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Flanmingo wich consume RedMeal




as in wild


From Haematococcus pluvialis

RedMeal is a whole microalgal meal with the only Astaxanthin that has always been in the natural food chain. Life evolution has selected this enantiomer and its supporting carotenoids to be present in the natural food chain to give us all the Astaxanthin benefits. From microalgae phytoplankton to crustacean zooplankton, and for millennia, this wonderful molecule has reached food for humans and animals.

Natural food chain

Nature’s power and safety are not easily imitated

Other sources of Astaxanthin come from the chemical fermentation process of GMO yeast or from the synthesis of petrochemicals. The synthetic product contains up to 75% of the enantiomers (3R, 3’S) and (3R, 3’R). Astaxanthin from yeast contains exclusively the (3R, 3’R) enantiomer. The chiral physiological effects are unknown and difficult to predict while the effect of the (3S, 3’S) enantiomer has been vastly studied and documented as completely safe.

Research published in 2013* demonstrated that (3S, 3’S) natural Astaxanthin was 20 times stronger in free radical elimination than the synthetic product and 50 times stronger in singlet oxygen elimination. Moreover, Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae are the natural source of Astaxanthin that contains other, naturally occurring, supporting carotenoids (lutein, zeaxanthin, betacarotene) that add to the antioxidant activity.


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