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  1. Specialty Formula - Lutein 20 mg (FloraGLO®) Softgels (60 Count)

    • Specialty Formula - Lutein 20 mg (FloraGLO®) Softgels (60 Count)
      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant and carotenoid found in many fruits and vegetables!
      • 20 mg FloraGLO® lutein softgel -  derived from marigold extract!
      • Naturally contains 860 mcg of zeaxanthin, another important carotenoid for eye health!
      • Clinically proven to support eye health!
      • Lutein is required by the retina and must be obtained from a healthy balanced diet or supplementation!
      • Easy-to-swallow color free softgel!
         

      Quick Notes:

      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant and carotenoid found in many fruits and vegetables!
      • 20 mg FloraGLO® lutein softgel -  derived from marigold extract!
      • Naturally contains 860 mcg of zeaxanthin, another important carotenoid for eye health!
      • Clinically proven to support eye health!
      • Lutein is required by the retina and must be obtained from a healthy balanced diet or supplementation!
      • Easy-to-swallow color free softgel!
         

      Overview:

      Our Lutein is derived from marigold and is available in easy-to-swallow softgels!

      Lutein is a naturally occurring carotenoid (xanthophyll) found primarily in fruits and green leafy vegetables. Corn, spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, peas, leeks, collard greens, and egg yolks all contain high concentrations of Lutein. In green plants, xanthophylls act to modulate light energy and serve as non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) agents. Non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) is a mechanism employed by plants and algae to protect themselves from the adverse effects of high light intensity.

      When ingested by humans lutein concentrates in the retina. There, it may serve as a photo-protectant from the damaging effects of free radicals produced by blue light. Lutein has been called our “natural sun glasses” due to its ability to protect the eyes against radiation damage.

       

      Research Indicates:

      • Primary carotenoid found in the eye
      • Studies have demonstrated photo-protectant effects
      • Antioxidant that protects against damage caused by free radicals.
      Availability : In Stock
      Stock Number : SHO-103-SG-060
      FAST STANDARD SHIPPING: Order by 12 pm PT and receive within 2-4 business days.

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  2. Specialty Formula - Ocu Complete® with Lutein Caps (120 Count)

    • Specialty Formula - Ocu Complete® with Lutein Caps (120 Count)

      Quick Notes:

      • Scientifically formulated broad spectrum blend of synergistic vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, and amino acids designed to support eye health.
      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant..

      Quick Notes:

      • Scientifically formulated broad spectrum blend of synergistic vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, and amino acids designed to support eye health.
      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant and carotenoid found in many fruits and vegetables. It is also required by the retina and must be obtained from a healthy balanced diet.
      • Lutein is clinically proven to support eye health. Our standardized extract naturally sourced from the marigold flower.
      • Provides 10,000 mcg (10 mg) per serving of FloraGlo® Lutein -- the dosage found to provide full protection from age-related macular degeneration and cataracts
      • FloraGLO® lutein is the most clinically researched lutein brand worldwide
      • Several potent antioxidants protect against damage from free radicals.
      • Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy vision, skin, teeth, soft tissue, cellular development, and mucous membranes. Vitamin A is necessary for immune function, bone growth, cellular growth, and development
      • Contains vitamins beneficial to eye health and a combination of powerful antioxidants, such as beta-carotene!
      • Easy-to-swallow capsules!
         

      Overview:

      Our Ocu Complete® Lutein Complex is a comprehensive formula designed to promote optimal eye health. This formulation is available in capsules; lutein – one of the main constituents is derived from marigold flowers.
       

      Lutein:

      Lutein is a naturally occurring carotenoid (xanthophyll) found primarily in fruits and green leafy vegetables. Corn, spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, peas, leeks, collard greens, and egg yolks all contain high concentrations of Lutein. In green plants, xanthophylls act to modulate light energy and serve as non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) agents. Non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) is a mechanism employed by plants and algae to protect themselves from the adverse effects of high light intensity.

      When ingested by humans lutein concentrates in the retina. There, it may serve as a photo-protectant from the damaging effects of free radicals produced by blue light. Lutein has been called our “natural sun glasses” due to its ability to protect the eyes against radiation damage 
       

      Research indicates:

      • Primary carotenoid found in the eye
      • Several studies have demonstrated substantial protection against the type of damage that leads to macular degeneration
      • Antioxidant that protects against damage caused by free radicals.
      • Individuals in the top 20% for dietary lutein intake were only half as likely to develop cataracts as those in the lowest 20% of lutein intake
         

      Vitamin A (Beta Carotene):

      Vitamin A is an essential nutrient with multiple functions. Vitamin A is important for growth and development, gene transcription, maintenance of the immune system, bone metabolism, skin health, cellular health, embryonic development, reproduction, and good vision. In the early 1900s scientist discovered vitamin A could prevent night blindness.

      There are several forms of Vitamin A including retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids such as beta carotene. When we consume Beta Carotene, Vitamin A is produced naturally by enzymes in the digestive tract. The fat- soluble Vitamin A is then stored in the liver, where it can remain for long periods of time.

      Vitamin A occurs naturally only in animal products such as liver, kidney, butter, egg yolks, whole milk and fortified skim milk. On the other hand, Beta Carotene is found in yellow fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, apricots, cantaloupe, and in dark leafy vegetables.


      Vitamin B:

      Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) plays a key role in metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.


      Vitamin C:

      Vitamin C is a highly versatile - health promoting nutrient that is active throughout the body. It has many health benefits, but it is best known as a cell protector, immunity booster, and as a powerful antioxidant. Research suggests, Vitamin C works synergistically with other nutrients and should be considered a complex similar to the B vitamin class of compounds. Vitamin C is consumed more rapidly in the body during times of elevated stress. 
       

      Bioflavonoids:

      Research has long suggested that Vitamin C should be considered a complex rather than a single nutrient. Similar to the B complex of vitamins, Vitamin C works synergistically with other nutrients such as bioflavonoids. These compounds are essential for total Vitamin C effectiveness. This formula contains citrus bioflavonoids. These bioflavonoids assist Vitamin C in keeping collagen healthy, are essential for proper absorption of Vitamin C, and prevent Vitamin C from being destroyed in the body by oxidation. Consequently, bioflavonoids improve and prolong the function of Vitamin C. Bioflavonoids also support a wide range of biological functions.
       

      Vitamin E:

      Vitamin E is an essential nutrient and potent fat soluble antioxidant. In the body, it is stored in fat tissue and the liver. Vitamin E occurs as a class of compounds termed, tocotrienols and tocopherols. These tocotrienols and tocopherols have four major forms: alpha, beta, delta, and gamma. Alpha tocopherol is the most common and biologically active form of Vitamin E. 

       

      Zinc:

      Zinc is considered an essential trace mineral; it participates in more than 300 enzymatic functions in the body. Zinc is an important contributor to countless biochemical and physiological processes. Zinc is needed for normal growth and development including cellular division and maintenance of genetic material. It has been shown to help regulate a wide variety of immune function. Zinc has antioxidant properties and is important for proper maintenance of Vitamin E levels in the blood. It also improves the activity of vitamin A. Zinc is a major constituent of the potent antioxidant superoxide dismutase (SOD). Studies indicate that Zinc may help to control blood sugar levels. Additional studies show that zinc may be an important component of skin health. 
       

      Selenium:

      Selenium is an essential trace mineral and potent antioxidant. Selenium is an important component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase. It helps protect cells against free radicals damage which is produced during normal oxygen metabolism. It works synergistically with Vitamin E to protect cells from free radicals; this combination may support immune and cardiovascular health. Selenium can be toxic at high doses (more than one milligram a day or more than 1000 mcg a day).

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      Stock Number : SCF-110-SC-120
      FAST STANDARD SHIPPING: Order by 12 pm PT and receive within 2-4 business days.

      List Price: $67.12

      Price: $40.22

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  3. Specialty Formula - Ocu Complete® with Lutein Caps (60 Count)

    • Specialty Formula - Ocu Complete® with Lutein Caps (60 Count)

      Quick Notes:

      • Scientifically formulated broad spectrum blend of synergistic vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, and amino acids designed to support eye health.
      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant..

      Quick Notes:

      • Scientifically formulated broad spectrum blend of synergistic vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, and amino acids designed to support eye health.
      • Lutein is a potent antioxidant and carotenoid found in many fruits and vegetables. It is also required by the retina and must be obtained from a healthy balanced diet.
      • Lutein is clinically proven to support eye health. Our standardized extract naturally sourced from the marigold flower.
      • Provides 10,000 mcg (10 mg) per serving of FloraGlo® Lutein -- the dosage found to provide full protection from age-related macular degeneration and cataracts
      • FloraGLO® lutein is the most clinically researched lutein brand worldwide
      • Several potent antioxidants protect against damage from free radicals.
      • Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy vision, skin, teeth, soft tissue, cellular development, and mucous membranes. Vitamin A is necessary for immune function, bone growth, cellular growth, and development
      • Contains vitamins beneficial to eye health and a combination of powerful antioxidants, such as beta-carotene!
      • Easy-to-swallow capsules!
         

      Overview:

      Our Ocu Complete® Lutein Complex is a comprehensive formula designed to promote optimal eye health. This formulation is available in capsules; lutein – one of the main constituents is derived from marigold flowers.
       

      Lutein:

      Lutein is a naturally occurring carotenoid (xanthophyll) found primarily in fruits and green leafy vegetables. Corn, spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, peas, leeks, collard greens, and egg yolks all contain high concentrations of Lutein. In green plants, xanthophylls act to modulate light energy and serve as non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) agents. Non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) is a mechanism employed by plants and algae to protect themselves from the adverse effects of high light intensity.

      When ingested by humans lutein concentrates in the retina. There, it may serve as a photo-protectant from the damaging effects of free radicals produced by blue light. Lutein has been called our “natural sun glasses” due to its ability to protect the eyes against radiation damage 
       

      Research indicates:

      • Primary carotenoid found in the eye
      • Several studies have demonstrated substantial protection against the type of damage that leads to macular degeneration
      • Antioxidant that protects against damage caused by free radicals.
      • Individuals in the top 20% for dietary lutein intake were only half as likely to develop cataracts as those in the lowest 20% of lutein intake
         

      Vitamin A (Beta Carotene):

      Vitamin A is an essential nutrient with multiple functions. Vitamin A is important for growth and development, gene transcription, maintenance of the immune system, bone metabolism, skin health, cellular health, embryonic development, reproduction, and good vision. In the early 1900s scientist discovered vitamin A could prevent night blindness.

      There are several forms of Vitamin A including retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids such as beta carotene. When we consume Beta Carotene, Vitamin A is produced naturally by enzymes in the digestive tract. The fat- soluble Vitamin A is then stored in the liver, where it can remain for long periods of time.

      Vitamin A occurs naturally only in animal products such as liver, kidney, butter, egg yolks, whole milk and fortified skim milk. On the other hand, Beta Carotene is found in yellow fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, apricots, cantaloupe, and in dark leafy vegetables.


      Vitamin B:

      Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) plays a key role in metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.


      Vitamin C:

      Vitamin C is a highly versatile - health promoting nutrient that is active throughout the body. It has many health benefits, but it is best known as a cell protector, immunity booster, and as a powerful antioxidant. Research suggests, Vitamin C works synergistically with other nutrients and should be considered a complex similar to the B vitamin class of compounds. Vitamin C is consumed more rapidly in the body during times of elevated stress. 
       

      Bioflavonoids:

      Research has long suggested that Vitamin C should be considered a complex rather than a single nutrient. Similar to the B complex of vitamins, Vitamin C works synergistically with other nutrients such as bioflavonoids. These compounds are essential for total Vitamin C effectiveness. This formula contains citrus bioflavonoids. These bioflavonoids assist Vitamin C in keeping collagen healthy, are essential for proper absorption of Vitamin C, and prevent Vitamin C from being destroyed in the body by oxidation. Consequently, bioflavonoids improve and prolong the function of Vitamin C. Bioflavonoids also support a wide range of biological functions.
       

      Vitamin E:

      Vitamin E is an essential nutrient and potent fat soluble antioxidant. In the body, it is stored in fat tissue and the liver. Vitamin E occurs as a class of compounds termed, tocotrienols and tocopherols. These tocotrienols and tocopherols have four major forms: alpha, beta, delta, and gamma. Alpha tocopherol is the most common and biologically active form of Vitamin E. 

       

      Zinc:

      Zinc is considered an essential trace mineral; it participates in more than 300 enzymatic functions in the body. Zinc is an important contributor to countless biochemical and physiological processes. Zinc is needed for normal growth and development including cellular division and maintenance of genetic material. It has been shown to help regulate a wide variety of immune function. Zinc has antioxidant properties and is important for proper maintenance of Vitamin E levels in the blood. It also improves the activity of vitamin A. Zinc is a major constituent of the potent antioxidant superoxide dismutase (SOD). Studies indicate that Zinc may help to control blood sugar levels. Additional studies show that zinc may be an important component of skin health. 
       

      Selenium:

      Selenium is an essential trace mineral and potent antioxidant. Selenium is an important component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase. It helps protect cells against free radicals damage which is produced during normal oxygen metabolism. It works synergistically with Vitamin E to protect cells from free radicals; this combination may support immune and cardiovascular health. Selenium can be toxic at high doses (more than one milligram a day or more than 1000 mcg a day).

      Availability : In Stock
      Stock Number : SCF-110-SC-060
      FAST STANDARD SHIPPING: Order by 12 pm PT and receive within 2-4 business days.

      List Price: $36.02

      Price: $21.58

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