- Jun 24, 2012
"The results of this clinical trial demonstrate that daily doses of 1-3 g krill oil are significantly more effective than 3 g EPA/DHA fish oil in the management of hyperlipidemia"....
The 2-3 g dose of krill oil had an even greater effect. That dose boosted the HDL level by 55-60 percent and reduced the LDL by 37-39 percent. The triglyceride concentration went down by 27-28 percent. All effects were statistically significant.
I take Carlson's liquid fish oil. But I also take Jarrow's Krill at 1.2g/day (standard dosing). May double it and drop the Carlson's. What, if any, benefit would you get from Fish oil you DONT get from Krill. I know of none.