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Krill Oil Extraction Methods

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Krill Oil Product Recommendation

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Vitamin K

Vitamin K helps the body make proteins for bones and tissues, and it makes proteins for blood clotting. A deficiency in vitamin K can lead to excessive bleeding.[1] But where do we get vitamin K? What else can it do for us? Are some forms better than others – and can we get enough from… read more »

Vitamin D

Critical For Optimal Health The most obvious benefit for D is in relation to bone health – it’s absolutely critical for calcium absorption. But turns out deficiencies of vitamin D have been implicated in diseases from autism to cancer to heart disease and more.[1] Why Most People Don’t Get Enough Vitamin D Vitamin D is… read more »

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is essential to repairing and maintaining bones, teeth and cartilage. It’s needed to form collagen – a protein that’s used to make skin, cartilage and blood vessels. Vitamin C is vital for the repair and growth of tissues, and helping to heal wounds.[1] Vitamin C is also an antioxidant, and can help protect… read more »

Sea Buckthorn

According to legend, in the 12th Century BC, ancient Far East warriors turned their horses out to die after a battle. They were shocked when the horses came back days later rejuvenated with shiny coats. The miracle was traced to the sea buckthorn plant. From then on it was known as “Life Oil.” And today,… read more »


Magnesium is needed by every organ in the body, including the muscles, kidneys and heart. It also forms bones and teeth, regulates calcium levels, activates enzymes and contributes to energy production. Magnesium is essential for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body.[1] Are you getting enough magnesium? If not, what might happen? And what’s the… read more »