What Supplements Promote Healthy Vision?

Eye Anatomy 101: Understanding the Structure of the Eye 
Your eyes are complex structures, so much more than just “eyeballs”. The eyes sit in orbital sockets, and are attached to six muscles that help the eyes rotate. These muscles are attached to the white part of the eye, which is called the sclera - a strong layer of tissue that covers most of the eye. Within the orbital sockets as well are the lacrimal gland, the glands that produce tears to lubricate your eyes. 
As far as the eyeball itself, the surface and interior are comprised of multiple parts. The parts of the eye work together to help you see, each individual structure playing a key role in the focusing of light into images.

Isotonix Vision formula contains 14 of the essential vitamins and minerals that are known to contribute to overall healthy vision.* 
Vitamins. Vitamin A is important to the growth and repair of the body’s tissues, and it supports the body’s antioxidant defense. It also supports night vision. Thebenefits of vitamin C, which is also found in our Vision Formula, include antioxidant protection as well. Then there is vitamin E33, also an antioxidant, which is important to the protection of cell membranes from free radicals.* 
Lutein & Zeaxanthin. Lutein and Zeaxanthin are carotenoid pigments that are found in many fruits and vegetables, particularly those that are red, orange, and yellow in color. Within the eyes, these pigments are found in the macula and retina. Lutein and Zeaxanthin also help to promote cellular health in the eye and build macular pigment density, which is important to eye health as it relates to the clarity of the lens. They can also act as filters of blue light to protect the photoreceptor cells of the retina from light damage.*  
Quercetin. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid, which is another compound found in fruits that works with vitamin C to support the health of the blood vessels in the eye. It also helps maintain lens transparency, and promotes eye health by inhibiting a certain enzyme within the body that may contribute to poor eye health.* 
Bilberry Extract. Bilberry extract, derived from a berry that is closely related to the blueberry, contains pigments called anthocyanins, which act as antioxidants and may have a positive effect on vision. Bilberry extract supports night vision, eases eyestrain, and nourishes eye tissue. It also supports healthy circulation in the eye and promotes healthy circulation to small capillaries that deliver oxygen and nutrients to the eyes.*

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Sources: 
Boyd, Kierstan, and Robert H Janigian JR, MD. “Parts of the Eye.” American Academy of Ophthalmology. 20 Dec. 2016. Web. 07 Jan. 2017, https://www.aao.org/eye-health/anatomy/parts-of-eye.
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