Guys what do you think which is best one... Fish oil or Krill oil..??
share your opinion with me...
Only a totally moronic industry would harvest such a base ocean food as krill- a major base food for every level in the ocean food chain and essential to the health of the planet. Whichever greedy moron that decided to go harvest it, and the moronic government officials that let them should be fed to the sharks.
I would have to go with the fish oil. I have read that the cost of the DHA that you get in the fish oil is cheaper (money wise) than that of krill oil. Another thing is that you can get purified fish oil that has no contamination. I haven't seen krill oil that has been purified yet. If one made me healthier or feel better though, I would have to go with that one.
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