Are you looking for a way to maximize your overall health and improve the appearance of your skin? Find out how astaxanthin can change your life by making you not only feel well but be well! After learning about it and making this superpower algae a part of your daily routine you will have unlocked the secret to aging gracefully.
Is the Astaxanthin Trend Worth the Hype?
Astaxanthin is an organic marine microalgae (Haematococcus pluvialis). Because of its molecular structure and unique features, this red algae is known as the King of Carotenoids and is one of the most potent antioxidants found in nature. It can help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, which can contribute to the development of chronic diseases.
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- Boosts the body’s immunity
- Reduces inflammation
- Boosts cellular renewal
- Stress reduction
- Improved blood flow
- Protects against cellular damage
The proven effects on disease include anti-cancer and anti-diabetic properties. It also supports cardiovascular health, brain function, eye health, endurance, performance, recovery, joint health, and organ function.
As one of the most powerful antioxidants found in nature, this superstar can annihilate free radicals at amazing scavenging capacity rates!
6000 times Vitamin C
1000 times Vitamin E
800 times Coenzyme Q10
1800 times Nitric Oxide
3100 times Natto
700 times Anthocyanin (OPC)
110 times Beta-Carotene
1100 times Nucleic Acid
1800 times Lycopene
800 times Carotol
320 times Tea Polyphenols
Why is Algae/Astaxanthin Important for Your Skin?
As the body’s largest organ, skin benefits are impressive! Red Algae are super abundant in antioxidants, vitamins, and protein. When added to your skincare routine you will see improvements in clarity and overall cleanliness. Antifungal and antibacterial properties help curb breakouts to create an even facial complexion. Adding astaxanthin to your cleansing routine will have benefits for you now and in the future.
Minimizes wrinkle formation reduction
Reduces dark spots
Supports healthy collagen
Helps maintain moisture
Protects skin from UV damage
Where do I Find Astaxanthin?
Astaxanthin is not produced naturally by your body but it is found naturally in algae, krill, and contained in other fish such as salmon and shellfish. The astaxanthin in these fish gives them their unique magenta coloring. A six-ounce serving of wild salmon will provide you with about 3.6 mg of astaxanthin. Wild salmon contains more astaxanthin than farmed salmon due to their natural diets. According to nutritionist Dawn Blatner, people only ingest an average of 11 mg of astaxanthin per year, and to reap the benefits of astaxanthin a person should consume that amount per day! Chaé’s AstaBerry nutritional supplement coming soon.
Chaé Organics’ quality ToxicFree® products that contain Astaxanthin:
Other Name(s): Astaxanthine, Astaxantina, Dihydroxy-3,3; dioxo-4,4; bêta-
carotène, Microalgae, Microalgue, Micro-Algue, Ovoester, 3,3;-dihydroxy-4,4;-
diketo-beta-carotene, 3S,3;S-astaxanthin, 3R,3;R-astaxanthin, 3R,3; S-astaxanthin.
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