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Eye health & vision

Looking for supplements to help with eye problems? We’re here to help.

Need advice on how to keep your eyes healthy?

Certain nutrients are vital to keep eye tissue healthy. Supporting your levels of these nutrients can make a major difference in keeping your eyes free from trouble.

Our eye tissue needs a surprisingly long list of nutrients to stay healthy.

Several vitamins and minerals settle in the eye tissue to do their work. Research shows that eyes with various diseases - dry eyes, cataracts, macular degeneration and others - contain very low levels of these key nutrients. It makes sense to top up your levels of these nutrients to keep your eyes in tip-top shape. 

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Vitamin A | 10,000 IU | 400 Softgels

Essential for maintaining healthy vision, Vitamin A supports the function of the retina, aids in low-light and color vision, and contributes to overall eye health.

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Super B Vitamin Complex

Vitamin B2 may help prevent cataracts, and promotes optimal vision by assisting in the conversion of light into signals in the retina. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is essential for the production of neurotransmitters in the retina, maintaining healthy eyesight and overall wellbeing of the eyes.

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1000mg Starflower Oil Plus Vitamin B6 90 Capsules

Packed with gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), starflower oil supports tear production, reducing the risk of dry eyes and promoting overall eye comfort and health. The added Vitamin B6 maintains healthy nerve signalling in the retina. 

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Omega 3, 2000mg Super Strength Fish Oil - 300 Softgels

Rich in fatty acids like DHA, omega-3 supports the structural integrity of the eye's retina, promoting optimal vision and reducing the risk of conditions like dry eyes and macular degeneration.

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Zinc Gluconate Tablets - 25mg

Essential for the health of the retina, zinc contributes to the maintenance of the structure of the eye and aids in the prevention of macular degeneration and other vision-related issues.

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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)

Crucial for the prevention of age-related macular degeneration, Vitamin D supports overall eye health by reducing the risk of vision impairment and enhancing the absorption of calcium, vital for eye structure.

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Organic Turmeric Curcumin 2160mg with Organic Black Pepper & Organi...

With its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, turmeric helps protect the eyes from oxidative stress, reducing the risk of age-related eye conditions and supporting overall eye health.

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Organic Turmeric Curcumin 1440mg with Organic Black Pepper & Organi...

With its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, turmeric helps protect the eyes from oxidative stress, reducing the risk of age-related eye conditions and supporting overall eye health.

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How to Boost Eye Health With Supplements

Vitamin B Complex

Your partner giving support against macular degeneration and cataracts.

Some of the B Vitamins have great benefit to eye health, especially Vitamin B12, Vitamin B9 and Vitamin B6. The combination of these B vitamins may play a role in fending off Age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Also known as Vitamin B1, Thiamine has been shown to both reduce and slow down the rate of developing cataracts.

Vitamin A

Trouble driving after sunset? Hate sitting in dimly lit rooms? You may need vitamin A.

Vitamin A deficiency can even lead to dry eyes due to inadequate moisture production. Vitamin A helps to support your cornea, the protective outer layer of the eye. It’s found in rhodopsin, which is a protein found in the eye, helping people to see better in dimly lit lighting conditions. This was the origin of the old wartime messaging that carrots - a source of vitamin A - help you see in the dark. A deficiency in Vitamin A can eventually result in a progressively more serious eye condition known as xeropthalmia (characterised by bulging eyes) which can lead to significant drying of the eye. This deficiency has also been implicated in a long list of other eye diseases. Along with its precursor beta carotene, it has been studied in relation to reducing the development of cataracts and AMD.

Omega 3

Blurry vision on and off? Do you have dry eyes? Omega 3 might help. 

Omega 3 fatty acids cannot be made by the body and are therefore known as “essential” fatty acids, because we need to eat them in fish. They are effective in treating dry eyes by aiding the natural production of a healthy tear film. Omega-3s can also help ease irritation by soothing inflammation inside the eyelids and on the surface of the eyeball. 

In addition, Omega-3 fatty acids can help production in your meibomian glands, which produce the oily layer of your tear film. The oil these glands produce stops your tears from evaporating too quickly, keeping your eyes moisturised. This is vital for clear vision. 


Trouble with frequent styes or conjunctivitis? 

Zinc helps maintain the health of your retina, cell membranes, and protein structure while allowing vitamin A to travel from your liver to the retina. Without zinc, vitamin A can’t reach the retina to produce melanin, a pigment helping protect your eyes from infection. 

Vitamin D

Dry eyes and blurry vision? Find you can’t see the computer screen after a while?

Vitamin D can have a direct impact on your eye health. This vitamin helps to improve the coating of the tears spreading across the eye’s surface, and it may help reduce inflammation. A study found dry eyes may link to vitamin D deficiency, so improving your daily dose may be beneficial.

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