FAQ's

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What is Astaxanthin?


Astaxanthin is a natural nutrient found in red colored seafoods that are scarce in our diet. Your body doesn’t make it. You can get trace amounts of astaxanthin from shrimp, lobster and salmon. However, it is difficult to get the clinically-indicated amount from diet alone. For example, you’d need to eat 8 servings of king salmon each day to get a daily dose of 4 mg.




What are the Health Benifits of taking WEL. Immune?


Astaxanthin is the strongest antioxidant found in nature (6000X more powerful than Vitamin C) and its health benefits extend to many conditions whose root cause is damage from free radicals. Research shows we need 8 mg of astaxanthin a day for a healthy immune response, most Americans don’t get that much through their diet, so there is a gap. Therefore, astaxanthin supplementation is important to ensure you get the recommended daily intake of 8mg.




What is the Best Time to take WEL. Immune ?


You can take astaxanthin any time of the day, as long as you take it together with a meal to improve absorption. Astaxanthin is absorbed in the intestine and reaches maximum levels in the bloodstream within 7-10 hours after ingestion. The bloodstream delivers astaxanthin throughout the body where it gets absorbed by tissues and protects them from free radicals produced by metabolic and environmental stress.




Is WEL. Immune Vegan?


Astaxanthin is vegan, since it is derived from the green alga called Haematococcus pluvialis, which is an aquatic single celled plant.




Does WEL. Immune Contain Animals?


No, astaxanthin does not contain animals. Astaxanthin is a natural red antioxidant that is extracted from a green algae, which is a member of the plant kingdom.




Is WEL. Immune Safe?


With 40 plus safety studies and over 3 decades of clinical use, astaxanthin has been shown to be very safe. There has been no reported adverse events or interference with medication.




Is WEL. Immune Vegerarian?


Astaxanthin is vegetarian, since it is derived from the green alga called Haematococcus pluvialis, which is an aquatic single celled plant.




Can you take WEL. Immune together with other Supplements?


There are no known contraindications for astaxanthin in healthy adults. However, if you have particular health concerns, you should discuss them with your healthcare provider before supplementing with astaxanthin.