Age Related Eye Health
A common care protocol for age-related eye health issues is nutritional supplementation. As studied in the National Eye Institute’s AREDS 2 Clinical Trial, those with age-related eye health issues need to take an eye vitamin with zeaxanthin, lutein, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, zinc, and copper to help promote eye health.
Health & Wellness
Even though you may generally be healthy and eat better than the average American, the most important eye-healthy nutrients, zeaxanthin and lutein, are notably scarce in food sources.
Occasional Dry Eye
Experiencing eye dryness, irritation, redness, burning, grittiness, feeling of a foreign particle in the eye, and/or excessive watering? An eye vitamin made with high-quality, anti-inflammatory ingredients can help reduce and even eliminate them.
Proper nutritional support can strengthen the delicate blood vessels found in the eyes. Weakened blood vessels can reduce vision health.
Nutritional intervention has been proven to help relieve the common screen-time eye symptoms and increase your eyes’ natural protection against dangerous blue light.
The right combination of high-quality nutrients can improve eye health and upgrade visual performance, giving athletes an edge over the competition.