Protecting the Gift of Sight

Our eyes are our window to the world, and most of us consider sight our most cherished sense. These precious organs allows us to interact and engage with everything around us. No wonder more than 80% of people say that vision, of the five senses, would be the one they would most fear losing.

Our Vulnerable Eyes

Our eyes take a significant amount of abuse day in and day out without us even realizing it. Every waking moment, our eyes are directly interfacing with the outside environment. This means that air pollutants, environmental assaults, blue light from computer screens, UV light, smoke, and dust all invade the delicate layers of the eye and cause damage and strain. It's no wonder our eyes get worn out.

Combine these factors with others many of us face — nutrient deficiencies, the natural aging process, blood sugar issues, medication side effects, stress, genetics — and it's not surprising that so many of us face progressive eye issues as the years tick by.

In fact, the National Eye Institute (NEI) estimates that the number of Americans suffering from the most common eye diseases - like macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinopathies and cataracts - will double between 2010 and 2050.

Behind the Eyes

Our eyes are made up of 2 million intricate parts all working in unison to help us see. Our retina, the surface at the back of the eye where photons (light particles) are focused, is particularly sensitive and susceptible to damage. That’s because it's continuously bombarded by light and oxygen, two of the biggest free-radical producers.

When oxidative stress gets out of control, cells start to succumb and blood vessels can become inflamed and leaky. The same kind of imbalances can affect other parts of our eyes as well. This, along with nutrient deficiencies, is what is at the root of many eye problems.

Feed Your Eyes

Fortunately, our eyes have a built-in system for healing and protection that bathes them in nutrient-dense fluids via a network of blood vessels. Plus, nature has given us some truly powerful eye restorers found in whole foods - nutrients like carotenoids, polyphenols, anthocyanins, and flavonoids to name a few.

There are over a dozen botanical healers that are especially beneficial for supporting eye health:

  • Bilberry
  • Elderberry
  • Goji berries
  • Sea buckthorn
  • Marigold flower
  • Pine bark
  • Grape seeds
  • Kale
  • Tomato
  • Watercress
  • Melon
  • Saffron
  • Gardenia fruit 

Each of these carry within them special gifts for our eyes, and these beneficial ingredients are concentrated into Eye Protector®.

The bottom line is that nutrition plays an indispensable role in keeping our eyes sparkling with health and clarity. While we can't avoid the ravages of time and our environment, we can do something very real by nourishing them from the inside out. An effective way to do this is with a comprehensive, powerful eye supplement, like Eye Protector®. With nutritional support, the future of our eyes can be sparkling and bright!

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