GO Healthy

GO Krill Oil 750mg

High potency source of omega 3 oil for heart, brain and joint health

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30 capsules
60 capsules

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Love this product, love that I have to only take one capsule per day. No fishy taste!!!

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Dosage:

Adults: Take 1 capsule daily. Can be taken anytime, with food or on an empty stomach. Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.

Description:

GO Krill Oil 750mg is a highly bio-available source of Omega 3 with antioxidants. Krill Oil contains Phospholipids which support the transport of Omega 3 into the cells giving greater absorption than regular Fish Oil.
Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids is essential for support of healthy brain function, focus and mental clarity.
Krill are part of the plankton family of crustaceans and to ensure sustainability  and GO Healthy NZ only use Krill harvested from the southern Antarctic Ocean under strict regulation governed by the International Convention of Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR).

Benefits:

  • High bioavailable source of Omega 3
  • Contains Astaxanthin - a powerful antioxidant
  • Whale and marine food chain friendly

Each capsule contains, 
Krill Oil 750mg
 - equiv. to Phospholipids 300mg
 - equiv. to Marine Triglycerides (Omega 3) 90mg
 - equiv. to Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 60mg
 - equiv. to Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 30mg
 - equiv. to Astaxanthin (Free) 150mcg
Pure krill oil is free from healthy metals, mercury, dioxins and pesticides. Mercury tested.
Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Avoid if allergic to seafood.
Discontinue at least 2 weeks prior to surgery.
Always read the label and take only as directed.
Consult your doctor prior to taking if on blood thinning medication.
If taking prescription medication or if in doubt, consult your Healthcare Professional.