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GIVEAWAY: Bottle of Krill Oil! (US) -CLOSED-

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Have you heard of Krill Oil?  Viva Labs Krill Oil provides 54X the antioxidant power than regular fish oil.  I remember getting a teaspoon of cod liver oil when I was a kid, I learned to like the taste even :)  But this Krill oil is in capsule form that you take twice a day.  Fish actually get the good stuff from Krill so by taking Krill oil you cut out the middle man...the fish :)  Watch the video below for more explanation.

These capsules are easy to take and they have been easy to remember to take since I've considered the benefits below, and I ain't gettin any younger :)  I haven't had any tests taken to see the before and after effects of this oil on me, but I have noticed a big boost in energy!

Here are the Benefits of High Quality Krill Oil:
-Lower your risks of cardiovascular ‘incidents’ by up to 45%
-Eliminate as much as 55% of artery clogging LDL cholesterol
-Minimize dangerous triglycerides up to 27%
-Reduce menacing heart inflammation as much as 29%
-Increase HDL ‘healthy cholesterol’ as much as 43%
-Relieve the agony and distress associated with stiff joints by up to 29%
-Improve your brain health and memory function by as much as 48%
-Reduce early aging lines in the skin by up to 51%
-Boost your energy by 50%
-Reduce the uncomfortable effects of premenstrual syndrome both; emotionally and physically by as much as 47%

Check out this video of Dr. Oz talking about the benefits, it's very informative!! 

One reader will win a Bottle of Krill Oil from Viva Labs!! US only a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

one frugal lady said…
Thanks for the awesome giveaway- I have been wanting to give this a try!
Sandy VanHoey said…
I have heard so many good things about krill oil and with so much heart trouble and passing away at young ages from heart disease, I need to start using this.
eclairre said…
thanks for the chance. your website is great.
Karla said…
Thank you for the giveaway!
rockin_robin54@hotmail.com said…
Thanks for the chance to win Krill Oil.
Emi Pearce said…
Thanks so much for the opportunity to try Krill Oil
Nancy said…
It's great to find ways to be healthier!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
1955nurse said…
We've been wanting to try Krill oil for quite awhile, Thanks for the chance!
Anonymous said…
Been wanting to try this forever!

kimberlysummer40@aol.com
flairshare said…
Krill capsules are so much smaller than fish oil supplements...so many fish oil supplements are basically huge 'horse' pills! Would love to win.
Gigi said…
I love krill oil, great stuff. It should be required that everyone take it.
Diane Cooper said…
I have been reading many great things about krill oil. Thanks for the chance to maybe win some!
My husband and I have been taking 1200mg of fish oil 2x's a day for a long time, so the comparisons of that to the Krill oil has really caught my attention. I really really hope I win this for the two of us but if I don't I think I need to look into switching what I buy. Thank you so much for your informative helpful review!

Thank you too, to you and the sponsor for this giveaway opportunity.

manifestmiracles@live.com
Randi said…
I would love to win this. I have a family history of heart disease.
ossmcalc said…
I would love to try this Krill Oil.
Kalesha Hees said…
I really appreciate your low entry blog. I have won from it 4 times :)
Gala said…
I think everyone would benefit from Krill oil
Candace M. said…
always wanted to try krill oil.
Mary Alice said…
Thank you for this giveaway!
gallerhea said…
I have heard good things about Krill Oil. Thank you for another good contest!

:) Rhea Stogsdill Chladek
Sue Hull said…
Wow!This stuff is great.I'd need for my memory.Between menopause & chemo in 2011 my memory is not good.Thank you for the great giveaway :)
Gianna said…
Thanks for the giveaway!
goldangel69 said…
always wanted to try krill oil
Thanks so much for the giveaway. My husband loves fish oil, so I bet he would be REALLY happy if I gave him this!

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