What this Whale Can Tell You About Ageing

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  • The ancient whale – could its dinner be a font of youth?
  • Try this if you’re worried about memory loss, stiff joints, fatigue and other symptoms of old age.

The blue whale is a strange old creature.

It’s the largest animal there has ever been on the planet earth…

…and yet it feeds on some of the smallest life in the ocean, tiny shrimp known as krill. It eats up

to 8,000 pounds of krill every day over a four-month feasting period.

Krill themselves feed on phytoplankton, microscopic plants near the surface of the ocean. This makes them almost at the bottom of the food chain.

It means they’re relatively uncontaminated by the human-made poisons in our seas, like mercury.

What’s more, they’re packed full of omega-3 fatty acids in the form of ‘phospholipids’.

These aren’t just good for whales…

They’re fantastic for human health. Phospholipids help to protect the walls of your cells stopping free radicals getting in, while allowing other omega-3 fatty acids through.

This is why they could be one of the most powerful natural bulwarks against the problems of old age.

Because it’s vital to get omega 3’s intro your system as the years pass. They can help…

  • Improve your memory, concentration and brain function, reducing the symptoms of depression, reducing stress, tension and anxiety.
  • Protect your joints and cartilage, easing pain. Omega-3 fatty acids ‘switch off’ an enzyme called cyclooxygenase-2, which causes inflammation.
  • Improve your blood flow and the efficiency of blood vessels, reducing the strain on your heart and also lowering cholesterol. In one study, subjects who were given krill oil lowered their bad cholesterol by 34%
  • Boost the health of your skin and help produce eye pigments that enable you to see in low light. There’s also a substance in krill known as astaxanthin which can help to prevent cataracts and macular degeneration.

In other words, many of the major symptoms of ageing can be reduced by the food that blue whales eat…

Incredible really. Look at that roll-call again.

Better eyesight…

More energy and focus…

Less pain and stiffness.

A healthier blood-flow.

If you’re interested in experiencing these effects for yourself, there’s a 2-month trial of a krill-based remedy available here.

The idea is simple: you take two supplements per day for the next 60 days. If you don’t feel any improvement in your health you’ll get a refund.

You could be like Simon Z, who writes: “KRILLENIUM gives you a second wind, a new lease of life and you can’t put a price on that!!!”

Or there’s this testimonial, which made me chuckle…

“Not only have I regained incredible muscle strength but it really helped me with you know what…. a real youth cure!”

I think I know what he means!

Anyway, it’s worth considering, particularly if you’re feeling under the weather, stiff, achy and generally a victim of wear-and-tear.

It’s one of those trials where you can actually tell the difference, as 60 days is plenty of time to notice a change or not.

In other words, NO GAIN, NO PAY! (I like this approach!)

And if you already know the benefits of fish oils because you take them already, this this is something to consider.

An alternative to fish oils

As I mentioned in an issue of the People’s Doctor last year, there’s a bit of a problem with mass-marketed fish oils.

Many are over-treated, stripped of their natural nutrients, then mixed with non-fish oils

The fish used for oils are much higher up the food chain than krill, which is why a company called LabDoor analysed 30 supplements and found all of them to contain mercury!

Fish oils can be rancid. When fish oil spoils, it becomes acidic and the nutrients diminished.

On the other hand, Krillenium uses krill oil, so it’s relatively uncontaminated by mercury and other pollutants, less treated and doesn’t spoil. Unlike fish oils It also contains marine collagen for healthier bones and skin.

You can find out more about it here.

That’s it from me, I’ll be back with more on Saturday.

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