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Top reasons to consider Axanta
Axanta is a potent antioxidant containing astaxanthin, piperine and Vitamin B complex. Astaxanthin is a specific natural carotenoid which is present in plants and animals. From improving arthritis, boosting immune function and improving skin health to enhancing eye health and aiding in cardiovascular health Axanta is an incredibly effective supplement and these are just some of the benefits to consider.
What’s in the box?
60 capsules in blister packs
Ingredients and Quantity in a daily dose of 2 capsules:
Recommended daily intake
1-2 capsules per day with meals
The recommended daily dosage of Astaxanthin is 4 – 8 mg (each capsule contains 4mg of Astaxanthin) per day for normal health maintenance, and higher dosages when used in therapy for conditions such as infertility or severe joint pain. The following table is a general guideline for most consumers. (Bob Capelli, 2013).
Dosage for different uses (Bob Capelli, 2013)
|Antioxidant||2 – 4 mg per day|
|Arthritis||8– 12 mg per day|
|Tendonitis or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||8 – 12 mg per day|
|Silent Inflammation (C-reactive protein)||4 – 12 mg per day|
|Internal Sunscreen||4 – 8 mg per day|
|Internal Beauty and Skin Improvement||4 – 8 mg per day|
|Immune System Enhancer||2 – 4 mg per day|
|Cardiovascular Health||4 – 8 mg per day|
|Strength and Endurance||4 – 12 mg per day|
|Competitive Athletes||8 – 12 mg per day|
|Brain and Central Nervous System Health||4 – 8 mg per day|
|Eye Health||6 – 8 mg per day|
Dosages may be altered to optimise health and well-being. Please contact us anytime to discuss your personal needs.
Please do not take if you have an allergy to any of the ingredients, are pregnant or experience low blood pressure. If you are unsure please consult your Doctor before taking.
The dietary supplement should not be used after the best before date.
This product is a food supplement and should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.
Benefits by Ingredient
Piperine is what gives peppers their spicy taste. This extract is marketed as a nutritional supplement and has been found to increase the absorption of a variety of nutrients. Though some of the benefits of piperine have yet to be firmly established, it may also have immune-suppressing, tumor-inhibiting and antidepressant effects. While piperine is probably safe to use, some concerns have been raised regarding its potentially dangerous, enhancing effect on certain drugs. As with starting any new treatments, consult your doctor first.
Vitamin B complex. Vitamins B6 (pyridoxine), B9 (folic acid) and B12 (cyanocobalamin) help strengthen bones and prevent breaks. B12 supports your bone building cells (osteoblasts). B9 and B12 help to control levels of homocysteine, which is linked with an increased risk of breaking a bone in older people. Inadequate B vitamin intake has been reported among hip fracture patients. The association between various B vitamins (B2, B6, folate, or B12) and a lower risk of osteoporosis or hip fracture has also been demonstrated in several observational studies. Fluctuating serotonin levels may be a contributing factor in the mood swings and depression common in menopause. The RDA of vitamin B-6 is 100 milligrams (mg) daily for females 19 and older. Taking a vitamin B-6 supplement during and after menopause may help prevent symptoms caused by low serotonin levels.
What makes Axanta special?
Cancer and tumour prevention: