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Happy Holidays from the EyePromise Family!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Did you sing that in your head? Us too! But it’s true! And before the new year begins, we wanted to thank you for another wonderful year. We appreciate your support, and we hope to continue with you on your eye health journey. Should you need us over the holidays, please be aware that we are closed on the following dates to spend time with our families:

  • December 24
  • December 25
  • January 1

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Dr. Paula Newsome Leads the Fight Against Diabetes

We’ve talked recently about how diabetes is a growing problem, with thousands of new cases presenting each year and millions more going undiagnosed. But with this epidemic comes an opportunity for the Doctor of Optometry. This opportunity allows them to get involved with patients’ eye and overall health in relation to diabetes. Paula Newsome, OD, saw an opportunity to make a difference in her community and in her patients’ lives, and she decided to act. Continue reading Dr. Paula Newsome Leads the Fight Against Diabetes

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Optimizing Visual Performance for Sport – Part 3

Dr. Graham Erickson, a known name in the sports-vision industry, shares the different techniques to sports vision training.

In our last post, Dr. Graham Erickson reviewed a few training techniques to improve sports vision. In part three of the series, he reviews another technique that’s less about training and more about eating: nutrition. Continue reading Optimizing Visual Performance for Sport – Part 3

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Mark Cuban’s Take on “Health Gimmicks”

There seems to be a rapidly growing number of health-focused products out there. It can get confusing to know which ones will work and which are just get-rich-quick scams. Mark Cuban, a business guru and judge on the hit show Shark Tank, expressed his frustration with healthcare products promising results not backed by sound science, particularly when it comes to vitamins and supplements. Continue reading Mark Cuban’s Take on “Health Gimmicks”

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What You Should Know About Diabetes & Eye Health

November is recognized at National Diabetes Awareness Month, and the 14th of November is National Diabetes Awareness Day. There are few illnesses that take a toll on the body the way diabetes does. From the inner working of vital organs to extremities like toes and fingers, everything can be impacted. To help bring about awareness, we’re sharing some information about diabetes. Continue reading What You Should Know About Diabetes & Eye Health

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EyePromise® Screen Shield™ Teen Won a NEXTY!

EyePromise Screen Shield Teen won the NEXTY Award for Best Life Stage-Specific Supplement.

EyePromise focuses on innovation, using the latest clinical research to improve our products and results. This year, we launched Screen Shield Teen and Screen Shield Pro formulated in response to the growing screen time issue. We are proud to announce that we have recently been recognized by SupplySide and received the NEXTY Award for Best Life Stage-Specific Supplement. Continue reading EyePromise® Screen Shield™ Teen Won a NEXTY!

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Know What Quality Looks Like for Dietary Supplements

The quality of vitamins may vary, but one organization can help you know which ones you can trust.

When it comes to vitamins, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. All the brands claim to have the best ingredients, but some of them can be deceiving. That’s why seeing logos like the NSF International logo on a dietary supplement helps identify the products you can trust. Here’s what it means. Continue reading Know What Quality Looks Like for Dietary Supplements

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Nutrition & Eye Health in Relation to Blood Glucose Control

As many as 10% of the US population suffer from blood glucose control issues, and an estimated 40% of current US adults will develop these issues in their lifetime. While nutrition is important for everyone, it becomes one of the cornerstones of patients trying to keep their blood glucose and blood pressure levels down. The right foods and nutrients can even impact the chance of developing eye health complications related to poor blood glucose control. Continue reading Nutrition & Eye Health in Relation to Blood Glucose Control

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The Benefits of B Vitamins on Aging Eyes

B vitamins provide a number of health benefits.

Healthy lifestyle changes can have an incredible impact on the risk of developing health concerns. Eating right and exercising reduce the risk of issues like high blood pressure and heart disease. The AREDS 2 study proved that certain vitamins and minerals can positively affect aging eye health. Recent science has shown that certain B vitamins can also reduce the risk of developing age-related eye health issues.
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