“Don’t Turn a Blind Eye to Macular Degeneration.”
As we get older, the macula, the part of the eye responsible for our central vision, allowing us to see fine detail clearly can become damaged. The macula is crucial for activities such as reading or driving. (AMD)
Macu-SAVE is a food supplement clinically proven to rapidly enhance the health of the macular pigment – as seen on the BBC programme “Trust Me I’m A Doctor“.
The macular pigment is a protective yellow filter, made up to three macular carotenoids Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Meso-Zeaxanthin. The macular pigment absorbs the harmful blue light, present all around us in sunlight, car headlights and computer screens.
The macular pigment is also protecting the delicate light cells inside the macula from oxidative damage. Light induced damage caused by free radicals and blue light are thought to be two major contributing factors to the development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Each capsule of Macu-SAVE taken every day contains the same amount of…
- Meso-Zeaxanthin- equivalent to 10,000g Trout organs
- Lutein- equivalent to 126g Spinach
- Zeaxanthin- equivalent to 400g Tangerine
These key ingredients are all entirely derived from our diets and cannot be produced by the body.
The macular pigment can be severely affected in cases of a poor diet or in people over the age of 50 who may struggle to absorb nutrients as efficiently and especially in smokers.
Macu-SAVE supplement for AMD at John Rose Eye Care – £30 for a three months supply (90 capsules) – representing a great value for money when compared to other similar products.