Natural Care OptiAll Eye Health - 60 Capsules
Natural Care OptiAll Eye Health is a dietary supplement to support good vision and eye health. OptiAll contains powerful antioxidants like carnosine, Lutein, Alpha lipoic acid, and Bilberry to help protect our eyes from harmful free radicals. Combined with standardized phytonutrients and essential vitamins and minerals, OptiaAll is designed to protect the eyes from damage associated with aging. OptiAll is an all-natural supplement to support healthy vision by providing antioxidant protection and specific nutrients for the eyes. Look into OptiAll for eye health!
Vision and Eye Health Formula:
- Nutrient Vitamins for Eyes
- Antioxidant Protection
- Botanicals for Healthy Vision
Today's Vision Issues
Many of us take seeing for granted, but millions of people are very concerned about their vision. Today we spend much of our time today reading, writing and watching TV or computer screens. Research shows that too much sun not only damages our skin, but is also harmful to our eyes. Projections indicate that the number of people with vision concerns are growing as more people are experiencing vision issues at an earlier age. It's smart to take whatever steps we can towards supporting good vision and protecting our precious eye health.
Highest Quality Nutrients For Vision Support
New research reveals that the powerful antioxidants in OptiAll-Carnosine, Lutein, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Bilberry, along with standardized phyto-nutrients and essential vitamins and minerals - neutralize free radicals that can be harmful for the eyes.* They also help protect the eyes from damage associated with aging. OptiAll is a high quality, exclusive formulation providing the most advanced, most effective form of all-natural nutrients directly targeted for the eyes, and backed by recent clinical studies. No artificial colors, preservatives, fillers, binders, gluten, or yeasts.
How The Eye Works
The human eye is remarkable. What we think of as the simple act of seeing is actually a complex process that goes on at breathtaking speed. Light enters the eye through the pupil (the round opening in the center of the colored iris) which opens and closes and controls how much light enters the eye. The light is focused by the lens (immediately behind the iris) which adjusts its shape by muscles and ligaments. The lens performs delicate focusing of light rays on the retina, photoreceptor nerve cells that line the inside back wall of the eye.
The photoreceptor cells change the light rays into electrical impulses and send them through the optic nerve to the brain where an image is perceived. All the vital components of the eye must function properly to provide clear vision. Anything that interferes with this delicate process can result in impaired vision.