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What does Astaxanthin do for the body

Astaxanthin is a naturally-occurring carotenoid ( Fat soluble pigments ). It is found in microalgae, krill, shrimp, yeast, crayfish, lobster, trout, crab, salmon and crustaceans. It is known as a super nutrient. It has an antioxidant and anti inflammatory property. It reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer. It treats male infertility and Rheumatoid Arthritis. It is effectives for Carpel Tunnel Syndrome and High Cholesterol. It increases the Muscle strength. It travels through the bloodstream and reaches cells, tissues and the organs. It supports the over all health.
Astaxanthin directly affects the mitochondria. Mitochondria is known as the powerhouse of the cell. It produces most of the energy in the body. The energy producing process releases free radicals in the body, they damage the cell membrane. This causes sore muscles. However, Astaxanthin enhances the vitality of the mitochondria. More the number of mitochodria in the body, less will be the damage done by free radicals.
Astaxanthin provides more efficiency in your body to stay for longer periods in the sun. It protect the skin from sunburns.

Benefits of Astaxanthin
Reduces Sunburn
Help in Freckles
Improves Eyesight
Reduces Inflammation
Give Relief from the Pain
Help in Alzheimer's disease
It reduces the risk of DNA damage
Repair the skin damaged by UV rays
Effective for Musculoskeletal injuries
Help to maintain the moisture and elasticity of the Skin
Reduces your risk for Macular Degeneration and Dementia
It helps in Cataracts and Blindness. It has an ability to reach the retina. It reduces the risk of diabetic retinopathy and helps in Eye strain.
After physical exertion the lactic acid deposits in the muscles cause muscle cramps. It reduces muscle fatigue.

Deficiency of Astaxanthin causes
Eye Problems
Muscle Fatigue

We recommend you to take natural Astaxanthin only. Synthetic Astaxanthin may cause damage.

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