Can patients take EyePromise if they’re taking Plavix® or Coumadin®?
It is recommended that patients, on a blood thinner, confer with their doctor before starting any vitamin or supplement regimen. EyePromise has insignificant effect on blood thinners at the recommended dosage. Confusion occurs because Zeaxanthin and lutein are found in leafy green vegetables and doctors often tell patients taking blood thinners not to eat them. Leafy green vegetables contain Vitamin K, a contraindication for patients taking blood thinners. EyePromise does not contain Vitamin K. The amount of fish oil or Vitamin E in EyePromise is not at a level to be a concern for patients on blood thinners.
What is the EyePromise supplement shelf life?
The shelf life of EyePromise is two years from date of manufacture.
What are the most common adverse events reported with EyePromise?
In more than 40-million consumed doses, there have been no serious adverse reactions reported with EyePromise. The most frequently reported adverse event is nausea. In the strong majority of reported instances of nausea, the supplement was taken on an empty stomach. To date there have been no consistent or serious adverse events reported following EyePromise consumption. Report any adverse events to ZeaVision (1-866-401-1838), so they can be properly catalogued and followed-up.
How does the per-serving cost of EyePromise compare to other eye supplements?
EyePromise is one of the most affordable nutraceuticals in the eye supplement category with a per-serving cost of .51 per day. This is particularly compelling when one compares the number and quality of ingredients provided in EyePromise Restore. EyePromise Restore also has the highest available level of natural dietary Zeaxanthin, a very expensive and important ingredient for eye health.
Why isn’t EyePromise available in retail stores?
ZeaVision sells EyePromise in the professional channel where EyeCare Professionals can properly explain the benefits of specific supplement ingredients and proper quantity to maintain healthy vision. Retail stores typically sell a confusing array of eye supplements and it’s often very difficult to identify important differences between products.

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