Everest Nutrition Krill Oil Review & Giveaway

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I was intrigued by the krill oil as I knew it was something like fish oil, which our previous doctor — before an insurance change — was really “into” for decreasing cholesterol. When I used to have high cholesterol, I liked the idea of taking fish oil far more than prescription cholesterol-lowering medication, even though ultimately I ended up taking both.

I was surprised to learn that the word “krill” means “whale food” in Norwegian. Admittedly, it was not too appealing to me at first to be consuming what whales consume, but upon more thought I realized that whales and I likely share many fish and seafood preferences.

The other interesting idea with taking krill oil or fish oil is the concept that good oils or fats can help. In other words, all fats are not bad.

The Everest Nutrition krill oil labeling is clear and attractive in a conservative way with its sea-like blue hues and white type. The font used may be a bit small for the typical audience that could be in the “reading glasses phase” of life.

I found the krill oil to be tasteless — which I consider critical for something made of fish or seafood — and easy to swallow. I know sometimes there is a fishy-tasting burp problem with similar oils, but I didn’t find any such issue or any aftertaste at all with this type. I didn’t notice any gastrointestinal problems, which I know can occur with fish oil.

The Everest Nutrition bottle mentions that krill oil is “clinically shown to: promote cardiovascular health, support joint health and relieve PMS symptoms.” As far as the impact of the krill oil on my health, it is really indeterminate, as I’ve only taken them for a couple of weeks and I’m not set up to do a proper study controlling for all the factors involved. I trust that the effects are positive, however.

What I read indicated that there is yet inadequate research on the safety and side effects of krill oil, so I would hope that such studies would be completed soon to give the public more information about using krill oil.

Check out more the full range of Krill Oil benefits by visiting Everest Nutrition.

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This review was written by Lisa for The Mama Report.

I received the above mentioned product for review purposes, all opinions are my own.

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  1. The pin the giveaway on pinterest doesn’t work. There’s no picture and no description of what it is. Just thought I’d tell you. Thank you for the cool giveaway! 🙂

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