http://www.heartnew247.com/angirx/ - Nature's Bounty Cod Liver Oil Review - Does Nature's Bounty Cod Liver Oil Work? Unfortunately Nature’s Bounty Krill Oil contains virtually no omega 3 phospholipids. In order for krill oil to be similar to the krill oils that have been researched for heart, brain and joint health, the oil should contain at least 40% omega 3 phospholipids. It's mainly the presence of omega 3 phospholipids that makes krill oil different from fish oil and may justify the premium price at which krill oil is sold. The phospholipids not only make krill oil different from fish oil, but also account for most of the costs. It’s sad that companies sell a krill oil supplement with virtually no phospholipids, if that confuses consumers, who could believe that they are buying a comparable supplement at a much lower price. Let’s be blunt: Nature’s Bounty's krill oil quality is more like a fish oil, because fish oil has no significant amount of phospholipids either. Therefore the Nature's Bounty price should be compared with fish oil rather than with krill oil. Nature’s Bounty claims nevertheless on the label that their krill oil is “triple strength”. Although they don’t explain where that claim is based on, we can speculate that Nature's Bounty compares their 1,000 mg capsule of krill oil with one 300 mg krill oil capsule from the competition. If that’s the measure, then it’s triple indeed. But is it in all honesty also triple “strength” if their krill oil contains virtually no omega 3 phospholipids? If you're looking for a natural treatment for heart blockage that Work? We advise you to check out Angirx at http://www.angirx.com before you buy anything.
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