As well as providing general information on Astaxanthin this booklet also gives an overview of it’s many uses.
The natural world has given up a new treasure, a versatile antioxidant pigment. Astaxanthin is responsible for the splendid pink colouring of flamingos and the rich pink of shrimps and salmon. Not only colourful, it is enormously potent - research suggests that it could be many times more powerful an antioxidant than vitamin E. Fortunately for vegetarians the richest known source of astaxanthin is an alga, haematococcus pluvialis, from which it can now be extracted.
This book provides a fascinating insight into its far-reaching benefits to health, back-up by the latest research, and explains its potential uses within the world of natural healthcare.
Author: Emma Wells Dip ION