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Our Unwavering Goal:

The World’s Highest Quality and Most Efficacious Ingredients from Algae

AlgaeHealth was founded with the guiding principal to produce products from algae that will positively affect people’s lives. These products must be efficacious and backed by hard science & clinical research; and they must be equal or superior to all similar products in the market. Our flagship product AstaZine® Natural Astaxanthin is a prime example of this: AlgaeHealth’s parent company BGG began producing AstaZine® in 2006 in small quantities, but took seven years to master the art and science of Natural Astaxanthin production before expanding our farm to become the world’s second largest Astaxanthin farm in 2013. This dedicated attention to continuous improvement and investment in research & development has led us to become the clear leader in quality and innovation in the Astaxanthin field. Among many differences between AlgaeHealth and other Astaxanthin producers, three key superiorities stand out. AstaZine® is:


  • The world’s purest Astaxanthin

  • The world’s most concentrated Astaxanthin

  • The world’s first Certified Organic Haematococcus Pluvialis microalgae powder


AlgaeHealth’s parent company BGG is famous in the nutritional ingredient industry for being a top quality producer. Our ingredients are used by most of the world’s largest and most discerning nutritional supplement companies who have exacting standards and conduct annual audits of our facilities. BGG’s largest market is Japan, the market known for having the toughest quality standards in the world. AlgaeHealth incorporates BGG’s pinnacle of achievement for quality by adopting our parent company’s standards and utilizing their Quality and Regulatory Teams and laboratories. For a more in-depth discussion of our industry-leading quality, please see the PDF downloads below:



Producer Comparison

 in Eight Published Studies

 Synthetic vs. Natural 

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