Improve Muscle Health with Astaxanthin

Improve Muscle Health with Astaxanthin

Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, or just starting to work out, you’d probably like to improve your muscle health. Astaxanthin supplements are an easy and increasingly popular way to improve muscle strength, endurance and recovery.

We’ve seen these improvements both in science journals and the experiences of our customers.

 

Improve Muscle Strength

Scientific evidence of a link between astaxanthin and muscle strength is growing. For example, in a 2011 human trial, competitive cyclists were given either astaxanthin or a placebo for 28 days. Both groups were then subjected to intense training.

At the end of the trial, the group taking astaxanthin had statistically significant improvements in its 20 km time trials over the placebo group. They also had a statistically significant increase in power output.

Many of our customers have experienced similar results. Paul R., for example, believes so strongly in the benefits of astaxanthin that when he summited Everest, he had his whole team take astaxanthin for extra muscle power. And he continues to take Regenurex astaxanthin today as a high performance athlete and CrossFit coach.

 

Improve Muscle Endurance

When you have greater muscle endurance, you can train harder and longer. And this leads to greater fat burning, better cardiovascular health and more muscle strength. 

Laboratory testing has provided evidence of the link between astaxanthin and muscle endurance. In one experiment, researchers from Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology administered astaxanthin to a group of mice. After five weeks, these mice were able to swim with 10 percent of their bodyweight strapped to them for five minutes before becoming exhausted. A control group of mice was given a placebo during the same period of time. But this group was only able to swim for two minutes before becoming exhausted.

Our customers also tell us that astaxanthin helps with muscle exhaustion. Anouk S., for example, has run over 50 road races and marathons, and she’s found that Regenurex astaxanthin makes a big difference!

 “I was introduced to astaxanthin by a friend close to 5 years ago. It changed my life! My endurance, recovery and overall physical strength improved,” she says.

 

Improve Muscle Recovery

Aches and pains from physical activities can put a major crimp in our training and enjoyment. But astaxanthin has also been shown to minimize aches and pains by speeding up recovery.

In one human trial of astaxanthin, for example, 40 soccer players were randomly assigned to an astaxanthin or placebo group. Saliva and blood samples were collected at the start of the trial and after 90 days.

The results showed that the group given astaxanthin experienced a significant decrease in the systematic inflammatory response. They also suffered less muscle damage.  

Again, our customers report similar results. For example, when James M. started working out, he experienced a lot of muscle soreness. But that changed with Regenurex astaxanthin:

“One of the things I noticed with Regenurex was my muscles were not as fatigued the next day. I didn’t have that long cycle of pain that is associated with working out or working out for the first time. I was working out with a trainer and he’s like, “Aren’t you sore?” and I am like, “No.” He was really surprised.”

Sandra M., a registered holistic nutritionist, uses Regenurex astaxanthin for muscle recovery.

> She also recommends it to clients:

“I’ve been using Regenurex for five weeks now. Because of the incredible (and surprising) results I’ve achieved, I suggest Regenurex to my friends, family and clients—many whom are high performance athletes—for muscle recovery, joint pain, and mental acuity in sport.”

 

Try Astaxanthin to Improve Muscle Health

If you want to get back into the physical activities you once enjoyed, or if you want to take your training to the next level, give Regenurex astaxanthin supplements a try. We think you’ll be impressed!

Disclaimer: The article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Should you have any health concerns, you should see your doctor.