As the rate of diabetes continues to increase across the country, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of this whole-body health issue. Eye health issues caused by diabetes are often not discussed until serious problems arise. Diabetes impacts your quality of vision, reducing your color and contrast sensitivity and even causing vision loss. However, just as nutrition is important for the overall stability of diabetes, it’s imperative for preserving lasting eye health. Here are some nutrients that are necessary for supporting vision for people with diabetes. Continue reading Supplementation to Support Diabetic Eye Health
When it comes to having good vision, many people think about the acuity score we get from eye exams with an eye chart. But life is more than black and white, it’s shades of gray and, more pronouncedly, it’s wonderful hues of colorful scenery that enrich your perspective. In this post, we’ll explain what exactly color vision is and why it’s more important to your vision than just pretty pictures. Continue reading Color Vision: What Is It & Why Does It Matter?
Although most people think of vision quality as your acuity score, there are many things that can attribute to how well you can see. As we’ve learned in our past videos, contrast also plays an important role in vision. Of course, light is an incredibly crucial part of being able to see. However, some people have a sensitivity to light that disrupts their ability to see. Continue reading Learn About Light Sensitivity and How to Fix It
When it comes to our diets, most of us could afford to eat a little healthier. However, in the craziness that is life, it can be tough to get all the nutrients you need every day, especially for eye health. However, supplementation has made it easier than ever to get the exact amount of nutrients your eyes and body need to function at their best. Continue reading Supplementation for Healthy Vision
The eyes are often referred to as the windows to the soul. What many don’t realize is that they are also windows into our brain health. Our eyes and brain are deeply connected, and changes in the eyes can often indicate issues in the brain. Here’s why. Continue reading Understanding the Eye-Brain Connection
In some of our recent blogs, we’ve talked about nutrition, why food isn’t enough, and what supplementation can do for us, but there are a lot of choices in the world of vitamins. From specialized alphabet vitamins (A, B, C, D, E) to holistic multi-vitamins, they can come in a variety of shapes, sizes, doses, and qualities. So, how can you know which one(s) you should take?
To help you with choosing a high-quality product, here are a few things to look for when checking into a vitamin brand. Continue reading How to Find a Good Vitamin
If you know anything about eye vitamins, you’ve probably heard of a couple of antioxidants called zeaxanthin and lutein. Most eye vitamins on the market contain some kind of lutein-zeaxanthin combination, but many products follow a 5 to 1 ratio of lutein to zeaxanthin while EyePromise products contain a 2 to 1 ratio of zeaxanthin to lutein. Why is that? Continue reading Why EyePromise Is Different with Our Zeaxanthin
At some point in our lives, we’ve heard old wives’ tales about “dos and don’ts” on topics related to our health. In this post we take a closer look at myths related to vision and weather there’s any truth to them.
There are many benefits to taking zeaxanthin – here are 3 key reasons why! Continue reading Benefits of Zeaxanthin
The ingredients in EyePromise® Restore work better together than as standalone vitamins. Here’s why.
Continue reading Part 2- EyePromise Restore Ingredients: What Do They Do?