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Combat Chronic Fatigue with Maxi OMEGA-3 Krill

Chronic Fatigue and Maxi OMEGA-3 Krill

In order to live a healthy and happy life, we have to make wise choices. Everything you do (or don’t do) has an impact on your health status. That is why it is recommended to exercise regularly and eat a well-balanced diet. Many people take dietary supplements to give an additional boost to their health or prevent/manage some health conditions. Although there are many types of supplements, Omega-3 fatty acids prove to be the most beneficial for all-around health support.

NutriNZ Maxi OMEGA-3 Plus is an abundant source of Omega-3s due to it being a pure and undiluted source of red krill oil. It has the tremendous potential to improve your health in a number of ways, but lets focus on how it can help combat chronic fatigue.

What is a Chronic Fatigue?

Fatigue is a common occurrence, particularly in modern lifestyle. For example, business life is highly competitive and puts a lot of pressure on every working individual. Then, we also have many errands to run, tasks to complete, and it becomes difficult to find a work-life balance. It is okay to be tired and experience fatigue, but we usually feel better after a power nap.

Chronic fatigue is not the same, although we tend to identify it with “regular” fatigue. Chronic fatigue is a syndrome and it is characterized as a complicated disorder wherein an affected person experiences fatigue that does not improve with rest and sleep. This type of fatigue cannot be explained by some underlying medical condition and it tends to worsen with mental or physical activity and strain. Finding a relief from this problem can be quite difficult.

Chronic fatigue is actually a mysterious health problem and at this point, scientists still do not know the exact cause. However, they do know that hormonal imbalances and viral infections play a role. Immune system problems can contribute to the onset of chronic fatigue too. Evidence shows that people with chronic fatigue have abnormally high levels of specific gut bacteria that have an impact on metabolism and severity of the condition[1].

Red Krill Oil and Chronic Fatigue

For persons who struggle with chronic fatigue, it can be frustrating to feel better and a really struggle to boost energy levels. Red krill oil offers a natural and safe way to combat these problems as it is a rich source of powerful Omega-3 fatty acids. On top of enhancing your mental focus, improving heart health and managing diabetes, Omega-3s found within red krill oil can also help you manage and lessen the symptoms of chronic fatigue.

In fact, evidence shows that patients with chronic fatigue have higher levels of Omega-6 fatty acids in their body while tending to have insufficient levels of Omega-3s. This important discovery led scientists to conclude that supplementation with Omega-3 fatty acids can aid management of chronic fatigue[2]. Red krill oil can also be used to lower the levels of oxidative stress and normalise the hypothalamic suppression in the blood that results in an active body with lower stress levels, and hence, fatigue can be combated.

NutriNZ Maxi OMEGA-3 Plus

Our red krill oil has an abundant source of Omega-3 fatty acids that can help strengthen your body and work to combat some of the health issues known to contribute to chronic fatigue. Furthermore,  our NutriNZ Maxi OMEGA-3 Plus is certified to be free from heavy metals such as mercury, dioxins and pesticides and sustainably harvested from the southern Antarctic Ocean under strict regulation for a traceable and conscious product.

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[1] Nagy-Szakal D, Williams BL, Mishra N, et al. Fecal metagenomic profiles in subgroups of patients with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Microbiome 2017 Jan,5:44. Doi:10.1186/s40168-017-0261-y https://microbiomejournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40168-017-0261-y

[2] Maes M, Mihaylova I, Leunis JC. In chronic fatigue syndrome, the decreased levels of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are related to lowered zinc and defects in T cell activation. Neuro Endocrinology Letters 2005 Dec;26(6):745-51 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16380690