Unlike chlorophyll and Beta-Carotene, which are both found in terrestrial                                                                     plants, Astaxanthin is found predominantly in marine life. A form of                                                                               microalgae, Astaxanthin is consumed by many different types of aquatic                                                                     life, and its intense red pigmentation results in these animals having red                                                                     or pink flesh, or outer shells. Because of this, one of the highest                                                                                   concentrations of Astaxanthin, other than the Haematoccus Pluvialis                                                                           algae (the truest form of the microalgae which fish eat)  is found in Wild                                                                       Pacific sockeye Salmon. This pigment is what gives the fish's flesh its signature deep red hue, and incredible antioxidant properties. Scientists theorize that the antioxidant properties of natural Astaxanthin in salmon helps provide the endurance these remarkable animals need to swim upstream to spawn. Natural sources of marine life that contain Astaxanthin include Lobster, Shrimp, Crab, Trout, Algae & Krill. 

 

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