THE MOST POWERFUL ANTIOXIDANT ON EARTH

Dear Friend,

How’s it going?

Most of us already have PLENTY to stress
out about already, right?

There’s work, finances, relationships, the economy,
the list of things to worry about are endless!

That’s why today I’m going to share with you a simple
nutrient that will give you one less thing to stress about
– your health.

Enjoy!

Yours For Health,
Shane Shiels
Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide’s Premier Health & Fitness Expert

The Most Powerful Antioxidant On Earth

What would you think if I told you there’s a supplement
out there that could help you with practically EVERY major
health concern you could ever have?

Well, there is…

When I first heard about it, I thought it may have been a
little hyped up.

But upon further investigation, it seems that this humble
antioxidant could be the most powerful on earth.

It really hasn’t gotten much press until recently.

And study after study keeps coming out with even more
good news and health benefits it can offer.

I’m talking about astaxanthin.

You probably haven’t heard of it. But it’s creating quite a
stir in the scientific community.

It’s simply an amazingly powerful antioxidant that has
PLENTY of benefits.

For starters, it’s estimated to be 6,000 times more potent
than vitamin C, and up to 550 times more powerful than
vitamin E.

But what makes it even better, is that in addition to fighting
off free radicals, it also helps fight inflammation – one of
the chief causes of disease in our modern world.

Because of this, the health benefits it offers are almost too
many to count, which makes it seem like it’s a ‘miracle’
nutrient that’s too good to be true.

The only thing is – it IS true.

Take a look:

Boost your immune system
Studies show astaxanthin can boost the production of
white blood cells (lymphocytes) and balance the immune
system. [1] This effectively helps reduce inflammation,
which is just an over-response from your immune system.

And because it helps balance out your immune system,
astaxanthin has been shown in human studies to help
with allergies and asthma – both conditions that are
brought on by an over-active immune system.

In fact, in one study, researchers found astaxanthin
worked just as good as (and in some cases better than)
common antihistamines like Zyrtec and Astelin. [2]

Shield your heart from disease
Astaxanthin has been shown in rat studies to help with
hypertension (high blood pressure) – and in humans
it’s been shown to improve total cholesterol, lower
triglycerides and even boost HDL (‘good’) cholesterol. [3,4]

Heck, one study even found that astaxanthin can make
your heart stronger at the cellular level. It does this by
improving the delivery of cellular (mitochondrial) energy
to the heart. [5] As a result, your heart can beat more
powerfully and efficiently.

Cancer prevention
Because astaxanthin is so powerful and effective at
fighting free radicals, it can help prevent cancer by
shutting down abnormal cell growth at its source:
It protects your DNA from oxidative damage. [6]

Just so we’re on the same page, oxidative damage
is what’s responsible for your DNA mutating and
then telling your cells to grow abnormally.

Because of this extraordinary ability to fight off free
radicals, other promising research shows astaxanthin
may even help stop cancer in its tracks at almost every stage.

This is just the beginning…

I could keep going on and on with all the studies that
have found the health benefits astaxanthin can offer.

For example, it’s also been shown to help with age-related
macular degeneration, brain health, skin protection
against UV rays, diabetes, athletic performance and more!

And while many more studies need to be done to be
sure, early research suggests it may even play a role
in extending your lifespan! [7]

So what exactly is astaxanthin?

It’s actually a phytochemical found in microalgae.
It acts as a sort of sunscreen for marine plants.

And what makes it so powerful as an antioxidant is
that it remains active in your body for a lot longer
than other antioxidants.

While other antioxidants get ‘depleted’ after neutralizing
free radicals, astaxanthin remains intact and is ready for
another ‘go’ at fighting more free radicals that cross its path.

You could say it’s the ‘Superman’ of antioxidants.

So if you’re looking to give yourself a health boost, why
not give it a try?

You could buy it as a supplement on its own (probably your best bet)
or you can get it by supplementing with Krill Oil.
(As it turns out, Krill oil has naturally occurring
amounts of astaxanthin).

Your body and overall health will thank you!

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References:

[1]. Nakao R, Nelson OL, Park JS, Mathison BD, Thompson PA,
Chew BP. Effect of dietary astaxanthin at different stages
of mammary tumor initiation in BALB/c mice. Anticancer
Res. 2010 Jun;30(6):2171-5.

[2] Mahmoud FF, Haines DD, Abul HT, Abal AT, Onadeko BO,
Wise JA. In vitro effects of astaxanthin combined with ginkgolide
B on T lymphocyte activation in peripheral blood mononuclear
cells from asthmatic subjects. J Pharmacol Sci. 2004 Feb;94(2):129-36.

[3] Hussein G, Nakamura M, Zhao Q, et al. Antihypertensive
and neuroprotective effects of astaxanthin in experimental
animals. Biol Pharm Bull. 2005 Jan;28(1):47-52.

[4] Yoshida H, Yanai H, Ito K, et al. Administration of natural
astaxanthin increases serum HDL-cholesterol and adiponectin
in subjects with mild hyperlipidemia. Atherosclerosis.
2010 Apr;209(2):520-3

[5] Nakao R, Nelson OL, Park JS, Mathison BD, Thompson PA,
Chew BP. Effect of astaxanthin supplementation on inflammation
and cardiac function in BALB/c mice. Anticancer Res.
2010 Jul;30(7):2721-5.

[6] Santocono M, Zurria M, Berrettini M, Fedeli D, Falcioni G. Lutein,
zeaxanthin and astaxanthin protect against DNA damage in
SK-N-SH human neuroblastoma cells induced by reactive nitrogen
species. J Photochem Photobiol B. 2007 Jul 27;88(1):1-10.

[7] Yazaki K, Yoshikoshi C, Oshiro S, Yanase S. Supplemental
cellular protection by a carotenoid extends life span via Ins/IGF-1
signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Oxid Med Cell Longev.
2011;2011:596240.

Quote Corner

“I’d rather attempt to do something great and fail than to
attempt to do nothing and succeed” -Robert H. Schuller

Eat Yourself Thin

Quick Tuna Casserole
(Serves Four)

1 (205gms) package macaroni and cheese mix
1 (305gms) can condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 (255gms) can tuna, drained
1 (305gms) can peas, drained

1. Prepare macaroni and cheese mix according to package
directions. Stir in the cream of mushroom soup, tuna and peas.
Mix well, and heat until bubbly.

Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 20 mins
Ready: 25 mins

Amount Per Serving – Calories: 363 / Total Fat: 7.1g /
Cholesterol: 26mg / Sodium: 1062mg / Total Carbs:
46.1g / Dietary Fibre: 3.2g / Protein: 28.1g

Recipe from AllRecipes.com.

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