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LUTEIN 20MG, 75 SOFTGELS for eye health


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Lutein is an antioxidant that is responsible for the yellow colors of fruits and vegetables and is present in the highest quantities in dark, leafy green vegetables. You're born with a certain amount of lutein in your eye, but your body doesn't reproduce it.

Why is lutein important to my sight?

Cross-section of human eye

The macula is the region of the retina responsible for central vision. It's also the area that is most sensitive to blue light, the part of the visible light spectrum that, along with ultraviolet light, can damage your eyes. Lutein helps protect against this damage by filtering blue light before it can damage the macula.

How much Lutein do I need?

The amount of lutein in the eye depletes with age. You need at least 20mg of lutein per day to help maintain proper eye health. Since your body doesn't make lutein, you must constantly replace it through the foods you eat. Dark, leafy green vegetables like spinach or kale are good sources. But you'd have to eat over 7 bowls of raw spinach every day to get the recommended daily dose of 20 mg of lutein. Taking a multivitamin may help, but many multivitamins contain only a fraction of the recommended minimum of 20 mg of lutein required daily just to maintain eye health. You need more to reverse eye health deterioration.



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