About Astaxanthin

April 01, 2020 2 Comments

About Astaxanthin


Astaxanthin is nature's most powerful antioxidant, which is increasingly used as a dietary supplement due to its beneficial effects against cardiovascular diseases, immune system ailments, and cancers.

Astaxanthin boosts the health of joints, skin, and the vascular system. It is also one of the only antioxidants that can cross both the blood-brain barrier and the blood-retinal barrier – allowing both the brain and the eyes to enjoy its benefits such as protecting our brain and nervous system to neutralize oxidative stress. All of our internal organs are receptive to it as well.

Astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant agent due to its unique molecular structure that makes it much stronger than other antioxidants such as vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Most other antioxidants are depleted after they’ve neutralized free radicals, but astaxanthin remains intact and active. Therefore, astaxanthin is regarded as a “pure” antioxidant which can provide antioxidant protection against different harmful effects of toxins, smoking, UV radiation, X-rays, alcohol and medications.*


A flamingo’s beautiful pink colour comes from Astaxanthin. The naturally-occurring carotenoid is found in the algae flamingos consume. But it doesn't just enhance the beauty of these birds, it works on humans too!

The skin is constantly exposed to free radicals produced by UV rays, pollution, stress and poor nutrition, causing skin problems such as wrinkles, fine lines and age spots. Astaxanthin works as an internal sunscreen which helps protect your skin from UV damage, reducing the signs of aging. Besides this, it has been shown in clinical studies to increase skin moisture, moisture retention, elasticity, as well as promote skin smoothness, decreasing fine lines and wrinkles. Thus, Astaxanthin can help to reveal your skin’s natural beauty from the inside out.*


Previous research provide evidence to the use of astaxanthin as a dietary supplement for active people and athletes. According to these studies, exercise metabolism, performance and recovery is improved following 3–5 weeks of intake; with each function connected in part to the potent antioxidant capacity.

It can help protect against muscle damage, and also possibly has beneficial effects on how the body generates energy from nutrients (energy metabolism). Human clinical studies have shown athletes performing endurance exercise or training for extended time periods have benefited either in terms of athletic performance or protection from muscle damage.*


We, at TRIOM, stand behind our products and we fully believe that Astaxanthin can provide the human body with amazing benefits. We think it's a great step towards improving your quality of life wether you are working long hours at the office or are a professional athlete. We are convinced that adding astaxanthin to your daily diet can help you to master your health!

Hence why we provide new customers and readers of this blog with a one-time discount code to get you started on your journey to master your health. Use the code WELCOME10 at the check-out of your first purchase and get 10% off. Click the link below to visit our product page.


Feel free to check out our other blogs for more useful information about health, nutrition and fitness!

Are you already using astaxanthin? If so, what does it do for you? Comment below!

2 Responses

TRIOM Health
TRIOM Health

October 15, 2020

Beste Olga,

Je kan het zolang nemen als je wilt (beste resultaten komen na 4 tot 6 weken) en stoppen is geen probleem. Astaxanthine is goed te combineren met andere vitamines en zelfs honden kunnen het nemen!




October 08, 2020

Ik heb paar vragen.
Hoelang mag deze innemen?
Ik bedoel bijvoorbeeld 3 maanden innemen en maand stop?
Mag deze geven aan honden?
Mag deze antioxidant met aandere vitamines innemen?
Alvast bedankt.
Met vriendelijke groet

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