Kori Krill Oil Blog
What are the side effects of fish oil?
Common fish oil side effects include: fishy smelling burps from acid reflux, diarrhea, and nausea, upset stomach or stomach pain. Krill Oil is alternative source of Omega-3s to fish oil that has phospholipids for better digestion in our water-based bodies and no fishy aftertaste.
Why Doesn't Kori Krill Oil Cause Fishy Burps?
Unlike fish oil, Kori Krill Oil retains the natural phospholipid form of Omega-3s that is found in fish. These phospholipids support Omega-3 digestion in our water-based bodies so there is no fishy aftertaste with Kori Krill Oil. See it for yourself!
What are the benefits of fish oil?
Fish oils, along with krill oils and other marine sources, provide essential Omega-3 nutrients your body needs, especially if you do not regularly consume fatty fish. Omega-3s have lots of benefits for your overall health.
Do you feel older than your age? You're not alone!
We conducted a survey of Americans aged 25-45. 64% of these adults feel physically older than their actual age, according to our new research. Yet mentally, 73% feel younger than they really are. Read more about what we learned.
Are krill harvested in an eco-friendly way?
For several years, the Antarctic krill fishery has been a source of controversy, mainly because of the perception that it is not sustainable. But now, based on several studies and research reports, many experts have found the opposite to be true.