By far, losing our eyesight is one of the most frustrating natural declines we face as we age.
Even more frustrating is the fact that modern medicine has very little to offer those who suffer from the LEADING CAUSE of vision loss and blindness…
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Once this condition takes hold, it’s irreversible. That crystal-clear vision you once took for granted? Gone.
But the good news is, there are steps you can take to help prevent it—and SLOW progression—starting TODAY.
The secret lies within this winning combination…
Vitamins and minerals to the rescue
The Age-Related Eye Disease Study 2 (AREDS2) formula of vitamins and minerals remains safe and effective in treating AMD for over 10 years, according to new research published in JAMA Ophthalmology.
This winning combination includes:
- Vitamin C—500 mg
- Vitamin E—400 IU
- Copper—2 mg
- Zinc—80 mg
And it most recently replaced beta carotene with:
- Lutein—10 mg
- Zeaxanthin—2 mg
This new-and-improved formula slowed the progression of AMD to late-disease—where the most severe vision loss takes hold—by 20 percent.
Lutein and zeaxanthin are especially important. These antioxidants help protect the retina from damage caused by light exposure. And retina damage is a main contributor of AMD and vision loss.
(Let’s be honest: far too many of us venture outdoors without proper protection, even though I always recommend wearing sunglasses whenever you go outside. That includes in the winter and even on not-so-sunny days.)
Diet and supplements are complementary
Do you know what else you can do to help slow the progression of AMD, or help prevent it altogether? Eating healthy.
Even these researchers agree that a healthy diet and smart supplementation appear to complement one another. They even suggest that diet may help slow progression to the dry form of AMD—and supplements help prevent the wet form of AMD.
When it comes to supplementation, at the very least, I suggest adding lutein and zeaxanthin to your regimen.
As for a healthy diet to help support eyesight? Stick to a Mediterranean-type diet rich in lean protein (especially from wild-caught, fatty fish), fresh veggies, nuts, and omega-9 fatty acids. These dietary choices are chockfull of the many essential nutrients found in the winning combination above.
For more natural strategies to prevent eye disease, stop vision loss, and enjoy crystal clear vision for life, check out my Ageless Vision Protocol. To learn more about this innovative, online learning tool—or to enroll today—click here now!
Until next time,
“Benefit of supplements for slowing age-related macular degeneration.” ScienceDaily, 06/02/2022. (sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220602121430.htm)