INDICATIONS

Food supplement useful in case of:

  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

AVERAGE CONTENTS

COMPONETS FOR DAILY INTAKE (1softgel)
Olio di pesce 167 mg (di cui DHA 90 mg)
Vitamina E 12 mg
Selenio 55 μg
Tagetes Erecta L. e.s. 200 mg (di cui Luteina 10 mg e Zeaxantina 2mg)

RECOMMENDED DOSE

One soft gel per day.

INDICATIONS

Food supplement useful in case of:

  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

AVERAGE CONTENTS

COMPONETS FOR DAILY INTAKE (1softgel)
Olio di pesce 167 mg (di cui DHA 90 mg)
Vitamina E 12 mg
Selenio 55 μg
Tagetes Erecta L. e.s. 200 mg (di cui Luteina 10 mg e Zeaxantina 2mg)

RECOMMENDED DOSE

One soft gel per day.

Macular degeneration. Aging can lead to…

In the macula there are two basic pigments for visual functionality:

  • Lutein, the dominant pigment as you move from the center of the fovea
  • Zeaxanthin, which is found mainly in the center of the fovea.

The progressive degeneration of the macula causes an important and irreversible reduction of the visual function, with loss of the central vision that, in the most serious forms, can also lead to blindness.

Some factors can cause and worsen this problem, such as:

  • Old age
  • Unprotected exposure to sunlight
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Chronic oxidative stress
  • Smoke and alcohol

The best allies of your sight

To fight oxidative stress and protect the ocular neurosensory layers, our body needs some essential components that are particularly valuable for this purpose.

  • TAGETES (like Lutein and Zeaxanthin) with their protective and antioxidant properties protect the retina from the damage of excessive exposure to sunlight, preventing degenerative phenomena at the ocular level.
  • OMEGA-3 (DHA) is the main constituent of the outer membrane of photoreceptors. Its contribution can reduce the risk of macular degeneration by 30-35%

Eating well is also good for the eyes

The foods that help our eyes and our sight, are the following:

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Fish (tuna or salmon)
  • Lean meats
  • Red meat
  • Whole grains
  • Vegetable oils rich in Vitamin E