Astaxanthin: Nature’s Most Powerful Antioxidant

Astaxanthin: Nature’s Most Powerful Antioxidant

written by: Eve Bynum
by: Eve Bynum
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Are you looking to reverse the signs of aging, prevent dry wrinkled skin, age spots etc...

Astaxanthin is a small miracle supplement plastic surgeons don't want you to know about.

It is one of nature's most potent antioxidants, which neutralizes multiple free radicals that protect our skin, organs, body tissue and cells against oxidation, inflammation, and damage. It is also a carotenoid with naturally occurring pigments that gives salmon and flamingos a beautiful pink color. Astaxanthin is the reason salmon have the strength and endurance to swim up stream. This gives them the best endurance of all sea creatures. This is why it can improve our athletic abilities.

Astaxanthin has been shown in clinical studies to increase and retain moisture in the skin, improve elasticity, and decreasing fine lines and wrinkles. It also reduces DNA damage.

2. Astaxanthin has UV-blocking properties, which protects the skin against sun-related damage, and reduces the signs of aging. This is a natural sunscreen. It also crosses the blood-brain barrier and protects against blindness, dementia and Alzheimer's disease

3. Astaxanthin is a supernutrient, it is 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C, 800 times stronger than CoQ10, 550 times stronger than green tea catechins and 75 times stronger than alpha lipoic acid, 54 times more powerful than beta-carotene, and 14 times more powerful than vitamin E.

5. Astaxanthin has been proven to increase blood flow, and helps your skin to have better circulation. Increased circulation has various benefits, including increased cell turnover, amplified elasticity, and increased water retention.

There have been no adverse reactions found for people taking astaxanthin. Check with your doctor first, but experts say taking 4-6mg per day will give you all the health benefits you need. This supplement will help you look younger and have healthier looking skin.

Make sure you purchase natural Astaxanthin from Marine algae and not the synthetic lab-made kind. The label will read "naturally colored" or "wild" which is more potent then the synthetic variety.

written by: Eve Bynum

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