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Why We Love Astaxanthin as Our Top Natural Antioxidant in 2021

November 02, 2020

Why We Love Astaxanthin as Our Top Natural Antioxidant in 2021

What is Astaxanthin?

Astaxanthin is a strong natural antioxidant found in shrimp, lobster, microalgae, and other sea creatures. One of the strongest dietary antioxidants, the following list shows how it compares to other, powerful, well-known antioxidants:

  • 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C
  • 3,000 times stronger than resveratrol
  • 800 times stronger than coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
  • 550 times stronger than green tea catechins

 It's also 1.6 times more potent than lycopene, 2.6 times more powerful than lutein, and 4.9 times more powerful than beta-carotene.

 

Benefits of Astaxanthin 

 All that antioxidant potency packed into one ingredient can provide an array of therapeutic benefits, such as:

 

  • Aid with diabetes, including reducing glucose toxicity and oxidative stress, improving sugar metabolism and lymph cell recovery
  • More normalized cholesterol levels, enhanced circulation, and blood flow and regulated lipids and, subsequently, lower risk and reduced symptoms of heart disease
  • Reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease
  • Impeded development of Parkinson's disease
  • More normalized blood pressure levels and reduced high blood pressure, hypertension risk, and related symptoms
  • Help to prevent and repairing from heart damage, including by protecting the endothelium and correcting any imbalance of peroxynitrite and nitric oxide in the cells of the arterial lining and other blood vessels
  • Lowered oxidative stress and improved immunity
  • Protection from bacterial inflammation
  • Prevention of stroke and reduction of damage from stroke
  • Accelerated traumatic brain injury recovery
  • Aid managing ulcers by reducing oxidative stress and helping to control bacterial infection
  • Improved skin health and vitality, including by restoring skin moisture, smoothing wrinkles, and reducing age spots
  • Aid preventing and treating fatty liver disease
  • Aid slowing, impeding, and reducing cancer-cell growth
  • A boost in physical performance
  • Aid relieving infertility in men and menopausal symptoms in women
  • Reduced joint pain and lowered symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis pain

 Many of these benefits have already been shown in scientific studies, while other studies are still underway to support anecdotal reports. 

 

Astaxanthin as a Natural Antioxidant | Farlong Pharmaceutical 

 The body cannot produce this strong natural antioxidant on its own, so you need to get it through your diet or dietary supplements if you're to get it at all. While you should eat a decent amount of shrimp, salmon, rainbow trout, lobster, and other seafood regularly, that won't be enough to provide you all of this strong natural antioxidant that your body needs to reap the health benefits described above. That's where Farlong Pharmaceutical comes in. Farlong Pharmaceutical's Astaxanthin supplement is sourced from Farlong's GMP-certified farm and contains no gluten or GMO ingredients. It's also been tested for quality assurance in a third-party lab.

 

About Farlong Pharmaceutical

Since 1998, Farlong Pharmaceutical has combined ancient Oriental medicine and modern technology to create a line of natural and safe products that promote a healthy life. Farlong is a vertically integrated herbal ingredient and supplement company with its own GAP (Good Agricultural Practice) certified cultivation base, cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice), certified manufacturing facilities and distribution channels for its unique and effective ingredients and formulas, including InnerPure® for colon detoxing, Lifeflower® breviscapine for cognitive health, Ginseng Plus® Panax Notoginseng™ for heart health and AstaBest® Astaxanthin for antioxidant nutrition. Farlong offers contract manufacturing services and ingredients for health and beauty brands to develop proprietary formulas and product lines. For more information, visit Farlong.com for supplements and 400+ ingredients, and follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

 

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