Ω Krill soft gels 590mg filled with exclusive new Purified and Concentrated krill oil, allows for 4 EU authorized health claims (EFSA) with a daily recommended intake of just 2 capsules.
A new and improved Formula, with many benefits. Reduced smell & taste.

Ω-Krill oil 590mg from Norway, contains:

Total Phospholipids 330mg
Phosphatidylocholine 283mg
Choline 41mg

Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 159mg
EPA(eicosapentaenoic acid) 89mg
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 41mg
Astaxanthin 50μg

Energy: 5kcal/capsule
Next generation OMEGA-3 with Vanilla smell and deodorized oil.
Non GMO Product
Gluten free
Good for your heart, your liver, your brain, weight management, Performance –Sports.

Easier encapsulation
Better visual appearance

PL (phospholipids)Standard Krill Oil Purified Ω Krill Oil
TG (triglycerides)
Salts (e.g. TMAO)

PL (phospholipids) Purified Krill Oil
TG (triglycerides) Concentrated Krill Oil

LONG CHAIN OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS – EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)

Essential nutrients that benefit the heart, joints, brain, skin and eyes.

A particular class of fatty acids that are found in fat and membranes or are used as energy.

The functions of EPA and DHA in the human body are monifold.Among other functions,they promote a healthy heart,and contribute to keep blood triglyceride levels and blood pressure normal. DHA in particular also contributes to normal brain function and vision. DHA is further important for children in that it contributes to eye development of the fetus and to normal visual developments of infants.
Recognized health benefits documented in more than 30,000 publications.
EPA consists of 20 carbons and five double bonds and can be converted into DHA.
DHA is the longest fatty acid chain, with 22 carbons and six double bonds.
But since the human body cannot efficiently make EPA and DHA on its own, it is important that these fatty acids are supplied via the diet.


A lipid consisting of a phosphate and glycerol group and two fatty acids.
The best delivery form for EPA & DHA.
Represent the building blocks of all cell membranes.


The fatty acid composition of the phospholipids in krill oil was recently described in two studies. These found that the majority of EPA and DHA are contained in the phosphatidylcholine form. Choline, the head-group of phospatidylcholine, is an essential human nutrient.

In addition to being an important component of phospho¬lipids, choline is also used by the body to produce acetyl¬choline, a neurotransmitter that is involved in neuronal net¬works associated with memory. This is important because aging decreases the availability of neurotransmitters like acetylcholine. Hence, it has been hypothesized by some researchers that supplementation of choline-containing compounds, such as phosphatidylcholine, might stimulate the production of acetylcholine and confer a possible ben¬eficial impact on the central nervous system.

Choline supplementation is especially important for veg¬etarians, vegans and people who over-consume alcohol, since these groups are known to have an elevated risk of choline deficiency. Choline deficiency not only increases the risk of developing liver dysfunction, but it could also interfere with memory.

The long-lasting effect of choline ad¬ministration on rodent spatial memory function seems to involve changes in the hippocampus. There is also some evidence to suggest a high intake of choline might reduce the risk of breast and colorectal cancers.


Rich in Astaxanthin, a very potent antioxidant carotenoid with anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier. It can neutralize free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can damage cells and increase the risk for age-related diseases, cancer, and heart disease.

Astaxanthin gives krill oil its deep red color and has been associated with protecting lipids and low-density lipoproteins (LDL) from oxidation, keeping them naturally fresh and stable over time – i.e., a natural preservative which means no additives are necessary to maintain its long-term stability.

Furthermore, research suggests that it might be beneficial for cardiovascular health because it increases the “good” HDL-cholesterol and lowers triglyceride levels in both animals and humans.