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Who should take EyePromise Restore?
EyePromise Restore is formulated to preserve and support vision for people concerned with age-related eye health.
What is Zeaxanthin and How is it Pronounced?
Zeaxanthin (zee-uh-zan-thin) is a protective pigment in the Fovea and along with Lutein largely makes-up the Macular Pigment, which functions like internal sunglasses. It protects the eyes from harmful blue light-induced oxidative stress.
Can we get Zeaxanthin and Lutein from our diet?
Yes. Lutein is found in mostly green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach and collard greens. Zeaxanthin is available from a few dietary sources (orange paprika peppers & goji berries) but it is much more difficult to find high sources in our diet. That is why supplementation is so often necessary.
Why is Zeaxanthin and Lutein important?
Many studies have suggested that low macular pigment is associated with a higher risk for age related eye health issues and that it can be modified via supplementation. The macula contains both lutein and Zeaxanthin and the eye preferentially accumulates Zeaxanthin in the center of the macula where the highest density of visual cells reside.
What Zeaxanthin and lutein source does ZeaVision utilize in EyePromise Restore?
Both carotenoids provided in EyePromise Restore are derived from natural sources. The Lutein utilized in EyePromise is derived from marigolds and the Zeaxanthin is derived from red paprika peppers.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:No
Product Dimensions:3.6 x 2.1 x 2.1 inches; 2.89 Ounces
Item model number:8EPR
Date First Available:April 30, 2012
Improves your visual function: see better while driving at night with less interference from glare and bright lights
Improves visual acuity (what is tested using an eye chart), so you can see fine details and read small print easier
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