How to Use It
Most research has used 4 to 12 mg per day.
Where to Find It
Seafood such as crustaceans (shrimp, crab, lobster, etc.) and fish possessing pink flesh (salmon, trout, etc.) are the most common sources of astaxanthin in the diet.5, 6 Astaxanthin is also available as a supplement.
Astaxanthin is not an essential nutrient, so deficiency is not possible. However, people who avoid eating seafood will have below average intake of astaxanthin.
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