Health & Benefits

There are many other salmon producing nations in the world, and with the emergence of land-based farming the list is set to grow rapidly in coming years. Still, Norway with its long coastline and stable, cold temperatures makes for the perfect natural conditions for salmon farming, and currently about half of all farmed salmon comes from Norway. The Norwegian origin is also the most preferred among consumers, and also the only origin which seems to be increasing in popularity year on year, according to the NSC’s Seafood Consumer Insight study. In 2014, Norwegian origin was preferred by 36 percent of respondents in the international survey, 5 years later this has increased to 44 percent.

Tom Jørgen Gangsø, director of market insight at the Norwegian Seafood Council, believes there are several reasons for this.

“Norway already has an advantageous starting point with its long and proud traditions living by and off the sea, with perfect natural conditions for salmon farming. Cold, clear waters in the fjords along our long coastline is an environment where salmon thrive. But the Norwegian salmon industry would not be where it is today if it wasn’t for hard work, grit and determination over many years, constantly evolving and seeking solutions to challenges, says Gangsø.

He also highlights what is called «The Norwegian model» as an important success factor.

The Norwegian Model of seafood resource management refers to the close collaboration between research, government, and the industry. Working transparently together for continuous improvements in the sector, Norway has been able to take a leadership position when it comes to knowledge, technology and sustainable management of both wild fisheries and aquaculture.

“At the same time, the Norwegian seafood industry has a joint platform for promoting its seafood through the Norwegian Seafood Council and the origin brand Seafood from Norway. Our most important role is to work with Norwegian exporters to increase the value of Norwegian seafood through marketing and other market activities which benefit all Norwegian seafoods. Our organization is 30 years this year, which is quite unique,” says Gangsø.

Krill oil is oil from a tiny, shrimp-like animal. Baleen whales, mantas, and whale sharks eat primarily krill. In Norwegian, the word "krill" means "whale food." People extract the oil from krill, place it in capsules, and use it for medicine.

Krill oil is used for dry eye. It is also used for high levels of fats called triglycerides in the blood (hypertriglyceridemia), high levels of cholesterol or other fats (lipids) in the blood (hyperlipidemia), and other conditions, but there is limited scientific evidence to support these uses.

How does it work ?

Krill oil contains fatty acids similar to fish oil. These fats are thought to decrease swelling, lower cholesterol, and make blood platelets less sticky. When blood platelets are less sticky, they are less likely to form clots.

Uses & Effectiveness 

Possibly Effective for Dry eye. Research shows that taking krill oil by mouth for about 3 months improves symptoms of dry eye such as redness and unstable tear film.

Insufficient Evidence for

Depression. Early research shows that taking krill oil does not improve symptoms of depression in adolescents.

Diabetes. Early research shows that taking krill oil does not help to improve blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

Menstrual cramp (dysmenorrhea). Early research shows that taking krill oil might reduce menstrual cramp pain.

High levels of cholesterol or other fats (lipids) in the blood (hyperlipidemia). Some research shows that taking krill oil reduces total cholesterol and LDL ("bad" or low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, and increases HDL ("good" or high-density lipoprotein) cholesterol in people with high cholesterol. Triglycerides, another type of blood fat, are also reduced. But not all research agrees.#

High levels of fats called triglycerides in the blood (hypertriglyceridemia). . Taking krill oil twice daily for 12 weeks appears to lower triglycerides in people with high triglyceride levels.

Osteoarthritis. Early research shows that taking krill oil 300 mg per day reduces pain and stiffness in people with osteoarthritis.Premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Early research shows that taking krill oil 2 grams per day might reduce PMS symptoms.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Early research shows that taking krill oil 300 mg per day reduces pain and stiffness in people with RA.

Aging skin.

Alzheimer disease.


Heart disease.

High blood pressure.


Parkinson disease.


Other conditions.

More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of krill oil for these uses.

Special Precautions and Warnings

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There isn't enough reliable information to know if krill oil is safe to use when pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Bleeding disorders: Because krill oil can slow blood clotting, there is concern that it might increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Until more is known, people with such conditions should use krill oil cautiously.

Seafood allergy: Some people who are allergic to seafood might also be allergic to krill oil supplements. There is no reliable information showing how likely people with seafood allergy are to have an allergic reaction to krill oil; however, until more is known, avoid using krill oil or use it cautiously if you have a seafood allergy.

Surgery: Because krill oil can slow blood clotting, there is concern that it might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using krill oil at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

KRILL OIL: Overview, Uses, Side Effects, Precautions, Interactions, Dosing and Reviews (

Seal Oil omega 3-a wide range of proven health benefits for people
(and pets) of all ages. These include, but are not limited to, benefits to:

Cardiovascular health: Reduces risk of cardiovascular disease;imporove circulation and reduces the risk of blood clots; fights plaque buildup in arteries.

Joint health: reduces inflammation casued by arthirtis and rheumatiod arthritis. Improve mobility and reduce joint pain.

Cognitive health: boosts central nervous system and brain fucntion. Can improve memory and other cognitive abilities.

Mental health: can help regulate and stabilize moods and reduce anxiety and the effects of stress.

Fetal health: aids the development of the baby`s brain, eyes, and nerves.

Baby health: Omega-3 seal oil increases DHA levels in breast milk, enhancing early development; babies of mothers who regularly consume seal oil Omega-3 also show better immune function.

Maternal health: Omega-3 fatty acid can help reduce the symptoms of postpartum depression.

Fitness performance: athletes who consume Omega-3 seal oil have experienced less fatigue, better muscle activation, increased VO2 max, and overall improved performance.

Senior health: seal oil contains DPA, a rare Omega-3 that has been shown to be particularly efficient at fighting inflammatory diseases (such as arthritis), promoting cognitive function and brain health, and improving nerve health.

Pet health: most of the benefits humans experience apply to pets too. Omega-3 seal oil is great for overall pet health, including skin, coat, heart, mobility, and immunity.

Seal Oil is appropriate for all age groups. From unborn babies to senior citizens to our furry friends, seal oil is an excellent supplement for the entire family, offering benefits to heart, brain, joint, mental, and overall health.

Certain groups may find seal Oil especially beneficial, including pregnant and breast- feeding mothers, athletes, and


1. Better absoprtion. Seals are mammals, and the fatty acids found in seal oil are identical in structure to those in humans. This means faster, better digestion and absoprtion by the human body. Fish oil structure is unrecognized by the human system, resulting in a longer digestion time and overall poorer absoprtion.

2.Complete fatty acid profile, Seal Oil contains DHS, EPA, EPA, and DPA; fish oil contains only DHA and EPA. DPA is valuable to the human body, specially shown to help fight inflammation, boots immunity, and more. As well, DPA increases the body`s abiliity absorb and use the other fatty acids, making it a true powerhouse.

It is
hard to say one Omega-3 is “best.” The three Omega-3 fatty acids found in seal oil -DHA, DPA, and EPA- work together to offer may benefits to the human body. In fact, DPA (found in seal oil, but not fish oil) increases the body`s ability
to absorb DHA and EPA; these are truly a trio that belongs together.

Each of
these three Omega-3s has been found to have distinct advantages:


Supports cardiovascular health

Reduces joint inflammation

Lower cholesterol


Boots brain function

Pregnancy and breast feeding

Help combat mood disorders

Improvers ocular health


Repairs damaged vessels

Optimizes Omega-3 intake

Boots absorption of EPA and DHA

There are no known adverse side effects to consuming seal oil at recommended dosages. Some who take fish oil have reported “fishy burps,” but this does not  seem to be the case for seal oil.

Health Canada suggest limiting intake of EPA plus DHA fatty
acids to no more than 3 grams a day. This amount is considered safe for pregnant
women and is a good guideline to follow. If you are taking prescription medications,
especially blood thinners, it is always good practice to consult your doctor.

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