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Krill Oil Lessens Inflammation Markers in Ulcerative Colitis Study

By rgardner
Created 12/14/2011

A STUDY ON male rats and ulcerative colitis concludes that krill oil supplementation may reduce markers of inflammation and improve colon length [6] in rats with the disease. Researchers at the University of Bergen, Norway divided male rats into three groups: a control group, a control group with ulcerative colitis, and a group with ulcerative colitis that consumed krill oil for four weeks. Compared to the control group with the disease, rats supplementing with krill oil experienced significant reductions in several inflammatory markers and increased colon length (reduced colon length is a sign of severity of the disease).

“Previous studies have shown krill oil to have anti-inflammatory effects, but this is the first study to indicate the anti-inflammatory and protein antioxidant properties of krill oil in ulcerative colitis…” said Aker BioMarine (Oslo, Norway) in a recent press release. The company provided krill oil for the study.Aker adds that ulcerative colitis is a common condition in the United States, where an estimated 1 to 2 million people have the disease. Higher consumption of fish oil, Omega 3 and similar nutrients is one way to work towards containing this proble,.

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