Haematococcus lacustris (pluvialis)

Haematococcus pluvialis: A Source of Astaxanthin

Haematococcus pluvialis, a freshwater green microalga, stands as the premier natural source of astaxanthin, acclaimed as one of the most potent antioxidants recognized by mankind.

Astaxanthin: Nature's Shield
This microalga synthesizes astaxanthin as a shield against adverse environmental conditions, particularly during the summer when ponds desiccate, ensuring the preservation of its DNA integrity.

Resilience and Dormancy
This resilience allows the microalga to lie dormant until revitalized by subsequent rainfall, a phenomenon that may span several years.
Astaxanthin's Efficacy 
Such remarkable resilience underscores astaxanthin's efficacy as an exceptional antioxidant. Studies have unequivocally demonstrated that natural astaxanthin derived from microalgae surpasses vitamin E by over 500-fold in potency and outshines other carotenoids.

Vibrant Coloration and EnduranceAstaxanthin, characterized by its deep red hue, not only imparts distinct colors to shrimp, krill, and salmon but also enhances the endurance of salmon, enabling them to traverse up to 2,000 miles upstream

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