Bausch lomb preservision lutein eye vitamin and mineral supplement softgels
Each soft gel contains:
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Soybean Oil, Unbleached Lecithin, Yellow Wax, Annatto Oil, Titanium Dioxide
This product is Vitamin A (beta-carotene) Free.
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- The new Bausch & Lomb PreserVision Lutein patented formula is based on the clinically proven Bausch & Lomb PreserVision Age Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) formula * , with the beta-carotene substituted with 10 mg of FloraGlo Lutein.
- Lutein is a carotenoid found in dark leafy green vegetables such as spinach. Carotenoids are concentrated in the macula, the part of the eye responsible for central vision. Studies suggest that lutein plays an essential role in maintaining healthy central vision by protecting against free radical damage and filtering blue light. **
- Lutein levels in your eye are related to the amount in your diet. Bausch & Lomb PreserVision Lutein contains 5 mg of lutein per soft gel, which gives you 10 mg of lutein per day. The leading multivitamin contains only a fraction of the amount of lutein used in clinical studies.
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Recommended Intake: 2 soft gels per day - 1 in the morning, 1 in the evening taken with meals.
FloraGLO is a registered trademark of Kemin Industries, Inc.
Available in bottles of 50 count soft gels. Orange, oval shaped soft gelatin capsule, imprinted with BL-LPV on one side.
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