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Neuroprotective Effects of Astaxanthin

Andrew Goedeke - Friday, February 20, 2015

Bob Capelli and Gerald R. Cysewski, PhD

Due to astaxanthin’s superior antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it is making a name for itself as the most superior nutraceutical for brain health. With an increasing amount of research and evidence, scientists have found most diseases associated with the human brain are the result of oxidation and inflammation. The oxidation in our brains is a result of continuous free radicals and singlet oxygen molecules damaging brain cells, causing inflammation, potentially resulting in a range of diseases such as;

 
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Effect of daily use of natural Astaxanthin on symptoms associated with Tennis Elbow

Sam Owles - Friday, November 28, 2014

SUMMARY

A study conducted at the Health Research & Studies Centre looked to find if Astaxanthin had any impact on people suffering from Tennis Elbow. They found the Grip Strength measurement of those subjects supplementing Astaxanthin was significantly greater than those on the placebo. The study concluded daily supplementation of Astaxanthin may help alleviate pain associated with Tennis Elbow and increase mobility.

 
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Astaxanthin, Nature’s Super Carotenoid

Andrew Goedeke - Friday, September 05, 2014

Summary

This papers looks into the well-researched benefits of astaxanthin. With numerous references to studies on astaxanthin, the key health applications are outlined and explained. Details about the safety and superior antioxidant abilities of astaxanthin are included, along with astaxanthin’s well researched health benefits that include;

  • Protection from Oxidative stress
  • Protection from UV light
  • Metabolic effects
  • Support of Eye Health
  • Cancer Deterrence
  • Immune Support
 
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Astaxanthins application for human health and nutrition

Andrew Goedeke - Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Summary

Astaxanthin has significant uses in the nutraceutical, cosmetic, and feed industries. The richest source of astaxanthin can be found in the haematococcus pluvialis microalgae which is now cultivated on an industrial scale. As a potent antioxidant, astaxanthin has potential to target a range of health conditions. This article covers the antioxidant, UV-light protection, anti-inflammatory and other properties of astaxanthin and its role in human health issues. The research reviewed supports the assumption that protecting body tissues from oxidative damage with daily supplementation of natural astaxanthin is a beneficial strategy in maintaining health.

 
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