, keys for the production of astaxanthin.
ZanthinNEX is a form of the carotenoid astaxanthin produced via a proprietary process using natural enzymatic conversions that deliver a safe finished product that is "nature equivalent" to conventional astaxanthin produced via extraction from Haematococcus
Pigmentation of Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, by dietary astaxanthin extracted from Haematococcus
Aside from these studies, the ISS astronauts were also able to closely monitor how microgravity in space affects the algae Haematococcus
pluvialis, which is capable of producing the powerful antioxidant astaxanthin.
Algae Life Sciences, Inc., a subsidiary of BGG, has obtained organic certification by Ecocert, an organic certifying agency based in France, for its Haematococcus
The new NAXA Retail Testing Program involves testing products available to consumers to verify they contain natural algae astaxanthin derived from Haematococcus
Since a small dosage is typically required for an astaxanthin supplement, the 5% oleoresin derived from Haematococcus
pluvialis microalgae provides a high concentration while still permitting a small capsule form for easy swallowing, according to the company.
NAXA was founded in 2014 and is built around the promotion, protection, education and regulatory status of natural astaxanthin derived from Haematococcus
pluvial for use in food and dietary supplements.
"Astaxanthin is also a significant component of a vegan and vegetarian source--algae, specifically the abundant Haematococcus
We also discuss the green microalga Haematococcus
pluvialis, the richest source of natural 1, and its utilization in the promotion of human health, including the antihypertensive and neuroprotective potentials of 1, emphasizing our experimental data on the effects of dietary astaxanthin on blood pressure, stroke, and vascular dementia in animal models, is described.
Seward, also cultivates freshwater microalgae (both are species Haematococcus
pluvialis) in an indoor cGMP-compliant facility.
AstaReal Astaxanthin: This potent carotenoid is sustainably derived from Haematococcus