KRILL IS SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN ACROSS SPECIES
DESIGNING HEALTH AND WELFARE PROMOTING RECIPES FOR WINNING DOGS, FARMED FISH AND SHRIMP - ACROSS BENEFITS OF KRILL
Scientists of Aker BioMarine work together with athletes, dog mushers and aquaculture experts to better understand the effects of Antarctic krill in feed for different species. All species have cell membranes that benefit from dietary krill meal and thereby omega-3 fatty acid supplementation that lay the basis for optimized performance and health. Whether designing a winning feed for farmed fish, shrimp or long-distance racing dogs, science shows that krill can be a key contributor.
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We are dedicated to science, researching the effects of krill on humans, pets, farmed fish and shrimp. Across species, krill is proven to have beneficial traits for health and performance.
If you want to maximize your performance gains, eventually you need to train smarter: smarter movement, smarter eating and smarter recovery. Believe it or not, this advice works for aspiring athletes, man’s best friend – the dog, and farmed aquatic animals (fish and shrimp) alike.
The connections are more related than what you might think, as nutrition plays an important role for all of us. We are what we eat, and krill can help us to performance better. Aker BioMarine has identified positive krill effects across these species when it comes to performance. The scientific evidence is out there showing that krill works for everyone. Would you like to know how?
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