Understand your eye health
External factors impact our eyes The eye is an incredible organ, one of the smallest, yet hardest working parts of the body that provides one of the most valued senses; vision, allowing us to experience the beauty of the world. Today, we are making our eyes work harder than ever; spending increasingly more time looking at screens or exposing our eyes to light. Pollution, higher stress levels, more sporadic sleeping patterns and age are also having an impact on our eyes. Read more
Think you know your eye-healthy foods?
It’s often said that a healthy diet is good for your body, but it’s rarely mentioned how eating well can also help look after your eyes. Certain foods have many vitamins and nutrients that your body and eyes may need. Your eyes are unique and have their own nutritional needs so choose healthy foods.
Food for your eyes
Lutein and Zeaxanthin are found in the back of the eye, at the macula. Naturally occurring in brightly coloured fruits and vegetables, such as peppers, sweetcorn, spinach, kale as well as egg yolks.
Omega-3 and DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acids are a special class of polyunsaturated fatty acids which are an essential part of your health and are only obtained from diet through foods such as plant seed oils, nut oils and oily fish (such as sardines and salmon).
- With scientifically proven ingredients such as Zinc, DHA* and Vitamin B2 to help maintain normal vision.
- With Lutein & Zeaxanthin which make up the macular carotenoids. The macula of the eye is responsible for our central vision which is used to see shapes, colour and details
- Contains Magnesium which contributes to normal muscle function. The eye is the fastest moving muscle in the human body.
*The beneficial effect of DHA is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg.
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