VisionMax is a groundbreaking supplement for the care and support of the eyes. Developed in conjunction with respected Ophthalmologists, this formula allows for the increased intake of specific ocular antioxidants in order to maintain healthy retina, lens and eyesight function during the aging years. Significant research confirms the benefits of these ingredients.*




VISIONMAX Eye Antioxidant Retinal Health

* Helps Protect Macula, Retina & Lens from Oxidative Damage*

* Supports Healthy Eye Structure and Function*

Common Uses:
Clinical Applications



* Help Protect Macula, Retina & Lens from Oxidative Damage

* Support Healthy Eye Structure and Function


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Instructions/How to Use:

Zinc is required by superoxide dismutase and catalase for quenching free radicals in the lens and the retina. British researchers concluded that ?a combination of zinc and antioxidants or energy substrates rather that zinc alone should provide a safer and more effective way to treat a disease such as AMD.?1

L- Taurine and zinc interact in retinal morphology and function.2 This most abundant free amino acid in the retina is tissue-protective in models of oxidative damage,3 essential for normal visual development in infants and may support eye health throughout life.4 N-Acetyl Cysteine, critical for maintaining the reduced state of sulfhydryl-containing proteins in the lens, may have a beneficial effect on progression to advanced AMD. 5Cysteine is important for cell growth, apoptosis and immune function.5

Bilberry, although formerly mistakenly credited with supporting adaptation to variation in light intensity, it is rich in anthocyanadins and has superoxide radical- and peroxynitrite-scavenging activities.6,7

Alpha Lipoic Acid in its reduced form regenerates vitamin C and glutathione and can recycle vitamin E (antioxidants). It is particularly useful in cataracts that are a complication of diabetes.8

Quercitin inhibits oxidative damage in the lens and inhibits aldose reductase, the enzyme considered key to the formation of diabetic cataracts.9

Lutein Extract (containing zeaxanthin) may be considered ?conditionally essential?. Low levels are associated with macular degeneration and cataracts and a 30- mg supplement increased macular pigmentation and improved visual acuity in patients with ARMD.10,11 Lutein protects the eyes from blue light.12 Lycopene protects against experimental cataracts. It scavenges superoxide in the retinal pigment epithelium.13

There have not been any clinical trials in women during pregnancy or lactation. As with any formula, consider use with concurrent medications on an individual basis

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



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