Integration of krill oil into cell membranes

Krillan® contains phospholipids omega 3 fatty acids

Krill oil contains phospholipids which are similar to phospholipids in human cell membrane. This new generation of phospholipid omega-3s is better recognized and utilized by the body than omega 3 fatty acids comming from other marine sources. Powered by these phospholipids, Krillan ensures the delivery of the key fatty acids EPA and DHA to various parts of the human body,such as the brain, and joints.

Krill omega-3s are transported and integrated into cell membranes quicker and more efficiently because they are bound to phospholipids. As part of cell membranes, the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA have the ability to influence fluidity of the membranes, signaling processes, and metabolic parameters in the cell. In other words, the more omega-3 in your cells, the more flexible they are and the better they function.

Krillan® also contains powerfull antioxidant Asthaxantin.

Antioxidants enter blood and scavenge for DNA-damaging free radicals. Free radicals are formed when a molecule in  cells loses an electron. This can be triggered by the presence of environmental factors such as pollution, radiation, herbicides or smoking (among many other agents). Free-radical activity can can begin a chain reaction that will damage living cells, something that accumulates with age.