The main component of Axanta is Astaxanthin - a naturally-occurring red pigment of algae. Getting to the food chain, is responsible for the colour of shrimp, shells of shellfish, as well as salmon. Astaxanthin is one of the most powerful antioxidants found in the nature. It has many proven beneficial effects on the human body.

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How does Astaxanthin work?

► protects the skin from the inside by combating free radicals, as well as by strong protection against ultraviolet radiation. Clinical studies on human indicate that consumption of 6 mg Astaxanthin daily for at least 6 to 8 weeks reduces the size of wrinkles and age spots while increasing the moisture, elasticity and improving the appearance of skin in women and men [1],

► supports the immune system in the fight against cancer and autoimmune diseases [2],

► reduces glucose level, increases insulin sensitivity and adjusts the action of the pancreas [3],

► lowers blood pressure, regulates the cardiovascular system, strengthens the heart muscle [4],

► protects neurons and prevents damage of the brain, acts as an auxiliary in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease [5, 6],

► improves blood circulation of the eye and is recommended for people suffering from retinal ischemia [7].

How does Axanta differ from other preparations with Astaxanthin?

First of all, it contains standardized 95% piperine extract of black pepper grains. It has reducing weight and body fat properties [8].

Ideally supports diet and exercises. Furthermore, it improves physical performance and concentration, regulates blood pressure and firms the skin. It helps digestion, the immune system, the functioning of the respiratory tract. It cleanses the liver and the entire surface of the skin. It improves circulation and revitalizes the nervous system. In the literature, there is not a single mention of any side effects of piperine supplementation, regardless of the dose taken.

The presence of relatively small amount of piperine in the digestive system (test conducted on doses of <5 mg) dramatically increases the absorption from the intestine into the blood and lymph B vitamins and carotenoids, including astaxanthin and numerous ingredients of fucus.  For astaxanthin it means the increase of the bioavailability of several hundred percent!

Further, Axanta includes a complete set of B vitamins: niacin (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, folic acid (vitamin B9), biotin (vitamin B7), vitamin B12.

How to intake the Astaxanthin?

2 capsules daily during or after a meal.

As there have not been studies conducted on pregnant women, this product should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women without first consulting a doctor. The product should not be used by persons with hypersensivity to any ingredient. 



*200% NRV – Nutrient Reference Value

Other ingredients: soybean oil, humidity preservation substance – glycerine, colouring agent – caramel.

Packing: 60 capsules

Scientific resources

[1] Tominaga K, Hongo N., Karato M., Yamashita E., Cosmetic benefits of astaxanthin on humans subjects.

[2] Chew BP., Park JS., Carotenoid action on the immune response.

[3] Uchiyama K., Naito Y., Hasegawa G., Nakamura N., Takahashi J., Yoshikawa T., Astaxanthin protects beta-cells against glucose toxicity in diabetic db/db mice.

[4] 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.

[5] Wang CM, Cai XL, Wen QP, Astaxanthin reduces isoflurane-induced neuroapoptosis via the PI3K/Akt pathway.

[6] Chang CH, Chen CY, Chiou JY, Peng RY, Peng CH., Astaxanthine secured apoptotic death of PC12 cells induced by beta-amyloid peptide 25-35: its molecular action targets.

[7]  Otsuka T., Shimazawa M., Inoue Y., Nakano Y., Ojino K., Izawa H., Tsuruma K., Ishibashi T., Hara H., Astaxanthin Protects Against Retinal Damage: Evidence from In Vivo and In Vitro Retinal Ischemia and Reperfusion Models.

[8]  Shreya S. Shah, Gaurang B. Shah, Satbeer D. Singh, Priyanshi V. Gohil, Kajal Chauhan, Khyati A. Shah, and Mehul Chorawala, Effect of piperine in the regulation of obesity-induced dyslipidemia in high-fat diet rats.

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