Krilloil’s phospholipid form enhances efficacy fatty acid therapy

   

     
Scientists from the Japan Women’s University have studied the effects of krill oil and sardine oil on cognitive function in the elderly. The study shows that both forms of the omega-3 fatty acid improve cognitive function. Krill oil, however, showed the best results. They attribute this effect to the increased availability in the brain of the phospholipid form of krill oil over sardine oil’s triglyceride form.

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