Tri-KRILL Oil For Pets Pump
Tri-Krill™ contains high levels of one of the most powerful natural antioxidants called Astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is a carotenoid molecule from the same family as beta-carotene, lycopene, and zeaxanthin, though astaxanthin appears to be more active in quenching superoxide, hydroxyl, and other radical species. Recent studies suggest that astaxanthin has anti-inflammatory action, inhibiting cytokine cascades in a number of trials of cardiovascular health, respiratory health, joint health, athletic performance, and others.
Krill oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which is the main reason it’s a popular nutritional supplement.
Krill oil is contains an antioxidant called astaxanthin. The algae that krill eat produce the bright red pigment astaxanthin that gives krill and other crustaceans such as lobster and shrimp their reddish-pink color.
Unlike fish oil, krill oil doesn’t cause fishy burps or an after taste. Also, krill oil contains higher amounts of astaxanthin than fish oil.
Suggested use: Add 1 pump per 10lbs. of body weight to your pet’s food per day. You may double the dose for inflammation support. Consult your veterinarian if needed.
Pets with allergies to seafood shouldn’t use krill oil.
Tri- KRILL™ Pump For Pets contains 500 pumps per bottle. Use one pump for every 10 pounds of body weight per day, thats a 250 Day supply for a 20 pound pet.
Tri- KRILL™ contains more astaxanthin per serving than any other plain krill oil product on the market.
Tri-KRILL™ is sourced directly from the Antarctic which combines the power of Krill Phospholipids with 20X astaxanthin per serving in an easy-to-use pump. We add genuine AstaREAL® astaxanthin to enhance the naturally occurring astaxanthin that krill oil contains twenty times stronger, the highest level in any krill pump.
Benefits of Astaxanthin*:
- Physical Endurance and Muscle Recovery
- Eye Fatigue
- Skin Health
- Immune Response
Benefits of Tri-Krill™*:
- Arthritis Relief
- Krill oil contains Choline which is found in krill phospholipids as part of the Phosphatidyl choline molecule. Choline is not found in fish triglycerides. Choline has critical functions as a precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
*Individual results may vary