My guest this week, Dave Watamull, is a remarkable individual who has discovered the wonders of Astaxanthin, a naturally occurring molecule that remains unfamiliar to most people. It is a compound that gives salmon their vibrant pink hue, as well as provides the beautiful colors to lobsters, crabs, shrimp, and even flamingos through their diet. However, beyond its role as a natural pigment, Astaxanthin holds great significance for human health and longevity. Recognized as nature’s most potent antioxidant, it possesses profound impacts on overall well-being. 

Dave shares insights on the purity, absorption, and environmental sustainability of their Astaxanthin product, AX3. He explains how this natural compound can improve cardiovascular health, reduce inflammation, and even contribute to longevity. Join us as we dive into the science behind Astaxanthin and uncover its potential for optimizing health and well-being after 50.

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