Eye Defense™

For Eye Health and Blue Light Protection
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Eye Defense™ is an eye health supplement designed to support strong eyes and better vision.  Research suggests that the compounds in Eye Defense™ may help protect against the harmful effects of blue light from extended screen time.†

  • Defend against blue light
  • Support healthy vision
  • Reduce glare sensitivity
  • Reduce eye strain, fatigue, and dryness
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How It Works

As we get older, the eyes become more vulnerable to damage and the harmful effects of screen-emitted blue light (junk light). Eye Defense™ is designed to support strong eyes and better vision at any age. Research suggests that the compounds in Eye Defense™ may support long-term eye health and protect against the harmful effects of blue light from extended screen time.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin Isomers

Lutein (L) and zeaxanthin (Z) are collectively known as “macular pigments.” These are dietary carotenoids located in the eye that lend support to the center of the macula--the region of the eye most susceptible to photo-oxidative damage. [1] L and Z act as filters of high-energy blue light to support healthy vision and protect against oxidative stress and inflammation. [2] Higher intakes of L + Z are associated with a reduced risk for degenerative eye disorders like age-related macular degeneration (ARMD). [3, 4, 5] Lutemax 2020 features a 5:1 ratio of lutein-to-zeaxanthin, the same ratio found in nature that is shown to maximally support eye health.

Vitamin A (beta carotene)

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble nutrient with potent antioxidant effects throughout the body. The nutrient supports better vision by protecting the surface of the eye (cornea) and by combatting eye-related inflammation. [6] In combination with other antioxidants such as vitamin E, lutein, and zeaxanthin, vitamin A has been shown to play a key role in decreasing the risk of vision loss from macular degeneration (AMD). [7] A lack of adequate vitamin A causes the cornea to become dry, leading to vision problems like clouding in the front of the eye, ulcers, and vision loss. [8]

Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol)

Vitamin E is another powerful antioxidant compound that helps protect cellular structures from free radical damage and other metabolic debris. [9] Research suggests that vitamin E may have a protective effect against the formation of cataracts and the onset of AMD. [10] In a study done on more than 5,000 people, subjects who took a daily vitamin E supplement had a 25% lower risk of developing AMD. [11] Another study found supplementation of 400 IU of vitamin E per day was associated with a 60% lower risk of developing cataracts. [12]

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Sea buckthorn oil has been shown to reduce symptoms of dry eyes and scratchiness by stimulating the eye’s natural lubrication response. [13] Derived from the fruits and berries of the Sea Buckthorn plant, this unique ingredient is rich in vision-boosting carotenoids and tocopherols, and contains essential fatty acids to support the body’s natural defense against eye-related inflammation and tissue damage.[14]


Ingredients

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Lutein and Zeaxanthin, branded "Lutemax™ 2020", the well-established “eye vitamins,” are two of the most effective natural compounds to support better vision. Collectively referred to as “macular pigments” these carotenoids are dietary pigments that collect in the macula region of the eye where they act as a blue light filter to protect the eye’s underlying retinal cells, and lend support for macular degeneration.

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Sea buckthorn oil has been shown to reduce symptoms of dry eyes and scratchiness by stimulating the eye’s natural lubrication response. Derived from the fruits and berries of the Sea Buckthorn plant, this unique ingredient is rich in vision-boosting carotenoids and tocopherols, and contains essential fatty acids to support the body’s natural defense against eye-related inflammation and tissue damage.

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Vitamin A is an essential antioxidant compound that protects the eye’s macula, lens, and cornea. It accomplishes this by supporting the body’s natural ability to combat free radical damage, oxidative stress, and inflammation which can impair eye function.

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Vitamin E works together with Vitamin A to keep eye cells and tissues healthy. It is a fat-soluble antioxidant that aids the body’s natural defense against oxidative stress and inflammation, which supports better vision and eye health as we age.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin Isomers

20mg & 4mg

Lutein and Zeaxanthin, branded "Lutemax™ 2020", the well-established “eye vitamins,” are two of the most effective natural compounds to support better vision. Collectively referred to as “macular pigments” these carotenoids are dietary pigments that collect in the macula region of the eye where they act as a blue light filter to protect the eye’s underlying retinal cells, and lend support for macular degeneration.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

250mg

Sea buckthorn oil has been shown to reduce symptoms of dry eyes and scratchiness by stimulating the eye’s natural lubrication response. Derived from the fruits and berries of the Sea Buckthorn plant, this unique ingredient is rich in vision-boosting carotenoids and tocopherols, and contains essential fatty acids to support the body’s natural defense against eye-related inflammation and tissue damage.

Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)

2500 IU

Vitamin A is an essential antioxidant compound that protects the eye’s macula, lens, and cornea. It accomplishes this by supporting the body’s natural ability to combat free radical damage, oxidative stress, and inflammation which can impair eye function.

Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol)

30 IU

Vitamin E works together with Vitamin A to keep eye cells and tissues healthy. It is a fat-soluble antioxidant that aids the body’s natural defense against oxidative stress and inflammation, which supports better vision and eye health as we age.

Suggested Use

Take 1 softgel per day, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.

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This started working about 15 days into using it. Give it a try for the full duration and make sure you use daily. My diet has stayed the same and I just stayed consistent.

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Citations & References

  1. Ahmed, Shazia S., McGregor N. Lott, and Dennis M. Marcus. "The macular xanthophylls." Survey of Ophthalmology 50.2 (2005): 183-193.

  2. Junghans, Angelika, Helmut Sies, and Wilhelm Stahl. "Macular pigments lutein and zeaxanthin as blue light filters studied in liposomes." Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 391.2 (2001): 160-164.

  3. Snellen, E. L. M., et al. "Neovascular age‐related macular degeneration and its relationship to antioxidant intake." Acta Ophthalmologica 80.4 (2002): 368-371.

  4. Eye Disease Case-Control Study Group. "Risk factors for neovascular age-related macular degeneration." Arch Ophthalmol 110 (1992): 1701-1708.

  5. Beatty, Stephen, et al. "Macular pigment and risk for age-related macular degeneration in subjects from a Northern European population." Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 42.2 (2001): 439-446.

  6. Berson, Eliot L., et al. "Clinical trial of lutein in patients with retinitis pigmentosa receiving vitamin A." Archives of ophthalmology 128.4 (2010): 403.

  7. Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group. "A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and zinc for age-related macular degeneration and vision loss: AREDS report no. 8." Archives of ophthalmology 119.10 (2001): 1417.

  8. Klein, Eric A., et al. "Vitamin E and the risk of prostate cancer: the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT)." Jama 306.14 (2011): 1549-1556.

  9. Miller, Edgar R., et al. "Meta-analysis: high-dosage vitamin E supplementation may increase all-cause mortality." Annals of internal medicine 142.1 (2005): 37-46.

  10. Christen, William G., et al. "Age-related cataract in men in the selenium and vitamin e cancer prevention trial eye endpoints study: a randomized clinical trial." JAMA ophthalmology 133.1 (2015): 17-24.

  11. Christen, William G., et al. "Age-related cataract in men in the selenium and vitamin e cancer prevention trial eye endpoints study: a randomized clinical trial." JAMA ophthalmology 133.1 (2015): 17-24.

  12. Christen, William G., et al. "Dietary carotenoids, vitamins C and E, and risk of cataract in women: a prospective study." Archives of Ophthalmology 126.1 (2008): 102-109.

  13. Larmo, Petra S., et al. "Oral Sea Buckthorn Oil Attenuates Tear Film Osmolarity and Symptoms in Individuals with Dry Eye–4." The Journal of nutrition 140.8 (2010): 1462-1468.

Luo, Lihui, et al. "Hyperosmolar saline is a proinflammatory stress on the mouse ocular surface." Eye & contact lens 31.5 (2005): 186-193.

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