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Astaxanthin prevents cellular damage and disease

(NaturalHealth365) Astaxanthin, is one of the most amazing plant pigments – widely researched for its strong immune boosting capabilities. Studies reveal that astaxanthin is capable of enhancing antibody production, amplifying natural killer cell activity and acting as a potent anti-aging antioxidant. At sufficient levels, astaxanthin can dramatically decrease DNA damage and protect your cells from premature death.

Where do we find astaxanthin?

This valuable nutrient is a fat-soluble red pigment from the carotenoid family – just like betacarotene, lycopene, and lutein. It can be found in plants but predominantly in marine organisms like, algae and wild salmon.

Many studies point to astaxanthin playing a photosynthetic and photo-protective role within the body. The marine algae H. pluvialis is nature’s most concentrated and primary source of astaxanthin and the pigment is produced as a response to stress. Astaxanthin also occurs as a secondary source, in some fish like salmon, that feed on the algae and accumulate the pigment inside their cells – which creates that pinkish hue to their skin.

Why is astaxanthin special?

Astaxanthin has gained importance due to its immune-modulating effects and potent ability to neutralize free radical activity. This reduction in free radicals will dramatically reduce inflammation – one of the primary causes of disease.

If you want to keep your skin looking good – be sure to consume plenty of astaxanthin. In fact, according to most natural health experts, every cell in the body – including the brain, heart, kidney and eyes – can benefit from this red pigment.

Clinical studies have suggested that astaxanthin supports joint and tendon health; health skin during UV and sun exposure; eye and brain health; plus improve your ability to recover from physical activity.

Editor’s Note: Jonathan Landsman, host of recommends ‘BioAstin Hawaiian Astaxanthin’ by the company called, Nutrex Hawaii. Keep in mind, there is no financial incentive or compensation being provided for this recommendation. Jonathan just feels this is a quality nutritional supplement.

Are you suffering from arthritis or any other inflammatory health condition? Then, I strongly recommend that you watch this brief (video) summary – below – about the health benefits of astaxanthin – produced by Suzy Cohen, one of America’s leading pharmacist.

Do you know someone suffering from cognitive decline or memory issues?

A recent 2012 study has confirmed that consuming 12 mg per day, of astaxanthin, enhanced cognitive health and learning scores among healthy middle-aged and elderly subjects that suffered from age-related forgetfulness. This ‘super-antioxidant’ is a must for every human being – especially those suffering with brain-related health issues, body aches and pains or immune-compromised issues.

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References: 1. Dore JE and Cysewski GR. Haematococcus algae meal as a source of natural astaxanthin for aquaculture feeds. Cyanotech Corporation, 73-4460 Queen Kaahumanu Hwy. #102, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740, USA 2. Spiller GA, Dewell A. Safety of an astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus pluvialis algal extract: a randomized clinical trial. J Med Food. 2003;6:51-56. 3. Tominaga K, Hongo N, Karato M, Yamashita E. Cosmetic benefits of astaxanthin on humans subjects. Acta Biochim Pol. 2012;59(1):43-7. 4. Katagiri M, Satoh A, Tsuji S, Shirasawa T. Effects of astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus pluvialis extract on cognitive function: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. J Clin Biochem Nutr. 2012 Sep;51(2):102-7.

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