Dr. David Horrobin’s research formulation of high EPA Fish Oil.Kirunal is now processed using Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE), a process utilizing carbon dioxide (CO2) to fine tune temperature and pressure while extracting the delicate polyunsaturated oil from fish. SFE prevents the degradation of fish oil by heat and oxygen, insuring the highest quality and concentration with 420mg of EPA/DHA in each 500mg softgel.
All fish oils should be produced this way, but they’re not.*
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings Per Container: 120
SUGGESTED USE: Adults take 1 softgel twice daily.
Contains: Fish (sardines, anchovies, and mackerels)
What is Kirunal used for?
BodyBio’s Omega 3 Fish Oil has been developed to provide the brain with specific nutrients it needs to function properly. Each Kirunal softgel contains 500 mg of specially selected fish oil that provides three times more EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) than DHA (docahexaenoic acid).
Why Increase your EPA intake?
The brain is rich in a group of fatty substances known as the Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids, including EPA. Omega-3 EFA’s are critical to the normal functioning of the brain, but cannot be made within the body. They must be ingested as food, digested, absorbed, and then incorporated into the brain’s structure. Many researchers have demonstrated that our modern diet often contains insufficient amounts of EPA & other Omega-3 EFAs.
What is the recommended dosage of Kirunal?
1 softgel, twice daily, with food or as directed by your HCP.
How long will 1 bottle last?
Kirunal Omega 3 Fish Oil is sold in 120 count bottles.
What are the ingredients?
315 mg. of EPA, 105 mg. of DHA, fish body oil, gelatin, glycerin, and water.
Are there any side effects?
There are no risks in trying Kirunal Omega 3 Fish Oil. In addition, Kirunal will not interfere with the effects of any other nutrients or medications.
You should not, under any circumstances, change any prescribed medical treatment because you have started to use Kirunal. Kirunal provides nutritional support, but does not replace your current treatment.
If you have any questions or concerns about taking Kirunal, we recommend that you consult your health care provider.