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Unlocking Clarity: A Deep Dive into Vitpro VisiPlus - The Ultimate Eye Supplement

In a world where screens dominate our daily lives, taking care of your eyes is extremely important. While having a healthy diet and lifestyle are crucial for promoting optimal eye health, it is worth noting that certain essential nutrients may be lacking in our daily diets. Therefore, incorporating supplements into our routines can offer valuable additional support for our eye health.

Introducing Vitpro VisiPlus – a revolutionary eye supplement crafted with a blend of potent ingredients meticulously selected (Lutein, Astaxanthin, Beta Carotene, Ascorbic Acid, Acai Berry Extract) to support vision and overall eye wellness. This article explains how these key ingredients in Vitpro VisiPlus benefit our eye health.

Understanding the Ingredients in Vitpro VisiPlus

Lutein

 

Lutein is one of the main ingredients in VisiPlus. It is a carotenoid pigment naturally present in our retina, acting as a natural filter for our eyes against harmful blue light and ultraviolet light emitted from digital screens and sunlight. It also helps to prevent or slow down age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts, preserving visual clarity due to its antioxidant properties.

VisiPlus integrated FloraGLO® Lutein into their product formulation. FloraGlo is found to be the most trusted and safest lutein brand in the market, and has scientifically proven to protect our eyes from blue light. Their lutein is extracted from natural ingredient, marigold flowers, which has the same effect as lutein sourced from common food such as kale, spinach, corn and peppers.

Astaxanthin

 

Astaxanthin belongs to a group of chemicals called carotenoids, a red pigment commonly found in microalgae and seafood like salmon and shrimps. Astaxanthin has very strong antioxidant properties, surpassing those of lutein, vitamin C, CoQ10, green tea catechin, vitamin E and beta-carotene, all renowned for their antioxidant strength. Similar to lutein, the strong antioxidant properties in astaxanthin could help in reducing eye diseases associated with aging.

Besides, astaxanthin aids in enhancing blood flow to the eyes, facilitating the reoxygenation of retina tissues and the elimination of accumulated toxins within the retina. Astaxanthin also helps in reducing eye fatigue, improving vision clarity, protecting the eyes from UV damage and oxidative stress.

Beta Carotene


Beta carotene is usually present in vivid yellow, orange and red vegetables like carrots, apricots and red bell peppers. It is also present in some greens such as kale, spinach, and romaine lettuce. Our body could convert beta carotene into vitamin A (retinol) which is an essential vitamin for our vision, maintaining the moisture in our eyes to reduce eye dryness and potentially lower the chances of experiencing night blindness. However, it is claimed that having beta carotene is safer than consuming vitamin A directly as excess intake of vitamin A can be toxic. Therefore, consuming beta carotene can help prevent this issue as it only converts into Vitamin A only as required by the body.

Moreover, beta carotene promotes the health of the retina and other ocular tissues by acting as a protective shield against oxidative stress induced by free radicals. The antioxidant properties of beta carotene enable it to effectively neutralize these harmful agents, hence preventing eye diseases.

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

 

Ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, can be found in various fruits and vegetables such as citrus fruits (orange, lemon, grapefruits), berries, kiwi,  tomatoes, spinach and more. It plays a pivotal role in maintaining the health of the eyes as a whole. Vitamin C facilitates the synthesis of collagen in the eyes, a key structural protein in the eyes that provides strength and elasticity to ocular tissues. This structural support reinforces the structural strength, thereby enhancing resilience against age-related degenerative conditions. Next, similar to the other ingredients, vitamin C has antioxidant properties that help to combat free radicals.

Acai Berry Extract 

(Standardize to Anthocyanin)


Renowned for its exceptional antioxidant properties, acai berry extract derived from acai palm tree found in Amazon rainforest contributes significantly to the antioxidant profile of Vitpro VisiPlus. Anthocyanins and Flavonoids are the two antioxidants found in acai berries, effective in lowering oxidative damage and protecting the vulnerable tissues of the eyes from inflammation and oxidative stress. This protective action not only fosters clear vision but also acts as a barrier against various eye diseases.

Conclusion

 

In conclusion, Vitpro VisiPlus is an innovative eye supplement that consists of lutein, astaxanthin, beta-carotene, ascorbic acid, and acai berry extract, to support vision and overall eye wellness. These ingredients have been carefully selected for their ability to protect against harmful blue light, oxidative stress, and age-related eye diseases.

 

You can now unlock clarity and maintain an optimal eye health in today’s digital world by incorporating Vitpro VisiPlus into your everyday routine.

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