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February 2012 Issue

A Promising Seafood Antioxidant

The story on astaxanthin’s role in supporting marine life is intriguing. And supplement makers have jumped all over it by marketing astaxanthin with glowing titles such as “nature’s strongest antioxidant”, claiming they provide all sorts of health benefits, including beauty, eye, joint health, and more. But is there any evidence to prove the story true?

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