Krill oil suppresses appetite stimulants in mice, study finds

07/20/2011 | NutraIngredients

Adding krill-oil supplements to a high-fat diet for eight weeks reduced the levels of appetite-stimulating endocannabinoid compounds in mice, a study in Nutrition & Metabolism found. "Krill oil has a high potential to alleviate metabolic dysfunctions associated with obesity and other metabolic disorders," according to researchers at Norwegian fishing company Aker Biomarine.

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