Daiwa Health Development has debuted its omega-3 joint support supplement on Amazon. The brand’s recent blog post suggests krill oil positively affects cholesterol levels.
Gardena, CA , Oct 12, 2020 /prREACH/ -- Daiwa Health Development has recently launched its omega 3 joint support supplement with Antarctic krill oil on Amazon. The brand is committed to offering high-quality, well-researched, naturally derived supplements to benefit an individual’s quality of life.
Learn more about the joint support supplement at https://www.amazon.com/omega-3-joint-support-supplement/dp/B07Y335FH9.
Fish oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. It has a long history as a promoter of heart and brain health, managing inflammation and maintaining healthy cholesterol within a normal range. The World Health Organization recommends 1-2 servings (3.5 ounces cooked per serving) of fish per week; however, those who do not consume the suggested servings can take fish oil supplements to get the recommended amount of omega-3.
In fish oil, the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) omega-3 fatty acids are bound to triglycerides, a form of fat the body stores primarily for future energy consumption. A senior spokesperson for the company notes, “Triglycerides don’t disperse in fluids and tend to float at the top of the stomach fluids, which can result in the fishy burps commonly associated with fish oil supplements.”
Daiwa Health Development has chosen Antarctic krill as its preferred source of omega-3 over traditional fish oil. Krill are plentiful, tiny, bright pink, shrimp-like crustaceans that have a greater bioavailability. Krill oil is the only marine oil that includes omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids and antioxidants, including astaxanthin. The body utilizes the phospholipid form of omega-3 much better than others in promoting cellular function. Phospholipids are also easily absorbed by stomach fluids. Also, krill oil is an excellent source of omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids and vitamins A and E.
The company’s recent blog post reports that krill oil supplements are more effective in positively affecting cholesterol levels, and many experts favor krill as the recommended product to consumers. It reads, “Krill oil is not as common as other cholesterol products on the market, but independent tests suggest that krill oil is more effective in maintaining cholesterol than its fish counterpart.”
The blog post states that both krill and fish products contain omega-3 fatty acids consisting of EPA and DHA. These two essential fatty acids are known to diminish triglycerides and manage inflammation, which are two things that are detrimental to a person’s blood vessels. “What is different about krill concentrate, however, is that its fatty acids are more absorbable inside a person’s body and contain more antioxidants. What this functioning means is that the concentrate is likely to do more and be put more to use when inside your body, compared to fish oil,” the company explains.
Although omega-3 krill oil can contribute to improved HDL levels (“good” cholesterol), the company adds that exercise and a change in diet should be used in conjunction with krill oil supplements.
Satisfied Amazon customers have already been experiencing positive results with Antarctic krill oil. One commenter is happy to report, “I've taken different brands of fish/omega oils before. But this product was the first that I could genuinely feel a difference after taking it regularly. Personally, I felt mentally sharper, and my complexion shifted (so much so I ditched the foundation). I also suffer from scalp psoriasis, and after a full week of this krill oil, my scalp patches have started to dissipate. I am looking forward to seeing how much more it clears up after a full month.”
Those interested in additional information about Daiwa Health Development and its omega-3 supplement should visit the company’s Amazon storefront or official website at https://dhdusa.net/.