Krill It... For An Active Lifestyle


Antioxidants such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Selenium

can combat free radicals, which may damage joints. Omega-3 that is found in salmon, sardines, green vegetables can help to reduce discomfort in joints. Go for a glucosamine-based dietary supplement to counteract the effects of wear and tear on the joints.


Exercise more as strong muscles support your joints.

Hand-held weights or resistance bands can build muscles around joints and strengthen your core muscles. Do these at least 3 days a week. Remember to warm up first and do not stretch a "cold" muscle.


Choose exercises that won't give your joints a pounding.

Overdoing such exercises could do more harm than good. Try low-impact exercises such as swimming or bicycling. Wear protective pads and shoes that fit well.

Did you know

Did you know that fish do not make Omega-3? They get Omega-3 from eating krills. Krills are at the bottom of the food chain, which is the original source of Omega-3, that supports healthy joints, cardiovascular health, brain health and nerve function.

Flexible Joints and Good Heart Health with Bioglan Red Krill Oil PLUS Glucosamine.

Cartilage that protects and acts as a cushion between joints undergoes a daily wear and tear. This starts with injury and inflammation that result in the total worn out of joints. Glucosamine is known for its cartilage repairing properties and Red Krill Oil is clinically shown to be effective in reducing inflammations1.

Omega-3 is well known to regulate cholesterol level2. The Omega-3 in Red Krill Oil is unique as it is in the phospholipid form, which makes it more effectively absorbed and used by the body. Plus Red Krill Oil has naturally occurring Astaxanthin that is a potent antioxidant which has many health-giving properties.

Bioglan Red Krill + Glucosamine provides you the benefits of heart and joint support in just 1 capsule to enjoy the benefits of Krill and Glucosamine in a convenient dosage.

1. Evaluation of the Effects of Krill Oil on Biomarkers of Chronic Inflammation In Vivo, JSS Medical Research Inc., 2004
2. Alternative Medicine Review, Volume 9, No 4, 2004