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Blue Light Emissions can Destroy your Vision by Damaging your Retina
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Eye Pressure Support

The daily use of computers. smartphones, tablets and television screens expose our eyes to an unnaturally high amount of blue light emissions.

Retinal damage to the eye is irreversible. Early protection is our only hope and supplementation is a clinically-validated means of getting that protection.

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Scientists have combined the following 6 natural supplements including lutein, trans-zeaxanthin, meso-zeaxanthin, alpha-carotene, saffron and cyanifing-3-glucoside. These 6 natural ingredients work synergistically in one capsule to maintain structural integrity of the macula and retina of the eye to support healthy vision 

What You Need to Know Preventing Glaucoma

  • Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the US.
  • The most common risk factor behind glaucoma is an increase in intraocular pressure that can cause it.
  • Clinical studies have shown that increased eye pressure can be lowered by 24% with a proprietary extract of French maritime pine bark and bilberry extract and-when combined with standard therapy-by a compelling 40%!

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A Vision-Robbing Disease-Without Warning Signs
People who are developing glaucoma generally have no symptoms. They feel no pain.
One day their vision is normal, the next they begin to realize that they are missing some objects that would normally fall within their peripheral vision. At this first sign, the progression that may eventually lead to blindness is well underway.
In most cases, glaucoma occurs when fluid builds up, creating abnormal intraocular pressure within the eye. Over time, this pressure damages the retina and the optic nerve, resulting in reduced visual acuity and possibly leading to blindness.