The science behind Ruby of the Sea®

Welcome to the resources page! Here you can find all the science and research behind our product and all of its benefits.

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Clinical Trial Shows that Daily Intake of Calanus® Oil improves Body Composition.

A new study conducted by a research team from Leibniz Universität in Hannover, Germany, shows exciting synergistic effects on body composition when combining moderate physical activity with Calanus® Oil supplementation.

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Clinical Trial shows that daily intake of Calanus® oil improves cardiac function and others

In a recent study, a research team from The Academy of science at Charles University and the Czech Republic University Hospital Kralovske Vinohradyin Prague has obtained exciting results on heart function and sugar level in senior women combining physical exercise with Calanus® Oil supplementation...

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Read our white paper - The new lipids from the Arctic, written by Alice Marie Pedersen, PhD.

Calanus® Oil is a novel marine oil, providing a new and highly bioactive form of marine fatty acids with additional features compared to conventional omega-3. Calanus® Oil’s solid scientific documentation shows that it counteracts sugar resistance and other obesity-induced metabolic disorders and exhibit a potent anti-inflammatory effect...

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Oil from Calanus® finmarchicus appears to be a suitable alternative to EPA and DHA to help meet daily intake recommendation of these fatty acids.

The primary objective of this randomized, two-period crossover study was to assess the absorption of EPA and DHA wax esters from C. finmarchicus extracted oil as an encapsulated dietary supplement in generally healthy adults...

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Published studies of different Journals on how Calanus® Oil improves metabolism and diet-induced obesity and related metabolic disorders.

The prevalence of obesity has risen dramatically worldwide during the past 2-3 decades and has now reached epidemic proportions. Obesity, and in particular viscera/abdominal obesity, has been shown to correlate strongly with a number of pathologies, such as cardiovascular disease, and stroke...

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