BioCeuticals UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate (30 soft capsules)

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BioCeuticals UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate (30 soft capsules) - supplement facts.JPG

BioCeuticals UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate (30 soft capsules)


UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate contains a highly concentrated form of deodourised krill oil.

Krill oil contains phospholipids, which are structural components of cell walls, as well as astaxanthin, an antioxidant.

Sourced from a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified sustainable fishery with the highest levels of traceability, using specialised harvesting technology to minimise environmental impact.

  • A source of omega-3 fatty acids and assists in supplementation of EPA and DHA.

  • Contains phospholipids which support healthy fat metabolism and cell formation.

  • Naturally contains astaxanthin, an antioxidant of the carotenoid family.

  • Advanced strength - more concentrated EPA, DHA and phosphatidyl choline levels compared to standard krill oil supplements.

  • Deodourised through a filtration and purification process which removes trimethylamine, trimethylamine oxide and salts.

*These are statements of nutritional support.

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Higher in phospholipids
Research shows that krill oil produces similar effects to fish oil but with only 63% of the EPA/DHA content of fish oil.1 Krill oil is able to increase EPA and DHA levels in plasma phospholipids.2 Most of the omega-3 fatty acids in krill oil are attached to phospholipids, which may facilitate the absorption of omega-3s through the intestinal wall.3
Phospholipids are responsible for the transport of lipoproteins through the blood and their delivery to tissues in the body. Phospholipids are a major component of cell membranes and are particularly concentrated in the nervous system. It is the functions of transport and delivery which may facilitate the bioavailability of the omega-3s in krill oil.

The antioxidant activity of krill oil is attributed to its astaxanthin content; a powerful antioxidant of the carotenoid family.4

Potency and purity 
UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate has been concentrated to achieve a higher level of phospholipids in each capsule. 
A specialised purification process removes trimethylamine and salts, which when oxidised can affect odour and taste, resulting in a deodourised krill oil material.

Sustainability and traceability 
Antarctic krill are small, red-coloured crustaceans that float in huge masses in the Antarctic waters, feeding on microscopic algae, and are an essential part of the ecosystem. 
UltraClean Krill Oil Concentrate is sourced from Aker BioMarine, which co-operates closely with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Norway, and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), and actively supports scientific research for the Commission of the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), to assist in the management of sustainable krill resources. 
Under the constant supervision of these governing bodies, Aker BioMarine operates within the catch limits set by them. This ensures the health of our ecosystem and krill populations are maintained.5

Eco-HarvestingTM to reduce environmental impact 
Aker BioMarine utilises Eco-HarvestingTM technology, a specially designed trawl system that allows the trawl net to stay under water during the entire fishing operation. The system prevents anything larger than krill from being caught. The krill are then air injected through a hose back to the boat, alive and fresh for immediate processing on board the vessel.5
Eco-HarvestingTM technology results in a significantly reduced environmental impact, and prevents the krill from degradation allowing for higher quality processing of fresh, raw material and preservation of all key nutrients in the end product.5

  • Contraindicated in patients with shellfish allergies.

1. Ulven SM, Kirkhus B, Lamglait A, et al. Metabolic e ects of krill oil are essentially similar to those of fish oil but at lower dose of EPA and DHA, in healthy volunteers. Lipids 2011;46:37-46.
2. Ramprasath VR, Eval I, Zchut S, et al. Supplementation of krill oil with high phospholipid content increases sum of EPA and DHA in erythrocytes compared with low phospholipid krill oil. Lipids Health Dis 2015;14:142-150. 
3. Schuchardt JP, Schneider I, Meyer H, et al. Incorporation of EPA and DHA into plasma phospholipids in response to different omega-3 fatty acid formulations - a comparative bioavailability study of fish oil vs. krill oil. Lipids Health Dis 2011;10:145-151. 
4. Tomonaga K, Hongo N, Karato M, et al. Cosmetic benefits of astaxanthin on human subjects. Biochemical Polinica 2012;59(1):43-47. 
5. Aker BioMarine. Aker BioMarine’s Commitment to Sustainability. Norway, 2011,