UltraKrill+D - Pure Encapsulations
UltraKrill+D provides a powerful, activated omega-3 blend with the following key distinctions: EPA/DHA bound to phospholipids, 2.1 mg astaxanthin per serving for enhanced omega-3 stability, and Vitamin D3 for enhanced inflammation balance support. UltraKrill+D krill oil blend is obtained from a sustainable and eco-friendly supply chain aimed to maintain the conservation of marine living resources by sourcing its Krill biomass only from CCAMLR Member monitored vessels and facilities.
EPA and DHA bound to phospholipids, as found naturally in krill, allows for increased bioavailability of EPA and DHA. Phospholipids provide enhanced transport of fatty acids into cells. This efficiency means less EPA and DHA are required per serving to provide omega-3 health benefits. UltraKrill+D provides 588 mg phospholipids, 210 mg EPA and 126mg DHA per serving.
|Ingredients||Serving Size: 2 Caplique™ capsules
Amount Per Serving:
calories ... 15
calories from fat ... 15
total fat ... 1.5g
vitamin D3 ... 1, 000 IU
krill oil blend ... 1, 400mg (shellfish/fish oil blend)
omega-3 fatty acids ... 420mg
EPA ... 210mg
DHA ... 126mg
phospholipids ... 588mg
astaxanthin ... 2.1mg
Other ingredients: fish Caplique™ capsule
|Suggested Use||Take 2 Caplique™ Capsules per day, with a meal.|
|Precautions||Contains fish and shellfish.
If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product. Theoretically, krill oil may have side effects similar to fish oils, including burping, gastrointestinal upset or indigestion, nausea, diarrhea or abdominal bloating. It is recommended that individuals taking more than 2, 000 i.u. vitamin D per day have their blood levels monitored. Large doses of vitamin D can cause hypercalcemia, signs include headache, weakness, nausea, vomiting, and constipation. Individuals with hyperparathyroidism or kidney disease are at particular risk. Consult your physician for more information.
Krill oil may be contra-indicated with blood thinning medications. Vitamin D may result in hypercalcemia in certain individuals taking digoxin or thiazide diuretics. Consult your physician for more information.
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