After a review of the literature as both an athlete and naturopathic physician, I am a HUGE fan of CoQ10 and astaxanthin. That said, the growing body of research supporting natural astaxanthin’s use in the world of athletic training is impressive. I speculate with time that we will see even more positive human studies for this exceptional nutrient in not only the athletic world but many other categories as well. Given the data on each of these powerhouse nutrients, one could argue that BOTH may be of benefit to include in a daily supplement regimen for training (and aging!) athletes.
This is a link to a great article on joint tissue and what you can do and/or take to support healthy joint tissue. It is a great summary that touches on the key components such as: cartilage, collagen, hyaluronic acid,
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