Webber Naturals RoyalRed Extra Strength Krill Oil Plus 500mg, Softgels

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Dietary Supplements Contains The Powerful Antioxidant Astaxanthin With 42% Phospholipid Omega-3S For Fast Absorption Why Choose Webber Naturals &Reg; ? &Nbsp; Our Commitment To Quality Starts With Our Farms, Where Many Of Our Ingredients Are Grown, And Carries On Through Every Stage Of Development, Formulation And Manufacture.&Nbsp; We Test All Raw Materials And Finished Products For Quality, Purity And Efficacy, Playing Close Attention To Every Detail, So That You Can Focus On What Really Matters - Your Health. How Does Royalred &Reg; Krill Oil Plus Work? &Nbsp; Royalred &Reg; Krill Oil Plus Contains Pure Antarctic Krill Oil Sourced Only From Sustainably Managed Fishery.&Nbsp; The Rich Color In The Krill Oil Results From The Naturally Occurring Carotenoid Astaxanthin, An Antioxidant.&Nbsp; Krill Phospholipids Provide Omega-3 Fatty Acids In The Same Form Found In Human Cell Membrane Which Significantly Increases Omega-3 Absorption Supporting The Brain And Overall Good Health In An Easy To Swallow Softgel.&Nbsp; Our Krill Oil Has Passed The Mso&Trade; Purification Process, Which Represents The Highest Quality Standards Available In Market.&Nbsp; Mso&Trade; Guarantees Superior&Nbsp; Freshness, Stability, And Efficacy.&Nbsp; Our Krill Oil Is Also Ccamlr** Compliant To Ensure That The Antarctic Marine Ecosystem Remains Healthy. Free Of Artificial Colors, Preservatives Or Sweeteners; No Dairy, Starch, Sugar, Wheat, Gluten, Yeast, Soy, Corn, Egg, Salt, Tree Nuts, Or Gmos. 1-800-430-7898 Made In Canada **Commission For The Conservation Of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. *&Nbsp; This Product Is Not Intended To Diagnose, Treat, Cure Or Prevent Any Disease.


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