Nutrition

 

In our eyes, the density of pigment in the macula area can deteriorate. Signs of this can include Drusen deposits in the macula, blurred central vision and sensitivity to glare. Major research studies show that the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin play a key role in increasing macular pigment and supporting eye health as we age.  Vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants also play a key role in supporting whole-body health.

We recommend vitamin supplements to maintain good whole body health and provide nutritional counceling to help prevent eye conditions such as cataracts, age-related macular degeneration.

MaxiVision

Whole-Body Formula

MaxiVision gives you the high-dose lutein researchers say supports your eyes' macular pigment. Plus, MaxiVision's antioxidants can benefit your vision and your whole – body health. Try it now, with our money-back guarantee.

  • Eye vitamin + multivitamin
  • 2x the strength of PreserVision and I-Caps
  • NEW! Single-daily dose option.


The MaxiVision formula is supported by results from the AREDS 2 Study.
 

Combat Aging Eyes

Over time, the density of the pigment in the macula area deteriorates.

Research
Two age-related eye studies conducted by the National Eye Institute studied how taking certain antioxidants affects ocular health. The first study (AREDS) found a supplement of antioxidants seemed to have a positive effect on vision.

A Better Vitamin Formula
Next, AREDS 2 looked at replacing the supplement's beta-carotene (a cancer risk for some patients) with lutein and zeaxanthin – two substances that other studies show may play a role in the density of the eye's macular pigment. Also: 90% of AREDS 2 participants took a multivitamin.

Research Studies Support a Nutritional Approach to Eye Health
The AREDS 2 eye-vitamin formulation and its positive effect on aging eyes
Douglas Covert, MD, Ophthamology, May 23, 2013

 

What happens as we age?

In our eyes, the density of pigment in the macula area can deteriorate.

Signs of this can include Drusen deposits in the macula, blurred central vision and sensitivity to glare. Major research studies show that the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin play a key role in the density of the eye's macular pigment. Vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants also play a key role in supporting whole-body health.

These cell-builders and antioxidants are contained in foods, but it's often hard to get the level of them needed to support macular pigment and overall health as we age. Plus, medications, alcohol, smoking, illness and age-related issues can keep you from getting the full benefit. Studies show taking certain eye vitamins and supplements can help. (This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.)

How much lutein and zeaxanthin does MaxiVision Whole Body Formula contain?
20 mg lutein and 4 mg zeaxanthin – two times the amount of other eye vitamins such as PreserVision or I-Caps.

This is important because studies show that supplemental lutein and zeaxanthin can predictably increase macular pigment and support eye health as we age. It is also important to know that our lutein comes from FloraGLO® – natural source that studies show does a better job of getting into your blood stream so you can actually benefit from the lutein.

 
MaxiVision Nutritional Info