Krill are shrimp-like crustaceans and are found in all the world’s oceans, especially in the icy Antartic waters.
They’re near the bottom of the food chain and they feed on phytoplankton. This is the reason why they are not polluted by hevy metals and pesticide as many other fihes are.
The fishery of Antarctic krill is regulated by CCAMLR (Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living ) and seems to be one of the most eco- friendly fishing. The biomass of Antarctic krill is estimated to be 500 million tonnes and seems to be an endless supply. The annual catch of this small crustacean corresponds to the 1% of the total krill eaten by whales, penguins seals and sea birds.
Krill oil composition
Krioil is 100% pure Rimfrost Antartic krill:
Krioil is a valuable source of phospholipid-bound omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) and Astaxanthin. 100% pure krill oil, nothing else added.
Why Not Just Take common omega-3?
Unlike common fish oil, Krioil dissolves easily in your stomach. That means no reflux sensation or unpleasant aftertaste.