Complete Eye Health™

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Complete Eye Health™ is a 100% Food supplement that is intended to supply nutrients, glandulars, and herbs needed to maintain and support the healthy functioning of the eyes.

90 Capsules | $39.98

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Although discounted by many in the mainstream for decades, scientific research confirms that there are nutrients in foods that can help provide support for eye health. For example, vitamins A, C, & E; taurine; carotenoids; lutein and zeaxanthin; fruits & vegetables; selenium; and zinc all have been advised for macular degeneration [1,2]. While vitamin C, fruits, vegetables, flavonoids, mixed carotenoids, selenium, and zinc all have been advised to help prevent cataracts [1,3].
 
Specific glandular Haddock Fish Eyes tissue contains proteins and other nutrients found in health functioning eyes. 
 

Several of the foods and nutrients in Complete Eye Health™ are also recommended for thinning eyelashes [4]. Interestingly, even the mainstream now recognizes that nutrients from Foods, and not isolated so-called nutritional supplements, are what are best to help protect eyes from problems such as macular degeneration [5,6].

Your vision is important. Complete Eye Health™ is the only complete 100% Food supplement, we are aware of, intended to nutritionally support the eyes.

Other ingredients: Enzymatically processed Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Vegetarian Capsule.
Suggested use: Serving size or as recommended by your health care professional. Adjust usage according to nutritional lifestyle requirements.

References
[1] Werbach MR, Moss J. Textbook of Nutritional Medicine. Third Line Press, Tarzana (CA) 1999
[2] Colchamiro R. Pigments in fruits, vegetables fight cancer, aid vision. Med Tribune, December, 1999:8
[3] Strohecker J, ed. Alternative Medicine, The Definitive Guide. Future Medicine Publishing, Fife (WA), 1995
[4] Balch JF, Balch PA. Prescription for a Nutritional Healing, 2 nd ed. Avery Publishing, Garden City Park (NJ), 1997
[5] Traber MG. Vitamin E. In Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, 9th ed. Williams & Wilkins, 1999:347-362
[6] van Leeuwen R, Boekhoorn S, Vingerling JR, Witteman JC, Klaver CC, Hofman A, de Jong PT. Dietary intake of antioxidants and risk of age-related macular degeneration. JAMA. 2005 Dec 28;294(24):3101-7.

* This is a nutritional product and not a medication intended to prevent, treat, or cure any illness. None of these statements has been approved by the US FDA or similar agencies. Not all citations meet peer-reviewed status so the statements are not conclusive. Professionals can, and do, disagree, regarding efficacy of ingredients in nutritional formulas.

Disclaimer: Some of these studies (or citations) may not confom to peer review standards. Therefore, the results are not conclusive. Profressionals can, and often do, come to different conclusions when reviewing scientific data. None of these statements have been reviewed by the FDA.

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