Krill oil vs. Fish oil
If krill oil is better absorbed into the body, does anyone have any idea how much less is needed to get the same benefits? Since it is more expensive, I wanted to compare the cost in that manner as it may even out compared to fish oil or possibly be cheaper.
If you buy from vitacost.com then:
Source Naturals Krill oil = $2.90/g of EPA+DHA
Carlson Salmon Oil = $.16/g EPA+DHA
Meaning, krill oil would have to be 18 times more absorptive than fish oil. Of course, krill oil, according to Dr. Eades, is 48 times greater in terms of anti-oxidant capacity, and is also superior in helping joint pain. Now you're getting into subjective valuations of the costs of these things...