QRILL Pet AstaOmega Oil offers a natural combination of omega-3s and the powerful antioxidant astaxanthin, both derived from one unique source. Not only do pets get to enjoy the health benefits of these components, but pet owners can rest assured that their pets are benefiting from a sustainable and natural supplement.
So, what are the benefits of this powerful combination?
Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant known to protect the body’s cells and boost the immune system. Antioxidants are essential for optimal health of pets, cognition and longevity by preventing oxidative stress. The astaxanthin found in AstaOmega Oil is natural and both sustainable and traceable.
Pets are not able to develop essential omega-3 fatty acids in their bodies naturally and require supplements for a long and healthy life. Numerous clinical studies have proven the health benefits of long chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA on organs such as the heart, kidney, liver, joints, brain, eyes and skin, and are beneficial to maintain a healthy coat.
Why marine omega-3s and astaxanthin are the better choice?
Many pet foods contain plant-based omega-3s, however pets are not able to convert plant-based omega-3s to EPA and DHA well and therefore most health care providers recommend a marine sourced omega-3 supplement.
A first comparison pilot study with AstaOmega Oil has shown promising results. All dogs that received AstaOmega Oil had a significant increase in astaxanthin levels in their plasma, as well as an increase in omega-3 levels in red blood cells. There was no increase in the group that received a supplement with flaxseed oil.
It is also pure, sustainable and traceable
AstaOmega Oil offers a clean, sustainable and traceable supplement for pets. Antarctic krill are so low in the marine food chain and live in the pristine waters of the Southern Ocean, that are naturally low in accumulated contaminants. The Antarctic krill fishery is one of the most precautionary and best performing fisheries in the world. Not only is the krill fishery strictly regulated, it is also the only “A” rated reduction fishery in the world.