Natural Astaxanthin from microalgae, the only right choice
Astaxanthin, the naturally occurring pigment in the microalga Haematococcus pluvialis, is the most potent antioxidant and provides numerous health benefits to shrimp and fish. Research has shown that supplementing Astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis can improve growth and feed efficiency, enhance immunity, and protect against oxidative stress in these aquatic animals. Additionally, Astaxanthin from this natural source has been shown to improve skin coloration, enhance egg quality, and increase survival rates. By providing these benefits, Astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis can help to improve overall health and, consequentially, production. If you're in the aquaculture industry, consider incorporating natural Astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis into your animals' diets for optimal health and growth.
In September 2021, Atacama Bio hosted a webinar in the context of V-Connect by VIV Asia, where we covered the basics of Astaxanthin for animal supplementation and our first field experiences with shrimp and laying hens. We also went through the striking differences between the sources of Astaxanthin, where the one coming from its only natural source (the microalga Haematococcus pluvialis) is significantly better due to its chemical characteristics of chirality. A couple of weeks before our return to the in-person version of VIV Asia in Bangkok, it's an opportune moment to revisit this information. Please click below to watch this interesting webinar.
So if you're interested in learning more about natural Astaxanthin and its potential benefits in animal supplementation, check out this webinar on our YouTube channel. After incorporating this nutrient into industrial-scale production, you will find practical applications and results. Be sure to visit and subscribe to our YouTube channel today and start learning about the wonders of Astaxanthin!