Healthy Directions, LLC, today announced the launch of Krill Omega Defense™, a unique krill supplement formulated by Julian Whitaker, MD, that supports and maintains the health of the body's key biological functions and systems—from the heart, brain, and nerves to the eyes and bones.
Krill Omega Defense™ contains several powerful ingredients, including: an exclusive Marine Concentrate Blend of Superba™ Krill Oil, a highly bioavailable, sustainable, and pure source of EPA and DHA omega-3 essential fatty acids, which your body requires for optimal function and well-being, and Calamarine™, a DHA-rich omega-3 oil, that together help maintain overall cardiovascular and brain health; Vitamin D3, a form of vitamin D that supports bone health, muscle strength, and the immune system; and Vitamin K2, a form of vitamin K that aids in proper calcium utilization for extra bone and cardiovascular support.
"When I introduced Omega Defense in 2010, it was one of the most cutting-edge products," says Dr. Julian Whitaker, a pioneer of alternative medicine and an expert on nutritional supplementation. "And while the original supplement continues to be a favorite among my customers, I'm always looking for opportunities to enhance my formulas with the latest ingredients or technologies. In the case of Krill Omega Defense™, I was able to incorporate both with the addition of krill oil and an innovative delivery system."
Krill Omega Defense™ delivers its nutrients in a revolutionary liquid-filled, fast-release capsule called the Licap®. This patented technology makes this krill supplement tasteless, odorless, and easy to swallow. Furthermore, the capsule's thin shell allows for rapid and effective delivery of the nutrients and ensures maximal absorption and optimal potency and efficacy.
"I am thrilled that Healthy Directions and Dr. Whitaker were able to work together to develop a state-of-the-art omega krill supplement with a precise blend of marine powerhouses for top-notch protection you can't find anywhere else," says Healthy Directions CEO Connie Hallquist.