. Bio-Mer has taken advantage of the high levels of PC in its Krill Oil by complexing one of the three curcuminoids, Demethoxycurcumin, to the Choline head group of the PC molecule. Research has shown that the marine Omega 3’s attach to 59% of the PC tails and 10% held an Omega 3 on both the tails. Couple this fact with a curcumin molecule complexed to the head group of the PC and you have an incredibly powerful combination.
  4. There is a lot of research proving that there is a strong synergy between the Omega 3’s and Curcumin on inflammation, the two attack the inflammation from different angles so they are not doubling up. Normally it is difficult to get enough Omega 3 with the curcumin to take advantage of this but by complexing the demethoxycurcumin to the PC this is easily achieved.
  5. Complexing the demethoxycurcumin to the PC has resulted in a 60 fold increase in the relative human absorption of as against the absorption resulting from taking an equivalent amount of curcumin C3 that has not been complexed. .“Journal of Natural Products” 2011, 74, p 664-669 On top of this the addition of piperine to the demethoxycurcumin has been shown to further increase the absorption level 26 fold

*“Marine phospholipids (MPL), carrying mainly n-3 FAs, have been described to reduce inflammatory reactions by the inhibition of prostaglandins of the series-2 (PGE2). Krill oil, a PC rich marine product extracted from an antarctic zooplankton crustacean was investigated for its anti-inflammatory effects in patients with cardiovascular and/or rheumatoid arthritis and elevated C-reactive protein (CRP) levels in a randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind, manufacturer-sponsored study. Treatment with krill oil (dosage of 300 mg daily) significantly reduced CRP levels and arthritic symptoms such as pain, joint stiffness and functional impairment, Deutsch L: Evaluation of the effect of Neptune Krill Oil on chronic inflammation and arthritic symptoms”. “Another interesting therapeutic use of PL from marine sources is the application of Krill oil for the effective treatment of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Since menstrual pain and cramps are supposed to be caused by n-6 FA mediated inflammation, the supplementation with n-3 FA could alleviate the mentioned symptoms. During a double-blind randomised clinical trial, krill oil was shown to be significantly more effective in reducing abdominal pain, swelling, breast tenderness and joint pain when compared to n-3 FAs from fish oil. Furthermore, Sampalis et al. found an improvement in the emotional symptoms of PMS with the supplementation of krill oil, since brain PLs, which have a high content of DHA, are involved in brain function. Krill oil has the potential to modulate neurotransmitters and thereby, to positively affect the emotional and psychological symptoms in women with PMS. This means that the n-3 FAs bound to PLs are much more effective than FFAs in alleviating the mentioned symptoms, which could be explained by a much more efficient transport mechanism”. Sampalis et al. “Evaluation of the effects of Neptune Krill Oil on the management of premenstrual syndrome and dysmenorrhea”. Altern Med Rev 2003, 8(2):171-179 And again in “Effects of krill oil containing n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in phospholipid form on human brain function: a randomized controlled trial in healthy elderly volunteers” Authors: Konagai C, Yanagimoto K, Hayamizu K, Han L, Tsuji T, Koga Y, Published Date September 2013 Volume 2013:8 Pages 1247 - 1257 Conclusion: This study provides evidence that n-3 PUFAs activate cognitive function in the elderly. This is especially the case with krill oil, in which the majority of n-3 PUFAs are incorporated into phosphatidylcholine, causing it to be more effective than sardine oil, in which n-3 PUFAs are present as triglycerides.

Bio-Mer® is registered as a RMP-licensed manufacturer with the New Zealand Food Safety Authority for the extraction and export of active Nutraceutical Products for human consumption. This stringent auditing and licensing process ensures that the highest standards are met for quality product development.

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