MacuHealth with LMZ3
Specially formulated to promote a healthy macular pigment and support your eyesight throughout your life.
A Healthy Diet is essential to maintain a healthy macula. Macular pigment consists of three (3) dietary nutrients – Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Meso-Zeaxanthin. Nature gives us the ability to selectively accumulate these three nutrients at the very center of the retina. In other words, where vision is sharpest and where color is processed. Unfortunately, today’s processed foods lack the nutrients required to maximize macular pigment. Because of this, supplementation is now believed to be the best way to protect your macula.
Replenishing Macular Pigment helps protect the macula (central retina) from disease, in addition to optimizing visual performance.
Restores Macular Pigment –
Exposure to high energy blue light increases oxidative stress on the retina, which over time can lead to Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). MacuHealth helps nature restore macular pigment to optimum levels, and may protect against AMD because of the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant nature of the three nutrients.
Improves Visual Performance –
Visible blue light has a negative effect on the quality of the optical image formed at the retina. In fact, shorter blue light wavelengths scatter more than other wavelengths, thereby resulting in Glare, Chromatic Aberration, and Light Scatter. Consequently, these conditions contribute to loss of visual acuity. Macular pigment selectively filters out damaging and image-degrading visible blue light.
MacuHealth with LMZ3 is the only dietary supplement containing all three (3) critical nutrients, Lutein, Meso-Zeaxanthin and Zeaxanthin in the same 10:10:2 ratio that makes up macular pigment. Taken once a day, this small, easy-to-swallow soft gel is clinically proven to restore macular pigments to normal levels, resulting in enhanced vision and aid in the prevention of age-related macular degeneration. Want to know more? Visit the Learning Center to find the answers to frequently asked questions, as well as the most current scientific journals and peer-reviewed studies.