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Common Eye Problems
Eye floaters are those tiny spots, specks, flecks and "cobwebs" that drift aimlessly around in your field of vision. While annoying, ordinary eye floaters and spots are very common and usually aren't cause for alarm.
Floaters and spots typically appear when tiny pieces of the eye's gel-like vitreous break loose within the inner back portion of the eye.
When we are born and throughout our youth, the vitreous has a gel-like consistency. But as we age, the vitreous
begins to dissolve and liquefy to create a watery center.
Some undissolved gel particles occasionally will float around in the more liquid center of the vitreous. These particles can take on many shapes and sizes to become what we refer to as "floaters."
You'll notice that these types of spots and floaters are particularly pronounced when you peer at a bright, clear sky or a white computer screen. But you can't actually see tiny bits of debris floating loose within your eye. Instead, shadows from these floaters are cast on the retina as light passes through the eye, and those shadows are what you see.
You'll also notice that these specks never seem to stay still when you try to focus on them. Floaters and spots move when your eye moves, creating the impression that they are "drifting."
Super Lutein Testimonial - Eye Floaters
Dato Tang had severe eye floaters problem and was told by the eye specialist that there was no cure and he had to live with it. His friend recommended him Super Lutein. After consuming Super Lutein for one week, he realised that the floaters had reduced and two months later there were no more floaters in his eyes!
See other Eye Floaters Testimonials here.
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A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside the eye which leads to a decrease in vision. It is the most common cause of blindness and is conventionally treated with surgery. Visual loss occurs because opacification of the lens obstructs light from passing and being focused on the retina at the back of the eye.
It is most commonly due to aging, but has many other causes. Over time, yellow-brown pigment is deposited in the lens, and this, together with disruption of the lens fibers, reduces the transmission of light and leads to visual problems.
Those with cataracts often experience difficulty in appreciating colors and changes in contrast, driving, reading, recognizing faces, and coping with glare from bright lights.
Glaucoma is a condition that causes damage to your eye's optic nerve and gets worse over time. It is often associated with a buildup of pressure inside the eye. Glaucoma tends to be inherited and may not show up until later in life.
The increased pressure, called intraocular pressure, can damage the optic nerve, which transmits images to the brain. If damage to the optic nerve from high eye pressure continues, glaucoma will cause permanent loss of vision. Without treatment, glaucoma can cause total permanent blindness within a few years.
Because most people with glaucoma have no early symptoms or pain from this increased pressure, it is important to see your eye doctor regularly so that glaucoma can be diagnosed and treated before long-term visual loss occurs.
If you are over age 40 and have a family history of glaucoma, you should have a complete eye exam with an eye doctor every one to two years. If you have health problems such as diabetes or a family history of glaucoma or are at risk for other eye diseases, you may need to visit your eye doctor more frequently.
Super Lutein Testimonial - Cataract & Glaucoma
Mr Oh Kai Kok (76years old) – I used to have eye floaters, cataract, astigmatism and glaucoma at the same time. They caused so much inconvenience that I decided to undergo eye lasik in 2008. Unfortunately the lasik surgery failed twice. I lost my eyesight for 36 days. My friend recommended me Super Lutein and Izumio. I gave it a try hoping to regain my eye sight since I couldnt see anyway. Now I can see even small letters and drive without my glasses. I don’t need my spectacles anymore. My coronary arteries were blocked and I often felt pain when I squatted. Now my arteries are all cleared. My cholesterol level was 280 and now below 200. The right side of my head was painful during the night and now relieved. I dont’ need to take medication anymore. I have regain my health, thanks to Super Lutein and Izumio.
Age related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Macular degeneration (i.e damage to the retina) is on the rise due to greater exposure of the eyes to ultraviolet (UV) rays and blue light. Both are present in sunlight and a growing threat as the ozone layer is depleted. They are also emitted from man-made sources such as computer screens, electronic displays, welder’s flash, fluorescent lighting and industrial equipment. When UV rays and blue light enter the eye,they induce oxidative activity that can damage the macula and retina, which can impair vision.
The eyes have their own protective mechanisms for neutralizing the free radicals produced when exposed to UV rays and blue light. These mechanisms use antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin, which are found in high concentrations in both the macula and retina. Lutein, however, is not produced by the body. If it is not replenished through ingestion, the antioxidative mechanism will eventually run out of lutein and breakdown. Loss of these antioxidants is said to be linked to age related macular degeneration, which commonly occurs in elderly people.
Super Lutein Testimonial - Macular Degeneration
- Shimitzu-san was diagnosed with AMD
- Consumed Super Lutein
- After a few months, condition improved
How to Improve Your Eye Condition?
Feed your eyes with Lutein as it will provide your eyes with a layer of protection and filter against harmful UV radiation and blue light.
Lutein is an antioxidant carotenoid, a pigmented nutrient that is responsible for the yellow colours of fruits and vegetables. It is present in dark, leafy green vegetables. You are born with a certain amount of lutein in your eye, but your body does not reproduce it.
Why is lutein important to eye health?
The macula is the region of the retina responsible for central vision. It is also the area that is most sensitive to blue light, the part of the visible light spectrum that, along with ultraviolet light, can damage your eyes. Lutein helps protect against this damage by filtering blue light before it can damage the macula. Sunglasses are the first line of defense against blue light and lutein is the last.
How much lutein do I need?
Without adequate consumption, the amount of lutein in the eye may deplete with age. Leading doctors recommend at least 6 mg of lutein per day to help maintain proper eye health. Since your body does not produce lutein, you must constantly replace it through the foods you eat. Dark, leafy green vegetables such as spinach or kale are very good sources.However, you would have to consume more than two bowls of spinach every day to get the recommended dose of lutein. Taking a multivitamin may help, but most multivitamins contain only a fraction of the recommended dosage of lutein.
Super Lutein - a great source of lutein
Super Lutein from Naturally Plus contain high-quality FloraGLO Lutein plus other vitamins and minerals to help address your eye health concerns, or maintain your eye health.
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Super Lutein (100 capsules per bottle)
Content: 54g (540mg × 100 capsules)
Recommended Daily Intake: 3 capsules
Refined fish oil (containing DHA)
- wheat germ oil
- blackcurrant extracts
- blueberry extracts
- vitamin E extracts
- marigold extracts (containing lutein, zeaxanthin)
- tomato lycopene
- gardenia (containing crocetin)
- vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12
Storage: Avoid high temperature, high humidity and direct sunlight. Store under cool conditions.
Nutritional Value per 3 capsules (1.62g)
Calories 10.1 kcal
- Protein 0.54 g
- Fat 0.78 g
- Carbohydrate 0.24 g
- Sodium 2.22 mg
- α-carotene 840 μg
- β-carotene 2020 μg
- Lutein 18.0 mg
- Lycopene 2.16 mg
- Crocetin 3.0 mg
- DHA 46.7 mg
- Vitamin E 72.8 mg
- Blackcurrant extract 72.0 mg
Made in Japan
List Price: $170
Please call +65 9652 6095 for monthly promotion
Super Lutein Mirtoplus - Enhanced Version of Super Lutein
Super Lutein Mirtoplus (120 capsules per bottle)
Contents: 552g (460mg×120 capsules)
Recommended Daily Intake: 4 capsules
Consumption Method: 4 capsules a day, with cool or warm water
- Refined fish oil (containing DHA)
- wheat germ oil
- vitamin E extract
- bilberry extract
- cassis extract
- pine bark extract
- marigold extracts (containing lutein and zeaxanthin)
- tomato lycopene
- palm oil carotene
- gardenia yellow
- vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12
Nutritional values for 4 capsules (1.84g)
- Calories 12.1kcal
- Protein 0.47g
- Fat 1.00g
- Carbohydrate 0.30g
- Sodium 0～3.0mg
- α-carotene 840μg
- β-carotene 2020μg
- Vitamin E 72.8mg
- Condensed cassis extract 72.0mg
- Bilberry extract 80.0mg
- Pine bark extract 40.0mg
- Lutein 18.0mg
- Zeaxanthin 1.50mg
- Gardenia yellow 3.0mg
- Lycopene 2.16mg
- DHA 73.0mg
Made in Japan
List Price: $250
Please call +65 9652 6095 for monthly promotion.