EyePromise® has a comprehensive line of eye vitamins formulated for AMD and AMD risk, occasional dry eye, eye health related to diabetes, screen time, and athletic performance. With all these choices, it can be difficult to know which is the best for your patients. Furthermore, what if your patients have difficulty with or don’t like taking softgels/pills? We have the answer.
Continue reading When to Recommend EyePromise® Vizual Edge™ Chewable
When it comes to athletic performance, nutrition is an increasingly important aspect. Many of us have heard the phrase “food is fuel,” and that’s how athletes need to look at dietary nutrition. During training, athletes need adequate energy to maintain a level of intensity, and the energy produced when our bodies break down food is how we sustain that intensity. However, not everyone has the same nutritional needs, and some even have nutritional restrictions. Continue reading How Dietary Differences Affect Athletics
Through This Unique Partnership, EyePromise’s NSF Certified for Sport® Line of Performance Eye Vitamins Will Be Provided to the Red Sox.
Since the beginning of competitive athletics, people have gone to great lengths to enhance their performance. From using “stimulants” like brandy, wine, or hallucinogenic mushrooms in ancient Greece to weight management and muscle gaining supplements to oxygen doping, athletes have come up with some insanely creative ways to gain an edge on their competition. However, few consider the impact that improved eye health can have on their performance, and even fewer realize there are once daily supplements you can take to get these performance improvements. Continue reading How Eye Health Supplements Can Enhance Game-Time Performance
When it comes to eye health supplements, it can be difficult to know what to recommend for each patient’s individual needs. While EyePromise has vitamins formulated for AMD and AMD risk, occasional dry eye, eye health related to diabetes, screen time, and athletic performance, how can you know which is the best for your patients? What if we told you EyePromise has a product that combines the best of all our vitamins into one convenient daily dose? Continue reading When to Recommend EyePromise® Vizual Edge Pro™
When it comes to avoiding injury or accident or performing well in an athletic situation, having a fast reaction time is crucial. While some performance may be based on natural ability, reaction time is heavily reliant on what’s called “visual processing speed.” This neuro-visual function helps determine the speed in which you react to a stimulus, but what is it exactly and what, if anything, can be done to improve it? Continue reading What Is Visual Processing Speed & Why Does It Matter?
As the pandemic seems to come to an end, things are returning to a more “normal” state. With these changes comes the opening of sports stadiums around the country. That’s right! Fans are starting to be allowed back into stadiums to root on their favorite players, teams, and events. As athletes continue to train and improve their skills, one important element of performance is often overlooked: vision. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Performance & Eye Health
We’re beyond excited to announce that we have partnered with 3-time Major winner and 2020 European Ryder Cup Captain Pádraig Harrington. What’s even more exciting is the difference Harrington has noticed since taking Vizual Edge Pro™. Continue reading Three-time major winner and 2020 European Ryder Cup Captain Pádraig Harrington Joins EyePromise®
Dietitians make it their life to understand the ins and outs of nutrition. They’re board-certified experts in food and nutrition, and they fully understand the science of food, nutrition, and their impact on health. Most, if not all, professional and big league collegiate athletic associations have some form of a dietitian working with their teams to improve overall health and performance. David Yeager spoke specifically about the importance of nutrition and eye health for performance.
“Among the various aspects of athletic performance, eye health rarely gets much attention.”