Monday, January 09, 2006

AstaFactor Astaxanthin. Exercise Aches and Pains.

Northern California has two seasons. April-Oct is the dry season. It never rains. Not once in that period of time.

Nov-Mar is the rainy season. Especially January and February when it can rain for days, or even weeks at a time.

You may have read or seen on the news that California had some record flooding the past several months.

Well, between the rain and a huge workload, I have been a human veal (trapped in the pen of my office, and unable to move around much). So my exercise regimen has left much to be desired.

This weekend however the sun graced us with its presence, and I took advantage to get some natural Vitamin D production and outdoor exercise. Yesterday I tackled one of my favorite trails, 4 miles with a sometimes steep vertical gain of about 2500 feet over 1.5 miles.

Not a mountain by any means, but darn good aerobic exercise. I should be feeling some muscle pain today because I really pushed it. But - aside from a bit of pleasant heaviness in my legs - nothing!

No aches, no agony, no pain.

I totally attribute it to Astaxanthin. The "Sports Formula" is actually marketed for this purpose, but both the SalmonEssentials and Rejuvenation will have similar effect.

No matter your age or workout regimen, I urge you to try Astafactor Astaxanthin before and after your workout. Let me know how you feel.

AstaFactor is stable at room temperature unlike cheap synthetic astaxanthin products which lose all potency if not continually kept at 0 degrees. Mera Pharmaceuticals produces astaxanthin naturally from Hawaiian grown algae, and extracts it using a patented method in order to preserve its potency.

I use both the Salmon Essentials (3 softgels AM/ 3 PM) and Sports Formula (1 softgel AM / 1 PM) every day. I like the convenience of getting my Omega-3 and astaxanthin in one product - the Salmon Essentials.

Astaxanthin, after about 1 month of use can also help protect your skin from sunburn!

What are you waiting for? Order some from today.