Think about the immense strength and stamina that salmon possess to complete their strenuous migration upstream. To fuel their journey, their muscle cells are concentrated with a red-orange carotene—and they have a LOT of muscle. But the true source of this power and of their pinkish hue can be traced to what they eat, a deep-red algae called astaxanthin.
Astaxanthin is thought to be nature’s most powerful carotenoid, and science reveals it’s stronger than the strongest known antioxidants—vitamin C, vitamin E and CoQ10. As such, it can help neutralize free radical damage in virtually every key health system in the body, including the heart and brain.
And, not surprisingly, it can help minimize sore muscles after strenuous activity, which is why it’s part of my fitness routine.
But perhaps the most amazing benefit is how it can help improve the condition of skin from the inside out. I can’t wait to show and tell you about astaxanthin, my favorite daily antioxidant.
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