Fish oil is high in purines, this promotes the accumulation of uric acid in the body. This buildup can cause gout or kidney stones. However, the krill oil we use in Kryom is highly purified and does not cause problems in most people. If you have a history of gout or kidney problems you should consult with your doctor before consuming Kryom.
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- Can children consume Kryom?
- Can I consume Kryom if I am taking birth control pills?
- Can I consume Kryom with other multivitamins?
- Can I duplicate or increase my daily dose of Kryom?
- Can I open the capsule and take Kryom oil directly?
- Can I take fish oil and Kryom at the same time?
- Can I take Kryom before bedtime?
- Can I take Kryom if I am allergic to seafood or shellfish?
- Can I take Kryom if I am pregnant or nursing?
- Can I take Kryom on an empty stomach?