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ZeaVision, manufacturer of the EyePromise brand of eye vitamins, is passionate about promoting healthy vision through nutrition.  With more than 20 years of research, ZeaVision pioneered the use of Zeaxanthin, a natural antioxidant and photo-protectant, for eye health. EyePromise products are science-based, offering the highest levels of dietary Zeaxanthin available.   With more than 40-million doses consumed, EyePromise is a brand of choice among optometrists and professional athletes alike.

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by Terry Bradshaw

The Power of the Pepper
Zeaxanthin is a yellow-orange carotenoid pigment found in fruits and vegetables such as peppers, corn, kale, spinach, and oranges. Zeaxanthin is the predominant carotenoid found in the macula, which is located in the retina in the back of your eye. The macula or “macular pigment” supports your central vision and functions like a set of “internal sunglasses” to enhance your vision quality.   (insert pepper image and macular pigment image)

Zeaxanthin is less prevalent in the diet than the other macular carotenoid, lutein, leaving a significant dietary gap for most people.  EyePromise nutraceuticals contain the highest levels of dietary Zeaxanthin available, derived from paprika peppers, helping to bridge that dietary gap and supporting ocular health.”

The benefits of Zeaxanthin Supplementation

Vision Quality
There are hundreds of clinical studies supporting the positive role of dietary zeaxanthin supplementation on visual function improvement.  Whether you’re a professional golfer looking to improve your ability to read putting greens, a batter looking to read a pitch out of a pitchers hand more effectively, or a tennis player who struggles with light sensitivity and glare, zeaxanthin supplementation plays a key role in overall athletic performance.  To access our Zeaxanthin and visual performance science summary, click here: (embed the attached science summary)

Neutral Efficiency
The benefits of zeaxanthin supplementation go beyond just the eyes.  It is also found in the brain.  Emerging research demonstrates that higher levels of zeaxanthin in the diet are linked to improved neural efficiency and visual processing speed.  University of Georgia brain sciences researcher Dr. Billy Hammond teams up with Dave Ellis to discuss the neural efficiency benefits of zeaxanthin supplementation in this video.

Protect vision
Building your “internal sunglasses” through zeaxanthin supplementation protects your eyes from damage from sun exposure that may lead to visual decline.

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