The omega-3 found in krill oil can help support “healthy inflammation” and promote joint health to help you enjoy your daily activities. Finally, a natural solution!

What causes stiff, sore joints?

In a word, inflammation.

Inflammation is a normal part of your body’s defense system. When something irritates your body, your body tries to get rid of it and heal itself. This causes inflammation, and is actually a good sign. This is known as “healthy inflammation.”

However, there is such a thing as too much inflammation. When this happens, cartilage and tissue in your joints can start breaking down, and that’s what causes pain and stiffness.

Why is krill oil good for your joints?

Krill oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA) that can play a vital role in preventing the inflammation that is harmful to your joints.

The Omega-3 in krill oil are more effective than those in fish oil because krill oil containsphospholipids, which carry more Omega-3 fatty acids to where they are needed the most in the body.

Let’s look at some science

A study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that krill oil can have results in as few as 7 days! In fact, the study followed 90 patients with arthritis and within a week, those taking krill oil showed a 19% decrease in inflammation, a 29% drop in pain and 20% less stiffness. What a relief!

The right balance

Although some Omega-6 fats are beneficial to your health, too much can actually trigger inflammation and work against the benefits of Omega-3. Since North American diets tend to be quite rich in Omega-6, it is important to supplement with a good source of Omega-3 – like krill oil, which has a better ratio of these fats than other sources such as fish oil.

What krill oil should I choose? 

My best recommendation: Read labels and compare products before purchasing.

You’ll notice that OCEANO3 krill oil boasts 300 mg per gram of omega-3, which is currently the highest level on the market.

All you need is one OCEANO3 softgel daily to help fight the symptoms of arthritic pain and stiffness in as few as seven days. It’s powerful stuff.