Dr. John Douillard: Fish Oil vs. Krill Oil

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Thought for the Day

  • Krill Oil for Joint inflammation
  • Fish oil for heart & NS health

In this brief video Dr, John Douillard makes a compelling argument about the distant benefits of both Krill and Fish Oil.

Krill Oil

  • Cold-water Ocean Life
  • Extremely Short Chain Fatty Acids
  • Not high in EPA or DHA
  • Beneficial to Joint Cartilage
  • Decreases Joint Inflammation

Fish Oil

  • High in EPA & DHA, Omega 3-Fatty Acids
  • Benefits Heart Health, Blood Pressure
  • Decreases Overall Inflammation
  • Lubricates the Skin
  • Benefits Brain Health & Mood Stabilization
  • Helps Prevent Obesity

 

 

Dr. John Douillard, DC, CAP is a globally recognized leader in the fields of natural health, Ayurveda, and sports medicine. He is the creator of LifeSpa.com, the leading Ayurvedic health and wellness resource on the web with over 5 million views on YouTube. LifeSpa.com is evolving the way Ayurveda is understood around the world, with over 800 articles and videos proving ancient wisdom with modern science. Dr. John is the former Director of Player Development and nutrition expert for the New Jersey Nets NBA team, bestselling author of 7 health books, a repeat guest on the Dr. Oz show, and featured in USA Today, LA Times, and dozens of other national publications. He has been in practice for over 30 years and has seen over 100,000 patients. Dr. John directs LifeSpa, the 2013 Holistic Wellness Center of the year in Boulder, CO.

For more information from Dr. John Douillard visit him at lifespa.com.

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2 thoughts on “Dr. John Douillard: Fish Oil vs. Krill Oil

  1. This is also the question that I always ask. When it comes to krill oil vs fish oil, which one is better? I know that both of them have their own health benefits. However, I’ve recently heard the issue on mercury toxicity that we can get in some fish and its content. I guess this is also the reason why I prefer taking krill oil supplement. Besides, it is recommended by our family doctor. Been taking it for a long time now.

  2. Hi Valerie –
    Thanks for the great comments. As always it comes down to knowing and trusting the source of your supplements. If you have any questions I would call or email the manufacturer of your brand to see if they have done testing on the mercury levels of your fish/krill oil and to have them send you the results. Also ask them about their source of fish, quality control and continued testing. Have them earn your business.
    Hope that helpful.

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