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EAN-130000000538121   EAN-13 barcode 0000000538121
UPC-A000000538121   UPC-A barcode 000000538121
Product NameSuper Zeaxanthin with Lutein & Meso-zeaxanthin Plus Astaxanthin
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBath / Beauty / Hygiene
Short Description9.73 OZ
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003K1LWD0
Model1234123405
BindingHealth and Beauty
Features
  • Special combination of ingredients that targets eye strain
  • Protects visual acuity
Long DescriptionThe eye is a highly complex organ that must safely harvest, control, focus, and react to light in order to produce vision. Light enters the anterior portion of the eye through the clear cornea and fluid-like aqueous humor, and is then focused by the clear lens before entering the gel-like vitreous. It must pass through a nerve layer of ganglions connected to photoreceptors (both rods and cones) where light signals are converted to electrical signals that are transported to the brain. Behind the photoreceptors are the retinal pigmented epithelium cells that feed and remove toxic waste from the constantly active photoreceptors. The retinal pigmented epithelium cells rest on a thin, connective, tissue-like support structure called Bruch's membrane, which also serves to create a blood-brain barrier for transport of nutrients, waste products, and critical oxygen. The macular region of the human retina is yellow in color due to the presence of the macular pigment, composed of two dietary xanthophylls, lutein and zeaxanthin, and another xanthophyll, meso-zeaxanthin. The latter is formed from lutein in the retina. By absorbing blue-light, the macula protects delicate photoreceptor cells in the retina from light damage. The density of your macular pigment (composed of lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin) is essential to proper vision.
Created05-22-2010
Modified05-16-2017 2:35:12pm
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