Astaxanthin with Phospholipids Benefits
- Helps relieve general eye fatigue & discomfort
- Supports immune, heart and cognitive health
- Sunflower phospholipids improve absorption
What Is Astaxanthin with Phospholipids?
Astaxanthin helps relieve general eye fatigue and optimize immune, memory and cardiovascular health. It’s even good for your cellular mitochondria. And while most astaxanthin comes from krill, ours is sourced from a freshwater green algae, and then combined with sunflower phospholipids to aid absorption—no tiny crustaceans required.
Astaxanthin is a remarkable nutrient with benefits for whole body health—but its support of eye health gets top billing. It has been clinically studied to promote visual acuity and helps relieve occasional discomfort associated with eye strain. If you’re among the many who spends extended periods of time looking at electronic screens, astaxanthin is for you.1 When taken in combination with other nutrients including vitamins A, C, and E, astaxanthin also has been shown to help lubricate the eyes.2
Supports healthy inflammatory and immune responses & more
Astaxanthin helps inhibit inflammation to support immune health.2 It also supports healthy cognition and memory.3 This valuable nutrient even supports cardiovascular and metabolic health.1,4,5
Astaxanthin also protects the mitochondria, the tiny powerhouses that give energy to all of our cells.1 Astaxanthin even encourages improvements in both strength and endurance to support athletic performance.1,4,6
Phospholipids for enhanced absorption
Astaxanthin is a fat-soluble nutrient, so it is crucial to take it in a highly absorbable form. To optimize absorption, we’ve blended 4 mg of astaxanthin with a proprietary 80 mg blend of phospholipids, obtained from sunflower.
The phospholipids enhance absorption of carotenoids like astaxanthin, so you can enjoy the full benefits of this powerful antioxidant.7 Add highly absorbable Astaxanthin with Phospholipids to your regimen today.
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