Revealed: An Overview Of Zeaxanthin And Its Health Benefits

Posted by on 26th September 2015
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Over the years, research has and continues to suggest that zeaxanthin is connected to the prevention of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and eye health. In addition, there is also a strong likelihood that it is linked to the prevention of cataracts. This is, perhaps, the reason why a diet that provides you with a daily […]

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Astaxanthin Information

Posted by on 13th November 2012
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Astaxanthin is a natural compound which belongs to the class of phytochemicals, also known as terpenes. An interesting fact about its name root is it is derived from a word meaning yellow leaves. Discovery The first family of carotenoids was recognized because of leaf pigments. Astaxanthin is, as a matter of fact a pigment of […]

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Health Benefits of Astaxanthin

Posted by on 06th November 2012
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Astaxanthin Astaxanthin is a kind of Carotenoid belongs to the xanthophyll family (yellow color pigments). It is soluble in the lipids.Its mainly found in the yeast, micro algae, salmon, shrimp and crayfish. The benefits of taking Astaxanthin are listed below: 1) It is used to boost up the immune system of the human body. 2) […]

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Can Vitamin C Reduce A Cold?

Posted by on 23rd August 2012
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Vitamin C Perhaps the most commonly known ability of vitamin C is strengthening the immune system. However this highly potent nutrient has numerous other vital roles that manage significant elements of our health. Also known as ascorbic acid, this type of vitamin is soluble in water. It is a nutrient found in a variety of […]

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How Does Lutein Protect The Eyes?

Posted by on 20th August 2012
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Lutein This substance is derived from plant material and it is synthesized like any other xanthophylls.  It is a type of carotenoid common in fruits and vegetables. The concentration of lutein is high in vegetables especially green leafy vegetables such as kales, collard greens, lettuce and spinach among other indigenous vegetables. This substance, lutein is […]

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