- Helps Protect the Cardiovascular and
Nervous Systems from Free Radical Damage
- May Help Improve Function of the Eyes
- Enhances Liver Function
- Helps Cleanse Damaging Toxins from the Liver
As we age, many factors affect our vision, including unstable free radicals.
Seeking to stabilize themselves, free radicals steal electrons from our cells,
damaging them. Antioxidants can donate electrons to free radicals, protecting
our cells. Vision provides antioxidant nourishment for the eyes and body.
How Vision Works
Antioxidants have certain affinities for specific tissues, and they require
specific vitamins, minerals and other compounds as their counterparts.
For example, vitamin C makes the polyphenols in grape seed extract work
more efficiently, requiring much lower levels than when polyphenols are
isolated or concentrated out of the proper ratio with their counterparts.
Vision supplies a variety of antioxidants and their counterparts in their
naturally occurring ratios, including vitamins A, C and E.
Nutritional Immunology Formulation
Many popular antioxidant supplements and enhanced foods tout the ORAC
(Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value of their products, which
measures the total antioxidant activity of a substance. Although ORAC
provides an idea of the potential of a product, it tells nothing about the
variety of antioxidants available or how the body uses them. Rather than
focusing on a certain ORAC value, Vision uses a water-soluble grape seed
extract to provide just the right balance of vitamins, polyphenols and other
naturally occurring antioxidant compounds. Studies show that a broad
spectrum of antioxidants is safer and more effective for maintaining long
term health than a single antioxidant with a much higher ORAC value.