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Protect and Enhance Your Central Vision! 

How macular pigment affects your vision.

AMD is the leading cause of vision loss in the US affecting millions every year. You can be proactive in protecting and enhancing your central vision!

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Education is the first step in fighting AMD!

Macular Pigment

The macular pigment in the back of your eye protects and enhances your central vision - think of it as your "internal sunglasses." Learn more about macular health and getting your macular pigment measured.

Supported by Science

The ZVF Study published in the November 2011 Journal of Optometry showed vision improvement in early AMD patients through daily supplementation of dietary Zeaxanthin and Lutein. We'll include an abstract of the study in your Free AMD Awareness kit.

You Are What You Eat

Our collective health has never been worse: the #1 vegetable in the US is the french fry. Nutrition has a major impact on eye health - specifically, fruits and vegetables.

Supplementation Can Help

If you can't eat 8-10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day, consider an all natural eye vitamin with dietary Zeaxanthin, Lutein, and other vitamins and nutrients.

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What your eyes need most: Zeaxanthin (zee-uh-zan-thin).

Dietary Zeaxanthin is the predominant pigment to protect and enhance your central vision.

Zeaxanthin Dietary Gap.

While Zeaxanthin is found naturally in your macula in the back of the eye, dietary Zeaxanthin is scarce in the average daily diet.

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