- Feeding Instructions
WHOLISTIC KRILL OIL FOR ANTIOXIDANT SUPPORT
100% pure omega-3 krill oil from the pristine waters of Antarctica.
Contains high levels of powerful antioxidants including Vitamin A and E, and natural occurring astaxanthin. Antioxidants like astaxanthin have been shown to aid in the elimination of harmful molecules called “free radicals.”
Astaxanthin serves as one of the most powerful antioxidants that can be absorbed by the body. The body requires antioxidants to help bring balance, and help heal damaged cellular structures. Antioxidants fight the process of oxidation, which leads to cellular breakdown over time.
Astaxanthin is unique in that it is highly bioavailable throughout the body. The skin, muscles, ligaments, eyes, nervous system, cardiovascular system, and internal organs can all reap the benefits of Astaxanthin.
- Delivers Total Body Health™
- Vitamin A & E
- Natural "off" switch for the free radicals
- Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids aid in healthy skin, a beautiful coat AND an optimally functioning immune system.
Friend of the Sea strives to make sustainability a reality, involving more and more key players in the project. Friend of the Sea leads fisheries which join the certification program to adopt selective fishing methods, reduce ecosystem impact and manage within maximum sustainable yield. The certification also ensures high quality standards in terms of energy efficiency and social accountability.
Wild Antarctic Krill Oil
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS PER 1/4 TSP*:
|Omega-3 Fatty Acids||240 mg|
|Total Phospholipids||100 mg|
|- EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)||90 mg|
|- DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)||50 mg|
(4 OZ & 8 OZ)
For dogs and cats of all ages.
|Dogs 2 - 20 lbs||1/4 teaspoon|
|Dogs 21 - 40 lbss||1/2 teaspoon|
|Dogs 41 - 80 lbs||3/4 teaspoon|
|Dogs 81 lbs. and over||1 teaspoon|
|Cats 1 - 10 lbs||1/8 teaspoon|
|Cats 11 lb and over||1/4 teaspoon|
Consult your veterinarian before using this product in animals with clotting disorders, a history of urinary tract stones, diabetes, or any other metabolic disorder causing hyperglycemia, animals being treated with anticoagulants medications, or animals with known allergies to shellfish. If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.
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