Introducing Astaxanthin – nature’s most potent antioxidant, with Dr Nina Bailey

Date: February 28, 2018
Time: All-day

Astaxanthin, the naturally occurring carotenoid responsible for the pink-red pigmentation of wild salmon and crustaceans such as shrimp and lobsters, is a potent and effective antioxidant that boasts an ability to combat oxidative stress 6000x greater than that of vitamin C, 800x coenzyme Q10, 550x vitamin E and 75x alpha lipoic acid. Naturally, we are very excited to introduce AstaPure astaxanthin to our Pure Essentials range, launching in March!

Most commonly associated with preventing age-related diseases, astaxanthin’s unique chemical structure that spans the cell membrane gives rise to an exciting and diverse array of health benefits. New research is coming out daily suggesting astaxanthin is a highly effective tool in combating age-related diseases and cardiovascular disease, as well as boosting the immune system, liver and brain function.

In this 1 hour webinar, Dr Nina Bailey discusses:

    • Astaxanthin’s most exciting mechanisms of action
    • How its unique structure makes it so potent
    • An overview of some of the most compelling research into astaxanthin’s health benefits
    • When to use astaxanthin in clinical practice & dosing guidelines

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Maxine Sheils

About Maxine Sheils

Maxine is a Nutritional Therapy graduate of the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Manchester who has recently joined Igennus as a customer support nutritionist and is based here in Cambridge. Her interest in nutrition was sparked after working as an au pair in Australia to a family who were living on a raw food diet where coincidentally, she started to endure severe digestive problems. She joined CNM as a student to further her new found passion and was able to support her own body in regaining health. Maxine is passionate about nutrition and her ability to help others achieve their optimal health. She specializes in female hormonal problems such as endometriosis, thyroid problems, stress, autoimmunity and digestive disorders. Her degree in psychology provides her with a strong ability to understand and motivate others to achieve their health goals.