Omega-3s can offer additional benefits such as: reducing joint pain associated with osteoarthritis, relief of symptoms of PMS and menstrual cramps, support of a healthy brain and cognitive function. Certain fatty acids are considered “essential” because they cannot be produced in the body and must be obtained from our diet or through supplements.
What's the difference between Omega and Krill Oils? Krill is made from small crustaceans, not fatty fish, and typically contains more EPA. It's really personal preference on which one you choose to take. Both have great benefits with DHA and EPA. Still not sure which one is better suited for you? Try the What Should I Take? quiz.
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