Cellular health is a hot topic right now and one that raises many questions. Do I need to take an Omega 3,6,9 supplement? What are essential fats and what are ALA, EPA & DHA? Do I not get all of this from my diet? Cellular health sounds complicated, is it relevant to me?

Nutrition plays a big role in cellular health. What you put into your body affects every cell.

Cellular health affects everyone’s body every day. Cellular health is important as it affects how your body functions, repair itself, how well it produces new body tissue, and much more.

UK most of us don't eat enough oily fish, avocado or brussel sprouts and therefore don’t get anywhere near enough omega 3 in our diets. That’s where essential fatty acids (EFA’s) in the form of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) come in

EPA and DHA are long-chain fats that can be made from ALA in our bodies & they work together and assist in the functioning of every cell in the body, but each of them is unique as well, DHA being more prominent in supporting the brain whilst EPA is an important nutrient for the skin.

Remember both EPA & DHA are essential fats that can not be produced by the body & need to be consumed as part of our diet. Cold-water fish and krill oil are rich in EPA and DHA, the omega-3 forms our bodies can use most directly.



Cleanmarine Krill Oil is formulated to deliver omega-3 fatty acids EPA & DHA, phospholipids, choline & astaxanthin.

Big Results From A Little Capsule
Boosting our cells with EPA & DHA from krill oil, in the phospholipid form, ensures robust cells and a body that is better prepared to deal with ageing, oxidative stress, inflammation and more. Krill oil is unique in that it delivers a natural combination of essential nutrients and leads to better uptake and absorption of omega-3s directly into the cell membranes in all tissues of the body. Absorption is excellent, so fewer capsules are needed to get results.
  • Supplementing with omega 3 oils helps to lower ‘sticky’ fatty components in the blood, increase the more protective HDL cholesterol and improve other anti-inflammatory substances considered to be important for heart health.
  • Omega 3 in phospholipid form too! Fats are very important for brain function and this is reflected by the fact that the brain contains around 60% fat! Omega 3 fats and phospholipids are of great importance for brain health.
  • Omega-3 fatty acids benefit vision, too. The omega-3s in krill oil are phospholipids. The cell membrane in the eye are too.
  • Adequate omega 3 intake is essential for growth and development. Young kids in particular need omega 3 in their diets to help the brain and nervous system develop correctly.