Astaxanthin supplement for cell purification
A simple search on the Internet shows a more comprehensive list of healthcare products containing this component. In other words, Astaxanthin is famous, and easily can be found on the Internet.
Due to Astaxanthin being widely promoted as the powerful antioxidant superior than beta-carotene and Vitamin E, it has been given a nickname as Super Vitamin E. Astaxanthin is 100 times more powerful than Vitamin E, 10 times more powerful than Beta-carotene, 800 times more powerful than Co-Q10. Being an antioxidant also imply that it can remove excess free radicals, the singlet oxygen that is toxic among active oxygen. Generally if a body has high levels of free radicals, it is at risk of getting cancer, lifestyle related disease and DNA damage.
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment with red-orange hue, is a powerful biological antioxidant that occur naturally in a wide variety of living organisms, such as prawns, which gives prawns the bright orange colour when cooked, the question arised are whether Astaxanthin are more active under high heat temperature or in its raw form? Because common sense will tell us that vitamins are heat sensitive therefore degrades under high temperatures. But as from experience, the flesh of tuna remain orange in colour even after it has been cooked.
From a scholarly point of view, Astaxanthin is a pigment derived from algae. A question arised as to pigments belong to phytonutrients or which group of nutrients?
Perhaps all of us know carrots are a rich source of carotenoid, but do we know that other than carrots, carotenoid is present in plants, animals and microorganisms?
Animals, including humans, are not able to synthesise carotenoid, so I suppose prawns obtain carotenoid from microalgae and plants in their habitat.
Plants, on the other hand, are able to synthesise carotenoid.
The potent antioxidant property of Astaxanthin has been implicated in its various biological activities demonstrated in both experimental animals and climical studies.
Lifestyle related diseases include:
1. pain and inflammation
Astaxanthin being an anti-inflammatory, can relieve pain and inflammation which is why it is good for preventing chronic disease. A drug specific for pain and inflammation relieving may have unwanted side effects of poisoning, gastrointestinal bleeding and heartburn. Athletes undergoing muscle recovery treatment may ask their physicians for Astaxanthin supplement. As this is how wild salmons recover from muscle isdues after having to swim upstream then go back to their origin.
2. eye problems
Diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and eye strains are common complaints in the modern era. Protect your eyes by incorporating Astaxanthin into your supplement regime.
Astaxanthin is able to cross the barrier to reach the retina.
3. Toxic build up
Astaxanthin has amazing cell purification properties, and it can penetrate every cells easily, transporting toxic waste from the cells to be eliminated from the system.
4. Skin problems
Experts agree that sunburn are inflammation signals given by our bodies. The same goes to spots, freckles, dry, rough and dull skin, premature aging signs such as wrinkles.
As Astaxanthincan penetrate every cells easily, transporting toxic waste from the cells to be eliminated from the system, it can reduce UVA damage after the skin has been exposed to long period of sun.
If you can be certain that the salmons that you buy are wild caught, and you eat them frequently, namely, 165g of salmon per day, then you can ensure your intake of Astaxanthin is sufficient.
You can also check the label on your supplement, Astaxanthin normally can be found in DHA, omega 3 and Lutein supplement. If your supplement contain 4mg per serving, then it is sufficient if you take the supplement in a daily basis.
Astaxanthin supplement Astein Plus, which is formulated using AstaReal, astaxanthin from Japan. Buy our Astaxanthin supplement Astein Plus: https://nutrixfoods.my/product/astein-plus/
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