BioVivify’s Astaxanthin Boost

Astaxanthin is one of the latest advances in skin care, and it just happens to be the primary ingredient in AIM BioVivify. It has become a popular trend in supplemental ingredients because of astaxanthin’s many health benefits, especially when it comes to reducing oxidative stress and reversing age-related, structural changes of the skin.

Astaxanthin’s potency as an antioxidant is proving to be unparalleled. By comparison, astaxanthin is:

2.6 times stronger than lutein

● 4.9 times stronger than beta-carotene

● 110 times stronger than vitamin E

● 800 times stronger than CoQ10

● 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C

Of course, all of the above antioxidants are necessary to have in your dietary intake. It’s just that unless you are consuming a substantial amount of seafood that includes salmon, trout, shrimp or crayfish, you are missing out on astaxanthin’s antioxidant power. The reason why these seafoods are so astaxanthin-rich is because of plant-like organisms that create this potent antioxidant.

The Algae Link

Algae are some of the oldest aquatic organisms on the planet. Through photosynthesis, algae produce an abundant source of natural astaxanthin.

Given their chlorophyllous greenness and photosynthetic ability, algae were originally classified as plants as far back as the 4th century BCE until the mid-1900s. This was a duration of time when only two kingdoms of life had been determined: plant and animal. It wasn’t until the advent of microscopes that other types of organisms could be seen, including bacteria and single-celled algae. This would eventually put algae in a new kingdom: protist.

Two words are used to describe the study of algae: phycology and algology, and the estimated number of algal species is between 30,000 and 1,000,000. Algae come in macro-versions such as kelp and micro-versions such as the freshwater microalgae identified as Haematococcus pluvialis, which provides the source of BioVivify’s AstaReal® astaxanthin.

Using advanced technology, AstaReal® produces natural astaxanthin by nurturing non-GMO microalgae in ideal growing conditions. During the photosynthetic activity of this algae, green chlorophyll transitions to astaxanthin. Along with being a marine-based antioxidant, astaxanthin is a red-pigmented carotenoid that gives fish such as salmon and tuna varying hues of red because of their dietary intake of algae.

Again, unless you eat a lot of astaxanthin-rich seafood in your diet, you are not enjoying the health benefits of this carotenoid with potent antioxidant properties. Taking BioVivify daily ensures a regular intake of astaxanthin that can improve the health of your hair, nails and skin. Each serving gives you 6 milligrams of astaxanthin sourced from pure, natural algae.

Published by The AIM Companies

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2 thoughts on “BioVivify’s Astaxanthin Boost

    1. BioVivify is taken orally. The recommended serving size is two capsules daily with food. BioVivify boosts keratin production. Keratin is the key structural material making up hair and nails. We recently received the following testimony from a user: “I have been using AIM BioVivify since the product was launched in July. My nails are now hard, shiny and smooth, all with white tips. It looks like I just had a French manicure. Wow, I am impressed!” -June P.


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