Testimonials for Omega Q Plus

“I was taking a fish oil supplement but was bothered by the fishy taste and the ‘repeating’ problems it gave me. I switched to Dr. Sinatra’s Omega Q Plus and those problems went away. I also feel better. I’m sold on Omega Q Plus.” -Jill R., Alabama

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Omega Q Plus vs. Krill Oil: What is the Best Choice?

Omega Q Plus

Omega Q Plus is a remarkable all-natural dietary supplement formulated by Dr. Stephen Sinatra. It is a combination of Omega-3 fatty acids and highly bio-available CoQ10, which is a powerful antioxidant that protects against free-radical (oxidation) damage. Also added are other powerful nutrients and antioxidants in the form of L-Carnitine, vitamin E, and key B vitamins.

Omega Q Plus provides excellent support for full cardiovascular health as well as vital nutrients and superior antioxidant protection for the brain, eyes, joints and skin. Because of its high levels of antioxidant protection, additionally it can be a factor in added mental and physical energy, slowing of the effects of aging, and improvement to the body’s immune system.

Omega Q PlusThe common source of Omega-3 EFA’s is fish oil. But fish oil has the problems of leaving a fishy taste and flavor that “stays with you.” Dr. Sinatra has solved this problem by replacing fish oil as the omega-3 source with Calamarine™, a highly pure extract that comes from a specific type of calamari (squid). The great benefits of Calamarine are that it provides 85% MORE DHA (omega-3 fatty acid), and it has NO aftertaste. Unlike fish oil it won’t “repeat” on you for unpleasantness later. To quote Dr. Sinatra: “I removed the fish oil – and made Omega Q Plus twice as potent for your heart, brain and eyes!”

Krill Oil

Krill oil is derived from shrimp-like shellfish. It is extracted and sold as a nutritional supplement that contains omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains an antioxidant called astaxanthin. Krill eat algae that produce the bright red astaxanthin, which gives krill, and other shellfish such as shrimp and lobsters, their pink color.

Krill oil contains higher amounts of astaxanthin than fish oil and doesn’t cause a fishy breath or the burping of fish taste. These are common issues associated with fish oil.

While both fish oil and krill oil contain omega-3 fatty acids, krill oil contains many more antioxidants than fish oil.

Both fish oil and krill oil can relieve high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease. 
However, the big difference between Omega Q Plus and krill oil is that Omega Q Plus is formulated to include the other superior ingredients of CoQ10 and L-Carnitine, as well as vitamins E and B, all of which have added health benefits.

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0 #1 Fred Kaufman 2012-06-01 06:05
I would like to know if CoQ10 is as effective as astaxanthin as an antioxident?
Is Omega Q equally as effective as Krill oil?
Can someone please send me an answer.