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Nutrigold Krill Oil Gold, 500mg, 120 capsules

3.7 out of 5 stars 541 customer reviews
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  • NutriGold
  • NutriGold Krill Oil Gold 500 mg 120 Liquid Veggie Capsules
  • Gluten Free, Non-GMO

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Size: 120

#1 Krill Oil Omega-3 Supplement - Krill GOLD, 500mg, 120 Softgels - IKOS 5-Star Certified, Multi-Patented, GMO-free, Hexane-free, Cold-Pressed NKO Neptune Krill Oil with Astaxanthin

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Size: 120
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005YC0KQ8
  • UPC: 859447002517
  • Item model number: Krill Oil
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (541 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,968 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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By RWM TOP 50 REVIEWER on February 6, 2013
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This is a side-by-side comparison of ten leading brands of krill oil: Nutrigold Krill Oil Gold (750 mgs), Nutrigold Krill Oil Gold (500 mgs), Now Foods Neptune Krill Oil (1000 mgs), Now Foods Neptune Krill Oil (500 mgs), Schiff Mega Red Extra Strength Omega-3 Krill Oil, Schiff MegaRed Omega-3 Krill Oil, Viva Labs Krill Oil, Jarrow Formulas Krill Oil (30 Count), Source Naturals NKO Neptune Krill Oil (60 Count), and Source Naturals Arctic Pure Krill Oil (60 Count), and a leading brand of omega-3 fish oil, Nutrigold Triple Strength Omega-3 Gold Fish Oil.

OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS: Omega-3 fatty acids are what make krill oil and fish oil so beneficial. There are three major components of omega-3 fatty acids in these products: EPA (which is good for your heart, circulatory system, lowering triglycerides, depression and mood orientation, and is a powerful anti-inflammatory for soothing joint pains), DHA (which is good for your mental acuity, or if you are pregnant, nursing an infant, or for children), and "other." Other omega-3s, like DPA and SDA, are types of fatty acids which are easily converted to EPA in the body. In most fish oils, the amount of these other fatty acids is low, but in highly concentrated oils, it can be a significant amount. The important components are EPA and DHA.

KRILL OIL VS FISH OIL: Krill oil is an omega-3 nutrient and is an alternative source of omega-3 than fish oil. Some folks prefer krill oil over fish oil because they believe it has increased bioavailability and better absorption than fish oil, and contains the additional nutrients, Astaxanthin and Phospholipids. In fact, this is correct. Krill oil has better bioavailability and absorption than fish oil and contains Astaxanthin and Phospholipids, neither of which are contained in fish oil.
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I was excited to give krill oil a try and this seemed like the best reviewed product on Amazon so I decided to give it a shot. When it finally arrived and I took a look at the bottle and noticed right away that the Fish Gelatin ingredient was changed to Kosher Bovine Gelatin. Ok, I am not against bovine so I was still excited to open it and try it out.

When I cracked it open, it wasn't as bad as of a smell as I thought until I got close...then it was almost unbearable. The inside of the bottle and all the pills were completely coated in an orange liquid, or the innards of some broken or leaky pills. I contacted to see if this was normal and was told it was not, the pills should be smooth and clean. Since it came with 2 bottles of 60 (something I liked so I could leave 1 at home and 1 at work) I decided to open the other bottle and see. That bottle was worse! With all this, I decided to try it out anyway. As soon as the pill touched my tongue I gagged, spit it out, almost threw up, and had to drink something and eat something to get the taste out. Not sure if this is due to the new gelatin not holding up, but this product needed to be returned.

A couple things that bothered me: First if you can't have bovine, then beware cause this isn't for you. Second, from what I read about krill oil, orange is the inferior color for a pill to be. The darker the color the better the quality typically. These were pretty orange.
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Krill oil is a better product than fish oil by 48 times. However as I started taking the pills out of the bottle of this brand, I noticed they had a sticky red coating on them. i finally poured them onto a kleenex and many of the pills leaked the red fishy smelling ( I know it's not suppose to smell fishy but these pills do) oil onto the kleenex. i never had this kind of problem with MegaRed.
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Prior to Krill, I was taking Nordic Naturals ProOmega Fish Oil. The ProOmega worked wonderfully in eliminating body pain of arthritis and fibromyalgia, but had little effect on my high cholesterol readings. After reviewing research so to understand Krill Oil, and comparing Viva Labs/Everest, MegaRed, Puritans Pride, Mercola, Neptune, NKO, Red Whale, I purchased Viva Labs. Over the initial 5 months, my cholesterol improved 8%; My Total Cholesterol/HDL ratio decreased from 5 to 4 (its lowest ever), and most remarkedly, my HDL increased from 64 to 73 (its highest ever). It took several weeks, perhaps a couple of months, before the Krill brought relief to the body pains.

Many reviewers are comparing Viva Labs Krill Oil to NKO. Neptune Krill oil, NKO, is sold under various labels with variance in the ingredients. My comments refer to Nutrigold's NKO 1000. Many reviewers, showing a lack of understanding in measurements, compare by capsules rather than 'servings'. One reviewer, repeating his review on most every krill and fish oil product, consistently places Nutrigold at the top and its high rated competitor Viva Labs at the bottom. He criticizes Viva Labs Krill Oil based on its 2 capsules per serving vs Nutrigold NKO 1000 one capsule per serving and reveals continued inconsistency by providing a 5* review of Nutrigold NKO 500, also a 2 capsules per serving product. The bottom line is that an honest consumer has to research not only the products' advertisements, but also the credibility of the reviewers.

Most softgels are made from bovine gelatin, and Nutrigold uses bovine gelatin softgels.
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