What is VISION+
VISION+ from FutureYou contains a patented combination of the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which are found in the macula in eyes.
The macula is a small and highly sensitive area located at the centre of the retina at the back of the eye. It is responsible for distinguishing colours, fine detail and central vision. Central vision is vital in allowing us to carry out activities such as reading, writing, and driving.
It has been shown that healthy eyes contain higher levels of both lutein and zeaxanthin. The key carotenoids filter damaging, high-energy blue wavelength light from the visible-light spectrum by as much as 90%.
VISION+ has a unique lycopene-based delivery system, which involves the lycopene, present in the natural tomato extract, sacrificing itself to be oxidised to ensure that lutein and zeaxanthin are delivered to the macula.
The lutein and zeaxanthin in VISION+ come from the marigold flower, a naturally high source of the key carotenoids.
*The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 25mg of zinc.
Key ingredientsLutein 10mg
Vitamin C 500mg
Vitamin E 25mg
Take 2 capsules per day
Take one in the morning and one in the evening
To be taken with or without food
No known issues taking this product with alcohol
Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans
Vitamin E Acetate
Medium Chain Triglycerides
Organic Olive Oil
Capsule shell: Bovine Gelatin, Glycerin (E422), Water, Annatto Extract Colour
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