Super-charged Omega-3.


Super-charged Omega-3.

KADO-3 is a supercharged krill and fish oil stack designed for daily protection of the brain and body. KADO-3 is optimized with a 2:1 ratio of DHA to EPA, the two forms of Omega-3 fatty acids. DHA is associated with cognition. KADO-3 rounds out with three synergistic components: Vitamin K, Astaxanthin, and Vitamin D.

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Daily dose of cognitive building blocks and precursors.

KADO-3 combines the beneficial effects of krill and fish oil with boosts like astaxanthin oil.

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Neural Protective Properties

Astaxanthin oil is a powerful anti-oxidant providing neural pathway protective properties by fighting against free radicals.

Maximize the effects of vitamin D

Vitamin K optimizes the effects of Vitamin D on bone density.

A radar chart showing a high effect on mood and health, and a moderate effect on stress reduction and working memory.

Designed for daily protection for brain and body.

KADO-3 is built on a foundation of Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 comes in two main forms DHA and EPA, and in KADO-3, we optimize for a high ratio of DHA to EPA, so our stack is built for cognitive benefit. Astaxanthin is a potent anti-oxidant with neuro-protective properties. KADO-3 is rounded out with Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2, which are two of the most deficient micronutrients in modern diets.

Jump start your mood.

KADO-3 compounds vitamin D + omega-3 fatty acids effect on brain and body.

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Mood & Health

Studies show that a large amount of the general public may be deficient in vitamin D. There is evidence that Vitamin D3 can improve mood and general health.

Cardiovascular & Cognitive Well-Being

Omega-3 fatty acids may improve cardiovascular health.

60 Capsules

Nootropic Ingredients

Vitamin K1

500 mcg

A key form of Vitamin K, an essential micronutrient deficient in modern diets

Crucial for the production of neural cell membranes and improved bone health

Vitamin K2 (MK-7)

100 mcg

In the form of Menaquinone-7 (MK-7), a highly bioavailable form of Vitamin K2, crucial for neuron function and bone health

Associated with a reduced risk for coronary heart disease because coronary artery calcification may be reduced by Vitamin K2

Astaxanthin Oil

1 mg

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects beneficial for long-term health and neuronal functioning

Protects neurons against toxic injury

A naturally occurring carotenoid compound that is commonly found in crustaceans

Vitamin D3

2,000 IU

Shown to regulate the synthesis of neurotrophins and a number of neurotransmitters

It is estimated that 75% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D, particularly those who spend long hours indoors and during the winter months when sunlight is limited

Vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased risk of depressed mood and of neurodegenerative disease in old age


460mg DHA / 230mg EPA

Shown to improve attention, executive function, and memory

Omega-3 fatty acids are crucial components of the cell membrane

It’s best to take Vitamin D and Vitamin K with fat, so Omega-3's are an ideal substrate

The main subtypes of omega-3 fatty acids are EPA, DHA and ALA

DHA makes up 30% of the fat composition of neuronal membranes and promotes fluidity at synaptic junctions, where memories are formed in neural networks

KADO-3 contains a high 2:1 ratio of DHA:EPA for cognitive health


Take two soft gels daily. We recommend taking KADO-3 with breakfast (or first meal of the day) daily to establish a consistent habit.

Scientific Citations

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Katagiri, M., Satoh, A., Tsuji, S., & Shirasawa, T. (2012). Effects of astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus pluvialis extract on cognitive function: a randomised, doubleblind, placebo-controlled study. J Clin Biochem Nutr, 51(2), 102-107. doi: 10.3164/jcbn.11-00017
Nagaki, Y., Hayasaka, S., Yamada, T., HAYASAKA, Y., Sanada, M., & Uonomi, T. (2002). Effects of astaxanthin on accommodation, critical flicker fusion, and pattern visual evoked potential in visual display terminal workers. 和漢医薬学雑 誌, 19(5), 170-173.
Nettleton, J. A. (1993). Are n-3 fatty acids essential nutrients for fetal and infant development? J Am Diet Assoc, 93(1), 58-64.
Riediger, N. D., Othman, R. A., Suh, M., & Moghadasian, M. H. (2009). A systemic review of the roles of n-3 fatty acids in health and disease. J Am Diet Assoc, 109(4), 668-679. doi:10.1016/j.jada.2008.12.022
Thomas, K. K., Lloyd-Jones, D. M., Thadhani, R. I., Shaw, A. C., Deraska, D. J., Kitch, B. T., . . . Finkelstein, J. S. (1998). Hypovitaminosis D in medical inpatients. N Engl J Med, 338.
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