Lutein (Marigold Flower)


LUTEIN is found in marigold flower petals from Switzerland. It exists in ‘esterified’ form and is commonly known as lutein ester. Lutein ester is derived from marigold flowers, which is a rich, safe and natural source of lutein. Lutein is an antioxidant that plays an important role in protecting our eyes, body and skin health. It contains xanthophyll, which is a type of carotenoid found in concentrated form in dark-green, leafy vegetables and in marigold flowers. According to Medical Research lutein is a powerful antioxidant that gives food a red, orange or yellow colour. The carotenoid is a pigmented phytonutrient that assists the human body to recover from damage caused by free radicals and contributes to prevention of cancer. Lutein also protects the eyes from damage caused by the sun’s UV rays as well as harmful blue lights from computer, T.V screens, smartphones and tablets. Many medical studies have shown that lutein reduces inflammation and redness in the skin and may even prevent skin cancer. Most researchers worldwide have concluded that diets very rich in carotenoid play a major role in preventing a variety of ailments in eyes, skin, blood, liver, lung, heart, stomach, kidney, brain, uterine/womb, head, and cancer. Lutein cannot be produced by the body. The only way to take advantage of lutein’s powerful antioxidant benefits is by consuming water soluble products such as Cellglò Crystal Eyes.. Lutein is cannot self-produced by body. The only way to take advantage of lutein’s powerful antioxidant benefits is by consuming water soluble Cellglò Crystal Eyes.

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Lutein from Switzerland are accepted and recognized worldwide Scientists, Professors, Doctors, Researchers and Bio-chemists as one of the most important vitamin for our eyes. Lutein is the only carotenoid found in the lens. Many clinical studies evidence appears to support and beneficial role for lutein in eye health.

Hereby are some of the eye symptoms that can be recover and can be prevent by prolong consuming Lutein.

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The 11 most common Eye Problems

1 Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Symptoms:

The eye macular degeneration is usually distortion of straight lines. This may progress to a gradual loss of central vision. This may also cause dark and blurry images. People with poor macular health can cause oxidative stress within the retina, leading to a total loss of center vision.

2 Dryness Symptom:

A very common condition that is characterized by a disturbance of the tear film in our eye. This may cause the eye feeling uneasy all the time.

3 Cataracts Symptoms:

A cataracts is a clouding of the lens of the eye that can impair vision. More than half of the population in the world age 65 years old and above have cataracts.

4 Floaters Symptoms:

Floaters are small moving spots that appear in your field of vision. They may be noticeable when you look at something bright, such as white paper or blue sky.

5 Glaucoma Symptoms:

Open angle glaucoma is often called “the sneak thief of sight” because it has no symptoms until the significant vision loss has occurred. It develop slowly and sometimes without noticeable sight loss for many years.

6 Astigmatism Symptoms:

The most common symptom is blurred or double vision from our eye. Its also inability to see both near and distant without squinting and difficulty focusing or printed word and lines.

7 Lazy Eyes (Amblyopia) Symptoms:

Is a condition in children when vision does not develop in the eye. If its left untreated, the child vision will never develop correctly in the eye.

8 Shortsightedness (Myopia) Symptoms:

Having difficulties reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly, but will be able to see well for close-up tasks such as reading and computer use.

9 Presbyopia Symptoms:

Its occurrence where vision become blurred, making it hard to focus. It is very common with age. With the loss of flexibility, your eyes are less able to adjust properly to focus near objects.

10 Detached or Torn Retina Symptoms:

This is cause by a tear or hole in the retina. Having sudden decrease of your vision and seeing a gray curtain moving across your field of vision.

11 Night Blindness Symptoms:

Having difficulty seeing in the dark or in low light is one of the most common issues with night blindness, those who suffer night blindness will have difficulties to driving in the evening or at night.