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VISINAL FORTE

Form:
350 mg tablet
Daily intake: 1 tablet with meal, 3 tablets per day

Active ingredients (daily intake):

Marigold flower 450 mg
   (extract 45 mg, Lutein 9 mg, Zeaxanthin 1.125 mg); 
Haematococcus Pluvialis 1800 mg
   (extract 180 mg, Astaxanthin 2700 mcg);
Microelements
   Selenium (Se) 45 mcg
   Zinc (Zn) 9.45 mg
   Copper (Cu) 1.05 mg
Vitamins
   Vitamin A 1469.16 IU
   Vitamin B1 0.6336 mg
   Vitamin B2 0.90024 mg
   Niacin (Vitamin B3) 9.7086 mg
   Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) 3.04128 mg
   Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 1.10352 mg
   Biotin (Vitamin B7) 72.6 mcg
   Folic acid (Vitamin B9)132.66 mcg
   Vitamin B12 1.0758 mcg
   Vitamin C 53.196 mg
   Vitamin D3 105.864 IU
   Vitamin E 7.9398 IU
   Vitamin K1 53.064 mcg
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Marigold Flower


Haematococcus
Pluvialis

Se
Selenium (Se)

Zn
Zinc (Zn)

Cu
Copper (Cu)

VITAMINS
A, B-COMPLEX,
C, D, E, K

INGREDIENTS ARE FOUND TO BE BENEFICIAL FOR THE FOLLOWING AILMENTS:

- Cataract
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Pigmentary abnormalities
- Night blindness
- Loss of sight in the center of the visual field

REPORTED PROPERTIES OF INGREDIENTS:

LUTEIN/ZEAXANTHIN
 
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.
ASTAXANTHIN
Astaxanthin has been reported to be typically at least 10 times more potent as an antioxidant than the other carotenoids such as beta-carotene, lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin. When compared with vitamin E in laboratory studies, Astaxanthin’s antioxidant potential was as much as 500 times greater.
As a carotenoid, Astaxanthin plays an essential role in the physiological function and overall health of the eye. In order for a particular antioxidant to function in the eye, it must be able to cross the blood-retinal barrier. Due to the small molecular weight of Astaxanthin and its fat solubility, it appears to easily penetrate the central nervous system which is a characteristic not typically seen with all carotenoids or antioxidants in general. Astaxanthin participates in the visual process by absorbing light to produce images and protects the retina from damage due to decreasing oxidation (due to incoming light and resultant high energetic photons) of photoreceptor cells.
SELENUIM (Se)
Selenium is necessary for proper functioning of the eyes. Decreased selenium in aqueous humor and serum of patients with senile cataracts may reflect defective antioxidant defense, which leads to the formation of cataracts. Selenium is an important nutrient in the prevention of cataracts and macular degeneration. The effectiveness of Selenuim supplementation against macula degeneration can be enchanced by Ginkgo Biloba, carotenoids - Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and anthocyanins of Bilberry.
ZINC (Zn)
The highest concentration of zinc in the body is found in the retinas, and it is important for the proper functioning of the antioxidant enzymes in the eyes. Two zinc-dependant enzymes are required for vision. Zinc has been shown to protect against macular degeneration and night blindness.
COPPER (Cu)
Copper is also important to the proper functioning of antioxidant enzymes in the eyes. Abnormal zinc and copper metabolism has been described in some retinal disorders affecting the retinal pigment epithelium, including age-related macular degeneration.
VITAMINS
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.

RECOMMENDED TO:

- 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)
- Book-lovers
- 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
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