I Give You the Recommended Krill Oil Dosage

Good morning everyone, this morning I am going to tell you about the recommended dose for krill oil. I will be quoting the actual doses.

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Krill oil can be very powerful, and may produce beneficial results for you in a very short period. You should start with the recommended dose for a while, and then start to make small adjustments, either up or down, noticing how you feel. This will help you to find the best dose for you.

Small individuals; small individuals should start with a dosage of 2grams of krill oil for the first couple of weeks. After that, switch to a maintenance dosage of 1 gram daily. Average sized individuals; start with a dose of 1.5 grams per day. For a 500gm gel cap, that would translate to 3 caps per day. Maintain this dosage for 2-4 weeks, switching to a maintenance dose of 1 gram or 2 gel caps daily.

Large sized individuals; the the dosage for larger sized individuals Best Legal Steroids Online is the same as for average sized individuals, but the starting dose should be maintained for 4 weeks before switching to a maintenance dose.
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They go on to say, in different words, that the side effects are about the same as those experienced by those that take fish oil. They say that while they, krill oil are more expensive than fish oil, they have no aftertaste as fish oil does. This makes me mad, as fresh fish oil has no taste whatsoever. Not like the old days when our parents used to give us rancid cod liver oil.

And they are right about being more expensive, to obtain the same amount of DHA from krill oil as you would with fish oil, you would be paying 8 times as much. All for the same or even less benefits than you would get from fish oil. Krill oil is low in DHA and only contains about 9% DHA.

The krill oil manufacturers do not purify their oil as they say that the krill are too small to pick up contaminations. What a load of rot. It has been proved that the krill contain organochlorine pesticides, which they pass along in the food chain.