Viridian Astaxanthin 30 Capsules
Where does Astaxanthin come from?
Viridian Astaxanthin is sourced from fresh water microalgae, cultivated with pristine water from the Himalayas. It is grown in an ideal climate so the process has minimal environmental impact. There is no artificial heating or cooling just natural sunlight to allow the microalgae to flourish.
What is Astaxanthin?
ASTAXANTHIN – astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant carotenoid derived from the Haematococcus pluvialis algae. Astaxanthin is closely related to other well-known carotenoids, such as b-carotene, zeaxanthin and lutein, thus they share many of the metabolic and physiological functions attributed to carotenoids.
Astaxanthin can be significantly more effective than beta-carotene and lutein at preventing UV-light photooxidation of lipids. Research to date reveals that naturally sourced algal astaxanthin helps protect against UVA-induced DNA alterations – effectively working as an ‘internal sunscreen’.
This carotenoid is a lipid soluble pigment and red in colour. The vivid red of Astaxanthin is produced by the microalgae as a protective reaction to UV light.
KEY FEATURES of Astaxanthin
- Vegan Astaxanthin in vegetable capsules
- Sourced from fresh water microalgae (Haematococcus pluvialis), one of the richest sources of natural astaxanthin
- Cultivated using natural waters from the Himalayas
- Formulated in a base of marigold flower, naturally rich in the carotenoids lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin
- 100% active ingredients with no fillers, binders or nasties
- GMO free, palm oil free, never animal tested, ethically made.
Directions: As a food supplement take one capsule daily with food or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
One vegan capsule provides:
Astaxanthin (Haematococcus pluvialis)
|In a base of Marigold flower
Vegan (HPMC) Capsule
Astaxanthin is an antioxidant. This effect might protect cells from damage. Astaxanthin might also improve the way the immune system functions.
People use astaxanthin for many purposes, including Alzheimer's disease athletic performance, aging skin, muscle soreness from exercise and many others.