Description Vitamin A Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is also a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A plays a critical role in maintaining healthy vision, neurological function, healthy skin, and more. Vitamin A- like all antioxidants- is involved in reducing inflammation through fighting free radical damage. Consuming a diet high in antioxidants is a way to naturally slow aging.
Zinc Zinc is an important mineral that is found in every single cell of the body. The red and white blood cells, our bones, retina, kidneys, pancreas and liver all store zinc. The tenth most common element in the human body, zinc is vital for the functioning of more than 300 hormones and countless enzyme systems in the body. Zinc is also vital for cells to divide and replicate during the production of new tissues. Zinc is necessary for the repair of our genetic material, for helping skin to heal, for growth and for over 300 enzyme systems, which control countless processes in the body including taste, smell and metabolism. Zinc deficiencies can also lead to hair loss, skin lesions, diarrhoea and impaired vision.
Selenium is an essential trace mineral that is important for many bodily processes, including cognitive function, a healthy immune system, and fertility in both men and women. It contributes to thyroid hormone metabolism and DNA synthesis, and it helps protect against oxidative damage and infection, according to the United States (U.S.) Office of Dietary Supplements. It is present in human tissue, mostly in skeletal muscle. Selenium may help prevent cardiovascular disease, thyroid problems, cognitive decline, which means disorders related to thinking, cancer, and others.
LUTINE Lutein is a type of carotenoid antioxidant that is most well-known for protecting eye health. It is found in brightly colored foods like fruits and vegetables — especially leafy greens and types that are deep orange or yellow. Lutein is abundant in anti-inflammatory, cancer-fighting foods including kale, broccoli and many other green vegetables, eggs yolks and citrus fruits — all of which help protect the eyes from oxidative stress. Within the eyes, one of the most important functions of the lens is to collect and focus light on the retina, which is exactly why the lens needs to remain “clear” and free from the cloudiness that is indicative of cataracts. The major reason the lens becomes cloudy is damage due to oxidation, which is why we need antioxidants to help neutralize free radicals.
Bilberry fruit Today, the fruit is used eye problems, improving eyesight and aiding night vision. Traditionally bilberry fruit was used to treat diarrhea, scurvy and other conditions. varicose veins, poor circulation and even cancer prevention. Bilberry contains anthocyanosides which are potent antioxidants which strengthen blood vessels and capillary walls, improve red blood cells, stabilize collagen tissues such as tendons, ligaments and cartilage and has cholesterol lowering effects. They also increase retinal pigments that allow the eye to tolerate light.
Grape seed Grape seed extract is a compound which protects, heals and beautifies skin. At the heart of grape seed extract’s effectiveness is the presence of oligomeric procyanidins (OPCs). These are a type of flavonoids, which usually act as pigments in plants. OPCs are found in high concentrations in tree bark (particularly some species of pine trees) and in the outer shell of seeds. Some biologists have suggested that the purpose of OPCs in these structures is to protect the plant – and particularly its seeds – from the damaging effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation and oxidation. It has been determined that OPCs, when introduced into the human system, provide strong antioxidant benefits. This means that they bind with free oxygen radicals in the human system; these radicals can cause damage and aging in cells. More than any other source of OPCs, grape seeds contain not only high concentrations of OPCs but a variety of complex structures of this compound. These OPCs have been shown to have 50 times more antioxidant power than even the well-known abilities of vitamin E. In addition to the OPCs, a chemical compound called resveratrol is also found in grape seed extract. Resveratrol is produced by plants to help fight infection and acts as a botanical antibacterial and antifungal agent. This gives grape seed extract an ability to provide an elaborate variety of effective processes to protect and repair skin tissue when applied topically.
Quercetin Dihydrate The bioflavinoid Quercetin Dihydrate is found in fruits and vegetables; most commonly apples and onions. Quercetin Dihydrate has some neuroactive properties similar to caffeine, only less potent. From a biological perspective, Quercetin Dihydrate has been shown to promote apoptosis in unhealthy cell growths and decrease the absorption of dietary, lower plasma, and hepatic cholesterol. It is one of the most popular bioflavinoids, Quercetin Dihydrate offers a wide variety of benefits to those who choose to supplement it. Quercetin Dihydrate is known to have anti-oxidant properties. It has been used to promote the health of various conditions of the heart and blood vessels, eyes, mind, lungs, prostate, and many other organs.
L –Taurine The amino acid taurine is crucial for vision. It supports function of the heart, skeletal muscle, and the central nervous system. The pancreas produces taurine, and taurine is a major component of digestive bile. The chemical can be ingested from meats, fish and supplements, such as pills and energy drinks. Taurine is an antioxidant, which is important to preventing age-related vision loss such as macular degeneration and other retinal diseases. Taurine also helps the retina eliminate waste. But, taurine levels in the retina decline a great deal as we age. Taurine deficiency is mostly a concern as a drug side effect, for diabetics and for the elderly.
N –Acetyl L-Cysteine/NAC N-acetylcysteine helps with many eye conditions. NAC acts both as an antioxidant (particularly against lipid peroxidation) and as an antagonist of glycation, the harmful process that results in advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs); these are sugar-protein complexes that degrade cellular functions in many of the body’s organs and tissues, including our lenses. NAC occurs naturally in the body, and it too is believed to be effective in preventing and treating cataracts when applied topically. It has been shown to improve vision by partially reversing the development of the cataract, thus increasing the lens’s transmissivity to light and allowing improved vision. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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