FloraGLO® Lutein - An important nutrient for eye health at any age1-4
Each sense is precious and indispensable. Your sight allows you to detect images, and enjoy each single moment of your life. But as you age, your visual health may decline naturally, leading to poor vision. Various eye conditions may also appear overtime due to family history or poor lifestyle choices. And even with 20/20 vision, your eyes may not be performing at their best.
One of the main culprits that can negatively impact eye health is overexposure to harmful wavelengths of blue light. Blue light is a component of visible light and you are exposed to it without even realizing it. Nearly every source of light - whether natural or artificial - emits blue light.5-7 In fact, our eyes are exposed to it all day long, both indoors and out, and at ever-increasing levels.7 Because our eyes can't filter blue light on its own, overexposure may lead to short and long term effects and negatively impact vision.8,9,14,15,16
That’s why, regardless of your age, there is something you can do to protect your eyes and maintain healthy vision for a lifetime.
Supplements with FloraGLO® Lutein offer a convenient way to get the lutein you need each day. FloraGLO® has been shown to help:
FloraGLO® is the only lutein brand supported by a blue light patent.17*
What is Lutein and Zeaxanthin?
Lutein (LOO-teen) and zeaxanthin (zee-uh-zan-thin) are important nutrients that our bodies use to protect our eyes and keep them performing at their best - through every stage of life. They are found in our diet in a variety of fruits and vegetables18, namely dark green leafy.
Lutein and zeaxanthin are the ONLY dietary nutrients selectively deposited in our eyes19, in the macula lutea to create a protective layer known as macular pigment.20,21This protective layer is our eye’s natural defense against harmful blue light.
Lutein and zeaxanthin protect your eyes acting like a:
Did you know?
Your body can’t produce lutein or zeaxanthin and the levels of lutein or zeaxanthin present in the macular pigment of your eye can decrease with age leaving your eyes unprotected and vulnerable?22
Therefore, it’s important to replenish your lutein and zeaxanthin levels daily through diet and supplementation.
Are you getting enough lutein? Probably not.
Eating green, leafy vegetables like spinach, kale or broccoli provides the best dietary sources of lutein and zeaxanthin. But it’s difficult to get the lutein and zeaxanthin your eyes need from diet alone. If you’re like most Americans, your daily diet only provides about 1-2 mg of lutein and zeaxanthin.23
Fill your dietary lutein gap with FloraGLO® Lutein
FloraGLO® is a naturally-sourced lutein ingredient from marigold flowers (Tagetes erecta L.). With FloraGLO® you are providing your body with the same absorbable form of lutein found in the foods you eat.
FloraGLO® extends beyond eye health
Lutein is also deposited in the brain24-26 and skin27 as well as breast milk28,29, making it an important nutrient for:
FloraGLO® is the gold standard for the lutein market
Taking a daily vitamin containing FloraGLO® Lutein means you are taking care of your vision with the lutein brand that is:
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Recommended use: a dose of > 6 mg lutein/zeaxanthin is considered efficacious.
*Kemin has a blue light patent covering three conditions for people of all ages; presbyopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
a. PubMed, 2015.
b. Based on the results of the National Disease and Therapeutic Index syndicated report among physicians who recommend a dietary supplement with lutein for eye health – December 2014 - December 2015 (USA data).
c. U.S. Food & Drug Administration, 2004. GRAS Notice Inventory, GRN No. 140, 221 and 390.
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