Should You Take Fish Oil Or Krill Oil?

Discover which supplement to take during Heart Health Month.

Diana Keuilian - Trulean Founder

4 Minute Read

February 6th, 2022 at 7:54am

By Diana Keuilian

Should You Take Fish Oil Or Krill Oil?

This is one of the most common questions people have when trying to take care of their health - especially their heart - and it makes sense.


Some believe they should only take fish oil. Others think taking krill oil is best.


And believe it or not, some people don't take either because they're overwhelmed with information. 


Who could blame them? There's so much information about this, and that, but no clear, cut answers. So today, we're gonna answer the age-old question…


"Should I take fish oil or krill oil?"


The answer is, it depends!


Why? Because not all fish or krill oil are made the same, or created equally (NOT EVEN CLOSE)!


In the next few moments, you'll discover what I mean because I'll reveal to you:

  • Which one's better for you? (Fish oil vs. Krill oil)
  • The #1 "red flag" to look out for before purchasing fish or krill oil.
  • Why should you run for the hills if your fish or krill oil doesn't include this NEW "red" cell protection antioxidant.
  • Plus, all the facts you need before taking your first fish or krill supplement.

Before you decide between fish oil or krill oil, it's important to know the difference between the two.

What Is Fish Oil?

Fish oil is an oil that comes from fish. (Who would have thought? lol) This oil is rich in two important omega-3 fatty acids: 

  1. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
  2. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

Omega-3 fatty acids are proven to reduce pain and swelling. And also perform wonders for your body like:

  • Support heart health
  • Aid in weight loss
  • Promote healthy eye function 
  • Fight inflammation
  • Help your skin appear and feel healthier

This is why so many take fish oil to help their bodies better support them. But there's one bad thing you must lookout for - more on that in a sec.

What Is Krill Oil?

Like fish oil, krill oil comes from little seat critters called krill. (I know, these names are very original.) And also, like fish oil, it's rich in EPA and DHA.


In other words, it's an excellent source of healthy fats your body needs. 


There are multiple studies and publications that links krill oil to:

  • Boost heart health 
  • Fight inflammation
  • Reduce arthritis and joint discomfort
  • Lower "bad" cholesterol levels while increasing "good" cholesterol levels
  • And much, much more

If you do a few simple google searches, you'll find pages and pages of research ranting and raving about krill oil. 

Krill Oil vs Fish Oil: Which One's Better?

Both fish oil and krill oil are excellent sources of Omega-3 fatty acids. Meaning they're both healthy for you.


So it’s up to you to decide which is better for you and your needs. 


If you want something more affordable, fish oil is the way to go.


Because harvesting and processing krill oil costs a pretty penny. Some websites report it's 10x more expensive than fish oil.


But if you're willing to spend a few extra bucks for potentially better health benefits, krill oil may be your best choice.


Both have their pros and cons, so deciding which one is better for you is up to what you're looking to accomplish.

Here's The #1 "Red Flag" To Look Out For Heart-Healthy Fish Oil Or Krill Oil

Here's The #1 "Red Flag" To Look Out For Heart-Healthy Fish Oil Or Krill Oil

If your fish oil or krill oil has flavoring added to it, run for the hills. Because you're being duped into consuming rancid, and oxidized fatty acids.


According to the latest animal research, oxidized fatty acids can cause organ damage and inflammation.


Dr. Ben Albert, a fellow at the University of Auckland, whose research focuses on the health effects of fish oil, comments on how brands hide the taste and smell of rancid and oxidized fish oil...


"Flavoring is added to fish oils to help mask fishy smell and taste..." 


Dr. Albert isn't working alone to expose this harsh truth. 


Several studies show many of the fish oil and krill oil products on the market use flavoring to mask the rancid flavor and smell. [1]


One of the most common "rancid masks" people use is citrus. It appears that it's the best flavoring to hide the rancidity, fishy taste, and smell. 

Several studies show many of the fish oil and krill oil products on the market use flavoring to mask the rancid flavor and smell.

It gets worse.


New independent studies from Canada, New Zealand, Norway, and South Africa have uncovered more “dirty laundry” about fish and krill oil brands.


They discovered the majority of over-the-counter omega-3 supplements exceed acceptable oxidation limits (aka: go bad) before the expiration date on the bottle! [2]


This is like grabbing moldy strawberries and putting them into a smoothie and drinking it. The foul smell and taste may be gone, but you still are drinking moldy strawberries - yuck! 

The New Must-Have "Red" Cell Protection Antioxidant That Supercharges Fish And Krill Oil

To have your fish or krill oil go “the extra mile” for you, look for astaxanthin in the ingredient list. 


This powerhouse antioxidant has received plenty of press since its discovery. Astaxanthin is…

  • 6,000x stronger than Vitamin C - a 10-year study found that it helps lower the risk of heart disease by 25%. [3] 
  • 3,000x stronger than Resveratrol - which can help lower blood pressure according to recent research. [4]
  • 110x stronger than vitamin E - which has been found to help lower the risk of coronary heart disease in middle-aged to older men and women. [5]

So if you're looking for a fish oil or krill oil supplement to "work harder" for you, check the ingredients label to see if it has astaxanthin in it. 


This is why we're so excited to introduce you to Trulean Fish Oil - the heart-healthy fish and krill oil blend that has all-natural astaxanthin.


Our breakthrough formula is loaded with 100% clean, pure and fresh fish and krill oil.

Trulean Fish Oil
  • It has no added flavoring (remember the #1 red flag other oil supplements have?)
  • It's 3rd party-tested after it's made in our US-based, FDA-approved manufacturing facilities. This helps ensure we don't send out rancid or oxidized oil.
  • Each easy-to-swallow capsule is jam-packed with astaxanthin - the super antioxidant.

And most importantly, it has no fishy smell, taste or after burp.


Plus, Trulean Fish Oil is carefully formulated to supercharge your body's health in several exciting ways. Like:

  • Boost heart health 
  • Fight inflammation
  • Reducing arthritis and joint discomfort
  • Aid in weight loss
  • Promote healthy eye function 
  • Help your skin appear, and feel healthier.
  • Lower “bad” cholesterol levels while increasing “good” cholesterol levels.

What Others Are Saying

"Love these fish oil tablets. They are gentle on my stomach with no “fishy” after taste. Highly recommend it!" - Donna S.


"Absolutely love this vitamin. It does not flare up my acid reflux after taking it." - Kristy G.


"I like this particular Fish Oil because it doesn't have that fishy taste or burps. I also use it because it is good for your heart health." - Terry C.

Taking Trulean Fish Oil is something you really ought to experience for yourself.


Which is why I have a special gift for you to try Trulean Fish Oil for yourself today.

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Resources:

1. https://labdoor.com/rankings/fish-oil

2. https://www.nature.com/articles/srep07928

3. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15585762/

4. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27144581/

5. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19451807/