Friday, November 18, 2005

AstaFactor Astaxanthin. What makes an Algae Get Mad and Turn Red?

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I thought you might enjoy watching one of our products being manufactured. Have you seen the "Dirty Jobs" show on The Discovery Channel? Well, our manufacturer of astaxanthin (Mera Pharmaceuticals) is featured on one of this show's three segments- watch it this Saturday the 19th, or next Friday the 25th.
They grow the algae, stress it so that it produces astaxanthin, then harvest and process it to obtain the AstaFactor that goes into our Salmon Essentials, Sports Formula and the (sold out)Rejuvenation Formula.

Here is a link directly to the products on our site: Astaxanthin

Lots of info on the product pages as you have come to expect from us.

Astaxanthin is a very safe and potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory compound. Furthermore, before years end, we expect to have the results of a double-blind, randomized controlled human study of astaxanthin's ability to reduce C-Reactive Protein (CRP) levels which is an indicator of cardiac risk.

I hope you found this fun and useful, thanks for your trust and business.