We Need to Talk About Arctic Ruby Oil, Because This Is How Good it Really Is For You

It’s a simple question: is Arctic Ruby Oil good for you? The answer: simultaneously simple and pretty complicated.

Arctic Ruby Oil, is an omega-3 rich marine oil that’s skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years, especially among health-conscious adults, for whom fish oil has been their go to alternative for omega-3s. It’s left Big Brands dumbfounded, wondering when and how this ruby red oil became so popular. And the answer to that is fundamentally simple.

“It’s just great,” said Dr. Jan Raa, Award Winning Biologist, professor at the University of Tromsø from 1972 to 1988, former director at the Directorate of Fisheries Institute of Nutrition, and research director at Fiskeriforskning, who is a fellow of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences. “It has more potency, higher uptake and additional benefits than other sources of omega-3.” “And it also has neither fish taste or smell, like typical omega-3 oils.”

What is Arctic Ruby Oil?

Arctic Ruby Oil is a marine oil from the small copepod Calanus finmarchicus found off the coast of Norway – the most abundant animal species on the planet.

Classic omega-3s come as triglycerides, ethyl esters and phospholipids, whereas Calanus oil comes as wax esters, which are absorbed in the posterior part of the intestine where key receptors that regulate fat distribution, glucose tolerance, and oxygen uptake are located.

In fish oil the essential fatty acids are bound in triglycerides. In Arctic Ruby Oil the essential fatty acids are bound in monoesters, which burn much slower than triglycerides.

To simplify it, when you take Arctic Ruby Oil you get the essential fatty acids from monoesters, which offer very pronounced effects on important metabolic parameters.

Is Arctic Ruby Oil Better Than Fish Oil?

Arctic Ruby Oil is, by any measure, a far superior source of EPA and DHA than fish oil, it gives metabolic effects, supports healthy glucose management, encourages the body to burn stored intra-abdominal fat and liver fat deposition, it is virtually pollutant free, and it comes from the most abundant animal species on the planet.

Research, predominately focused on cardiovascular benefits, demonstrated that dietary supplementation with Arctic Ruby Oil promotes healthy arterial blood flow, and helps to reduce arterial oxidative stress.

Clinical trials using Arctic Ruby Oil as a dietary supplement have confirmed its safety and efficacy.

The overall consensus is that Arctic Ruby Oil is natures most powerful supplement, making it superior to fish oil.

One more difference between Arctic Ruby Oil and typical fish oil: it contains Astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is believed to be the most beneficial antioxidant nature has to offer. Its benefits are numerous from UV-radiation protection, to eye and heart health, to improved athletic performance. “And that means it can be used for whole-body health,” Dr Raa said.

Isn’t it time to change your oil?

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6 thoughts on “We Need to Talk About Arctic Ruby Oil, Because This Is How Good it Really Is For You

  1. Don G Wyvell says:

    In your booklet you state “All orders come with 100% money back guarantee. No Questions asked. No time limits.”
    On your web site you do not mention “No time limits.” You also state ” return the unused portions.”
    What is the true guarantee? If I order I intend to order a 9 month supply and try it for a full 9 months. Then, depending on the results, I might stop using to see if I notice a difference. This would mean I would not have an unused portion to return. Please clarify.

    1. IMMUNOCORP says:


      Yes, we have a 100% money back guarantee. Having said this, we do request any unused portion be returned for the refund. With larger orders, rarely do customer use the entire amount they purchased only to finally decide the product did not work out for them. On the flip side, with small orders, this is more common.

  2. Juan Luken says:

    I have trouble swallowing the soft gel. Can I just take the oil out of the gel and pass it with water?

    1. IMMUNOCORP says:


      Yes, this is fine. May not taste very good with water, so you may want to experiment with different methods. Food is fine as well.

  3. Paul Bowe says:

    How do I get Ruby Oil?

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