C, D, E, K
INGREDIENTS ARE FOUND TO BE BENEFICIAL FOR THE FOLLOWING AILMENTS:
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Pigmentary abnormalities
- Night vision
- Loss of sight in the center of the visual field
REPORTED PROPERTIES OF INGREDIENTS:
Individuals in the top quintile (20%) of Lutein/Zeaxanthin consumption are 50% less likely to develop a cataract compared to individuals in the lower quintile of consumption.
Individuals in the top quintile (20%) of Lutein/Zeaxanthin intake were found to have an 82% lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration compared to individuals in the bottom quintile.
Higher levels of Lutein and Zeaxanthin in the diet associated with lower rates of pigmentary abnormalities.
Vitamin A is needed for the development of retinal pigments and deficiency of it actually leads to night vision blindness.
Eye vitamins E and C groups are known antioxidants, which are responsible in stabilizing free radicals. They have been studied to lower the development of cataracts.
Vitamins B and D are important in preventing age related macular degeneration (AMD), the loss of sight in the center of the visual field. Vitamin B complex regulates the homocysteine levels in the blood and reduces inflammation which is an associated cause of retinal vascular problems like AMD.
- Computer users (especially at banks, companies, factories, educational facilities)
- Factory workers (especially working with products which require constant visual attention)
- Car drivers (especially working night-time)
- Learning individuals (schools, universities, colleges)
- People working with a lot of documents
- Individuals with symptoms of weakening eye-sight, especially with symptoms of cataract, age-related macular degeneration, pigmentary abnormalities
- Elder people
- Healthy individuals, as a preventive measure against eye-related illnesses