Astaxanthin benefits, dangers, side effects and Astaxanthin containing foods.
Did you know?
Natural Astaxanthin is;
🔥5 times stronger than ß CAROTENE
🔥500 times stronger than VITAMIN E
🔥800 times stronger than CO Q10
🔥6000 times stronger than VITAMIN C
Purpose for the nutrient – Antioxidants
Reduce oxidative stress (harmful effects) that comes from our lifestyle choices such as;
👉🏾Eating fried fatty foods
👉🏾Consuming smoked and barbequed meats
👉🏾Living in air pollution
👉🏾Excessive exposure to the sun
This is not an excuse to smoke cigarettes or expose yourself to harmful pollutants.
The Role of Antioxidants in Health.
👉🏾Naturally formed during metabolic activities.
👉🏾Excessive free radicals are generated by lifestyle factors such as unhealthy diets, excessive alcohol consumption, tobacco smoke, UV exposure and air pollutants.
👉🏾Produced naturally by the body to counteract free radicals.
👉🏾Protects against oxidative stress in the body
👉🏾Phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals & bioactive.
What foods contain Astaxanthin/ Antioxidants
Many types of food contain some antioxidants.
Foods rich in them are: Plant foods – fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, Oil.
Because you might not be able to consume all these in a day, a capsule of Astaxanthin is included in your daily dose of our wellness product to help you live and feel healthy.
Dangers or Side Effects of Astaxanthin
Astaxanthin is quite safe. However, it has been found to cause passage of reddish stool that can be mistaken for the passage of melena stool in upper GI bleeding….
Other side effects of Astaxanthin are diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal pains and possibly allergies.
On the side effects of Astaxanthin on the liver and the kidneys, I figured out many persons want to know about this. O have however discovered that Astaxanthin is safe for both the liver and kidneys. It is not harmful to these vital organs.
Please do not take overdosage of Astaxanthin….that will surely be harmful.
As it is an important anti-oxidant, Astaxanthin helps boost sperm count production and also boost ovulation (fertility) im women.
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