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Part 1- EyePromise Restore Ingredients: What Do They Do?

Learn how EyePromise Restore ingredients work together to protect and improve your eye health.Learn how EyePromise® Restore ingredients work together to protect and improve your eye health.

With every vitamin, it’s important to know exactly what you’re putting into your body and how it will affect your health. The same standard should be set for Restore. Today, we’re focusing on how the following Restore ingredients improve eye health:

  • Zeaxanthin
  • Lutein
  • Omega-3
  • Zinc
  • Vitamin E


This nutrient is the most powerful ingredient in Restore for protecting and improving vision. Zeaxanthin acts as your “internal sunglasses,” meaning it shields and protects your vision from harmful levels of blue light. Blue light is everywhere: it can come from the sun, digital devices around the house, and even certain kinds of indoor lighting. We need the protection zeaxanthin provides, especially as we age. You can find zeaxanthin in foods like orange peppers, corn, and dark leafy greens. It’s nearly impossible to consume the right amounts of these foods to adequately protect your vision. Taking an eye vitamin with dietary zeaxanthin like Restore is the best way to get the right amount your eyes need.


This antioxidant works alongside zeaxanthin in protecting and improving vision. Finding an eye vitamin with both dietary zeaxanthin and lutein is critical in protecting vision from age-related eye health issues: they work better together. Large amounts of lutein can be found in marigolds and dark leafy greens.


High-quality fish oil can greatly benefit eye health. Two vital Omega-3s are docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). These significantly impact brain and eye health, as DHA can be found in the brain and retina. Low levels of DHA can actually lead to vision issues, including occasional dry eye. Foods like cold-water fish, flaxseed, and walnuts all contain Omega-3 fish oil.


The Restore formula contains trace amounts of this mineral because of its role in bringing Vitamin A from the liver to the retina. Zinc helps produce pigment in the eyes which helps protect vision. People who are at high risk for age-related eye health issues or who are already experiencing them may benefit from increased zinc intake. Pumpkin seeds, garlic, and dark chocolate contain zinc.

Vitamin E

This vitamin is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells throughout the body from damage caused by free radicals. Harmful free radicals in the body can result from exposure to environmental pollutants like cigarette smoke. Research suggests Vitamin E can help reduce the worsening of age-related eye health issues among people who show early signs. Foods like almonds, spinach, and chard have certain amounts of Vitamin E in them.
Clinical results from an EyePromise Restore Study showed drastic improvements in overall eye health including better night driving ability & better vision in low light conditions.


Part 2 of the EyePromise Restore formula series is coming up! In the meantime, want to learn more about EyePromise Restore? Click here!