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Beating PMS with Krill Oil

Published In: ROOT Created Date: 2015-03-13

Most women with PMS are looking for a simple and effective way to quickly reduce the severity of their list of monthly symptoms and it certainly seems like nature and technology have joined forces to provide the solution we’ve all been waiting for – Krill Oil, a relatively new omega oil supplement which provides excellent levels of two omega-3 essential fatty acids, EPA and DHA.

Cleanmarine Krill Oil for Women has been specially formulated to help regulate hormonal activity and is proven to reduce PMS symptoms naturally. It cleverly combines krill oil with good levels of other useful nutrients such as soy isoflavones (a type of phytoestrogen), rosemary oil, vitamin D and vitamins B1, B2 and B6 which are involved with hormone balance, energy production and skin health.

Impressive Results
The supplement was put to clinical tests in an in depth study at the University of Birmingham throughout 2013. Over 90 days, 29 women who suffer with PMS received 2 capsules of Cleanmarine Krill Oil for Women. At the end of the three months there was an average of 69% improvement of symptoms. 

At the top of the list was breast tenderness which improved by 81%, forgetfulness reduced by 77%, anxiety and headaches both reduced by 70%, bloating and skin outbreaks both improved by 69%, insomnia improved by 62%, fatigue by 60% and food cravings improved by 59%.

Read more about Cleanmarine Krill Oil for Women HERE.

Download your free copy of Goodbye PMS – a 19 page guide with simple dietary and lifestyle changes to help you to take control of your PMS naturally HERE.


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