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Vitamin A (as Beta-Carotene) - Certain cells, such as B cells and T cells, that play key roles in the immune response, are made possible by vitamin A. Deficiencies in this nutrient lead to increased levels of pro-inflammatory molecules, which decrease immune system function and response. Your eyesight depends on vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential to converting light into an electrical signal that can be transmitted to the brain. (1)(2)

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic acid) - In addition to strengthening your body's natural defenses, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant. Both people with high blood pressure and those without may benefit from vitamin C. Studies have linked vitamin C to a reduced risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. Vitamin C supplements, however, have no effect or may even cause harm. (3)(4)(5)

Calcium (as Calcium carbonate) - Calcium helps your body circulate blood, move muscles, and release hormones. Messages between your brain and other parts of your body are also carried by calcium. (6)

Vitamin E (DL-alpha tocopherol acetate) – Vitamin E, though often thought to be a single compound, is actually a group of eight fat-soluble antioxidant compounds.  There are eight chemical forms of tocopherol, but alpha-tocopherol is the most suitable for human consumption. (7)

Studies have shown that supplementing with high doses of vitamin E can reduce markers of oxidative stress and boost antioxidant defenses in some populations. Your risk of developing heart disease may increase if you have high blood pressure and high levels of blood lipids, such as LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides. Vitamin E supplements may help some people reduce heart disease risk factors such as these, according to promising research. Compared with placebo treatments, vitamin E supplements significantly reduced systolic but not diastolic blood pressure this being the top and bottom numbers of blood pressure readings. (8)(9)

Vitamin B1 (a Thiamine Mononitrate) - Your body needs thiamine to grow, develop, and function properly, as well as to convert food into energy. A deficiency of thiamine can affect your eye's optic nerve due to its role in maintaining healthy nerves. This can cause swelling of the optic nerve, resulting in blurred vision. Optic nerve damage can eventually lead to vision loss if left untreated. (10)(11)

Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin) - Proteins, fats, and carbohydrates are broken down by vitamin B2. The body needs it to maintain its energy supply. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is synthesized from carbohydrates by riboflavin. Energy is produced by the body when ATP is produced from food. Muscles store energy in the form of ATP. Additionally, it maintains the health of the eyes, nerves, muscles, and skin. (12)

Vitamin B3 (as Niacin) - Niacin aids enzymes in converting food into energy, as with all B vitamins. In particular, niacin contributes significantly to the metabolism of NAD and NADP. (13)

Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) Vitamin B12 is used by the body in many different ways. Besides supporting nerve cell function, it also contributes to the formation of red blood cells and DNA. The central vision is primarily affected by macular degeneration. Vitamin B12 may reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration by maintaining adequate levels. (14)

Homocysteine is an amino acid found in your bloodstream, and supplementing with vitamin B12 may lower it. A higher level of homocysteine has been linked to an increased risk of age-related macular degeneration. (15)

Biotin - One of the B complex vitamins, biotin helps the body convert food into energy. Biotin comes from the Greek word biotos, which means life or sustenance. B vitamins, specific biotin, are essential for healthy skin, hair, eyes, liver, and nervous system. The growth of the embryo also depends on biotin, a crucial nutrient during pregnancy. (16)

Magnesium (as Magnesium oxide) - Magnesium is found in every cell of your body. This mineral is essential to every cell in your body. As a result of magnesium's role in converting food into energy, and creating new proteins from amino acids, new proteins are created. Additionally, it helps repair DNA and RNA, regulates neurotransmitters in the body, and aids in muscle contraction and relaxation. (17)

Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) - In addition to supporting metabolism, digestion, nerve function, and many other processes, zinc aids in the production of over 300 enzymes. Since it is essential for immune cell function and cell signaling, it can weaken immune responses. Certain immune cells are stimulated and oxidative stress is reduced by zinc supplements. (18)(19)

Selenium (as Selenium AAC) - By controlling the number of free radicals, antioxidants like selenium help reduce oxidative stress.  Due to a link between low selenium levels and heart disease, a diet rich in selenium may help keep your heart healthy. The health of your immune system depends on selenium. Inflammation and immunity are enhanced by this antioxidant because it lowers oxidative stress in the body. (20)(21)(22)

Copper (as Copper gluconate) - Long-term copper deficiency can cause vision loss. In order for the nervous system to function properly, copper is needed by many enzymes. Copper deficiency can lead to problems with the nervous system, including vision loss. (23)

Chromium (as Chromium picolinate) - The hormone insulin signals the body to bring blood sugar into cells in healthy people. Diabetes affects the body's normal response to insulin. People with diabetes can improve their blood sugar levels by taking chromium supplements. Chromium helps maintain balanced intraocular pressure in the eyes by maintaining a healthy level in the body. (24)(25)

Lutein/ Zeaxanthin - The antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin protect your body from free radicals, which are unstable molecules. Lutein and zeaxanthin are the only dietary carotenoids that accumulate in the retina, particularly the macula region, which is located at the back of your eye. Lutein and zeaxanthin consumption may prevent AMD progression to blindness. Cataracts are cloudy patches on the front of the eye. You may be able to slow their formation by eating foods rich in lutein and zeaxanthin. A study in animals showed that supplementing with lutein and zeaxanthin reduced oxidative stress markers that damage the eyes. (26)(27) (28) (29) (30)

Bilberry Extract (Vaccinium myrtillus) (fruit) - Bilberries are most widely known for their purported ability to improve vision, especially night vision. The effects of these berries on night vision have been studied in a few small studies, but no strong evidence supports this claim. (31)

A 2-year study in people with glaucoma found that taking 120 mg of bilberry anthocyanins daily improved visual function by around 30%, whereas the placebo group saw worsening. Supplementing with 160–480 mg of powdered bilberry extract daily may reduce eye dryness and other symptoms of eye fatigue associated with working with video display terminals. (32)(33)

Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) - Alpha-lipoic acid is both fat- and water-soluble, it works in every cell and tissue in the body. Most other antioxidants, however, are either fat- or water-soluble. (34)

More than 400 million adults worldwide suffer from diabetes. Blood sugar levels are a key feature of uncontrolled diabetes. Without treatment, this can lead to vision loss, heart disease, and kidney failure. In both animals and humans, alpha-lipoic acid has been proven to reduce blood sugar levels, making it a potential diabetes treatment. (35)(36)

Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) (herb) - Eyebright is commonly used to treat eye problems in animals and humans.  Despite limited research, eye health is one of the few uses of the herb that have been studied. An eyebright extract controlled inflammation in human cornea cells in a test-tube study. You have a clear tissue covering the colored part of your eye called the cornea. (37)(38)

Quercetin (Sophora japonica) (bud) - Inflammation may be reduced by quercetin, according to studies. In human and animal studies, the compound has been shown to reduce fasting blood sugar levels and protect against diabetic complications. Blood pressure levels may be reduced by quercetin, according to research. The compound appeared to relax blood vessels in test-tube studies. (39)(40)(41)

Rutin (Sophorae japonica L) (flower) - The antioxidant properties of rutin are powerful. Your body can also produce collagen and use vitamin C when you consume rutin. Foods containing rutin can be added to your diet, or you can take supplements containing it. Multiple benefits may be associated with rutin for the eyes and vision. In the gastrointestinal tract, rutin is converted into quercetin, which has powerful anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. (42

Blood vessel walls are strengthened and blood flow is regulated by rutin. Maintaining clear, sharp vision depends on blood flow to the retina. In addition to protecting against diabetic retinopathy, rutin may also help prevent blood vessel disease in the eye.  The retina is damaged by weak, leaking blood vessels in diabetic retinopathy. It can cause permanent vision loss if not treated properly. There is evidence that rutin strengthens the walls of blood vessels. (43)

L-Taurine - Among the many functions taurine plays in your body are maintaining proper hydration and electrolyte balance, forming bile salts, which aid in digestion, regulating minerals such as calcium within your cells, and supporting the general function of your brain and eyes. (44)(45)

Due to taurine's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, type 2 diabetes may be reduced or blood sugar management may be improved in those with the disease. (46)

Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinifera L. (seed) - The effects of grape seed extract on high blood pressure have been studied in several studies. The results of 16 studies involving 810 people with high blood pressure or a high risk of it showed a significant reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure (the top and bottom numbers) by an average of 6.08 mmHg and 2.8 mmHg when grape seed extract was taken daily. The greatest improvements were observed in those under 50 with obesity or metabolic disorders. (47)

Lycopene - Lycopene belongs to the carotenoid family of antioxidants. The antioxidant properties of lycopene may prevent seizures and memory loss associated with age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer's. Cataracts and macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in older people, may be prevented or delayed by lycopene. (48)(49)