What is Vision Revival?
VISION REVIVAL combines the potent effects of the world’s finest vision health ingredients which include 2018 NutrAward Best Functional Ingredient Awardee - Lutemax 2020 beadiet, American National Eye Institute landmark Age-Related Eye Disease Study’s (AREDS) prescribed eye disease support formulation and the proven effects of natural vision health ingredients.
VISION REVIVAL contains Lutemax 2020 beadiet Lutein and Zeaxanthin, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc, Copper, Bilberry Extract, Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis), L-Taurine, Grape Seed Extract, Lycopene, Methylcobalamin, N-acetyl Cysterine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Selenium (Amino acid chelate), Selenium (Amino acid chelate), Quercetin Dihydrate, Rutin and Chromium (Picolinate).
VISION REVIVAL is specially formulated to provide comprehensive vision health support in one pill.
- Why Vision Revival?
- VISION Revival ingredients’ support on vision health is backed by science.
- VISION Revival support on night vision
- VISION Revival’s ingredients’ support sleep quality, mental acuity and neuroprotection are backed by science.
- VISION Revival has natural Ingredients and is certified safe and effective
- VISION Revival is convenient and cost effective.
- How does Vision Revival Work?
- Role of Lutein and the zeaxanthin in powerful antioxidants
- Role of Vision Revival’s ingredients as a powerful antioxidant
- Product Benefits
- Suitable For
- Recommended Dosage
- Related Scientific Studies
VISION Revival ingredients’ support on vision health is backed by science.
Support on reduction of eye fatigue and poor sleep quality due to blue light exposure
Today’s Digital Lifestyle presents a growing concern on the effect of blue light emitted from digital devices. Blue light makes up of some of the highest energy light which can damage the eye’s macula which could lead to eye strain and headaches in the short term, and possibly gradual loss of visual function in the long run. OmniActive conducted the B.L.U.E. (Blue Light User Exposure) study to examine the effects of supplementation with Lutemax 2020 to support visual performance during prolonged screen time.
Lutemax 2020 beadiet contains all three macular carotenoids— lutein, RR-zeaxanthin and RS [meso]-zeaxanthin1. Lutemax 2020 beadiet was recently proven in a 6-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial called B.L.U.E. (Blue Light User Exposure) that supplementation with Lutemax 2020 beadiet have beneficial effects on reducing side effects of prolonged screen time, including eye strain and fatigue as well as improve sleep quality, vision health and performance2.
Bilberry a powerful natural antioxidant has been clinically studied and demonstrated to lessen the symptoms of eye fatigue, Video Display Terminal load-induced ocular fatigue sensation, ocular pain, eye heaviness, uncomfortable sensation, and foreign body sensation3.
Support on reduction of the risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), cataracts and glaucoma
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of severe vision loss in adults over age 50. This eye disease occurs when there are changes to the macula, a small portion of the retina that is located on the inside back layer of the eye4.
Cataract formation - The deficiency of glutathione levels contributes to the formation of cataract. Nutrients to increase glutathione levels and activity include lipoic acid, vitamins E and C, and selenium. Cataract patients also tend to be deficient in vitamin A and the carotenes, lutein and zeaxanthin. Other nutrients and botanicals, which may benefit cataract patients or help prevent cataracts, include pantetheine, folic acid, melatonin, and bilberry.
American National Eye Institute conducted the landmark Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) a large randomized clinical trial, and found that participants at high risk of developing advanced AMD (i.e., those with intermediate AMD or those with advanced AMD in one eye) reduced their risk of developing advanced AMD by 25% by taking a daily supplement containing vitamin E (400 IU dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate), beta-carotene (15 mg), vitamin C (500 mg), zinc (80 mg), and copper (2 mg) compared to participants taking a placebo over 5 years5. A follow-up AREDS2 study confirmed the value of this in reducing the progression of AMD over a median follow-up period of 5 years. In AREDS2, formulation changes include lutein + zeaxanthin and omega-3 fatty acids and replacement of beta-carotene6.
Bilberry contains anthocyanoside which are powerful antioxidants contains flavonoids which helps improve blood flow and that help support eye function7. Bilberry may help prevent diabetes- and hypertension-related blood vessel damage known to impair the retina (a nerve layer involved in sensing light). The antioxidants in bilberry are also thought to strengthen the walls of blood vessels, as well as curb inflammation8.
Lycopene, a naturally occurring red carotenoid pigment, was discovered by the Department of Pharmacology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences to have the ability to prevent or delay cataracts in a large majority of cases9.
Lycopene which has both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties was also studied and demonstrated in a study out of Taiwan published in Life Sciences to slow down or stopped reactions within the cells of the eye that lead to macular degeneration10.
Alpha-lipoic acid an organic compound found in all human cells has been studied and demonstrated to ease symptoms of nerve damage and lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy (eye damage) that can occur with poorly controlled diabetes11.
Grape seed extract contains the antioxidant compound oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC), which has been studied to protect the eye from complication related to diabetes vision problems and in preventing macular degeneration12. Grape seed extract has also been studied and demonstrated to attenuate the process and finally cause slowing or inhibition of cataract formation13.
Rutin is a plant-based bioflavonoid found in a number of citrus fruits has been studied and demonstrated to hamper the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE) protein which is the primary cause of cataracts14.
L-Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid is necessary for the chemical reactions to produce normal vision. It is also studied and demonstrated to protect ocular tissue from oxidative stress and prevent and possibly reverse age-related cataracts15.
N-acetyl Cysterine (NAC), an amino acid is a precursor to glutathione which functions to protect the structural proteins and enzymes necessary for the maintenance of lens flexibility and clarity in the eye16-17.
Selenium (Amino acid chelate), an essential trace mineral, is a component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase which is important in slowing the progression of AMD and other eye disorders including cataracts and glaucoma18.
Quercetin Dihydrate is a plant pigment (flavonoid) studied and demonstrated to have protective effect on retinal cells. Retinal cells found at the back of the eyes act as light receptors and play an important role in setting the color, resolution, and brightness of your vision19-20.
Chromium is an essential mineral that help regulates intraocular eye pressure and prevent glaucoma21.
Methylcobalamin is a naturally occurring type of vitamin B12. A study has indicated the daily supplementation of Methylcobalamin may reduce the risk of AMD22.
A study on Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Vitamin E was associated with a significantly decreased risk of cataract formation23.
VISION Revival support on night vision
Zinc has a clinical study that may support better night vision by potentiating the effects of Vitamin A24.
VISION Revival’s ingredients’ support sleep quality, mental acuity and neuroprotection are backed by science.
Lutemax 2020 beadiet was studied and demonstrated to significantly improve sleep quality in study called B.L.U.E. (Blue Light User Exposure)2.
Support on treatment of conjunctivitis and eye strain
Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) has been studied and demonstrated to support the treatment of conjunctivitis and internal eye conditions25.
VISION Revival has natural Ingredients and is certified safe and effective
Lutemax 2020 is a naturally-derived ingredient from marigold flowers best known for providing all three macular carotenoids—lutein and both zeaxanthin isomers (RR-zeaxanthin and RS [meso]-zeaxanthin1. Lutein and zeaxanthin are important nutrients found in green leafy vegetables, as well as other foods, such as eggs26.
Lutemax 2020 is FDA‐acknowledged GRAS notification and Non-GMO and certified.
Bilberry Extract is naturally sourced plant extract.
Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate is a trace element found naturally in food and seafoods that went through chelation process to improve absorption.
Lycopene is a naturally occurring red carotenoid pigment found in tomatoes, pink grapefruit, watermelon, and other fruits.
Alpha-lipoic acid is an organic compound found in all human cells.
Vitamin E is found naturally in some foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement.
Grape seed extract is derived from the ground-up seeds of red wine grapes.
Rutin is a plant-based bioflavonoid found in a number of citrus fruits.
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid
N-Acetyl-Cysteine NAC is an amino acid which is the building blocks for protein in the body.
Copper Bisglycinate Chelate is an essential trace element which was chelated for better absorption.
Selenium (Amino acid chelate) is an essential nutrient converted for human consumption.
Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid). It is found in many plants and foods, such as red wine, onions, green tea, apples, berries, Ginkgo biloba, St. John's wort, American elder, and others.
Chromium (Picolinate) is found naturally in vegetables and fruits.
Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin is abundant in fruits and vegetables.
Methylcobalamin is a water-soluble vitamin in naturally occurring form and is better absorbed.
Zinc is a trace element found naturally in foods and even seafoods.
Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis) comes from a wild plant native to Europe. Long used in herbal medicine. Eyebright contains compounds called tannins, which appear to possess anti-inflammatory properties.
VISION Revival is convenient and cost effective.
VISION Revival combines potent ingredients plus supporting nutrients which could be taken in one capsule. VISION Revival may provide synergistic effects on vision health and overall physical health.
Role of Lutein and the zeaxanthin in powerful antioxidants
Lutein and the zeaxanthin are found in high concentration in the macula—a region of the eye that provides the highest visual acuity and is also exposed to high levels of blue light. As potent antioxidants and filters of blue light, lutein and the zeaxanthin play a critical role in preserving visual function, especially as exposure to blue light from a variety of sources has steadily increased1. Lutein and zeaxanthin isomers from Lutemax 2020 were shown to down regulate the genes involved in causing endoplasmic reticulum stress, and thereby protect the sensitive photoreceptors when exposed to blue light2.
Note that the amount of lutein and zeaxanthin in the macular region of the retina is measured as macular pigment optical density (MPOD). Recently, MPOD has become a useful biomarker for predicting disease and visual function4.
Lutein and zeaxanthin act as antioxidants nutrients which neutralizes free radicals (unstable molecules) that are associated with oxidative stress and retinal damage. This is why the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin likely play a role in preventing cataracts28.
Role of Vision Revival’s ingredients as a powerful antioxidant
Bilberry contains naturally producing chemicals known as anthocyanosides. Anthocyanosides are plant pigments that have powerful antioxidant properties which in turn maintain glutathione levels as antioxidant defense system within the lens of the eye. This anthocyanoside extract helps improve blood flow and contains flavonoids that help support eye function. The antioxidants in bilberry are also thought to strengthen the walls of blood vessels, as well as curb inflammation7-8.
Lipoic acid, vitamins E and C, and selenium act as nutrients to increase glutathione levels and antioxidant defense system within the lens of the eye.
Eyebright contains compounds called tannins, which appear to possess anti-inflammatory properties25.
Lycopene is a phytonutrient which are antioxidants found in plants. These act as defense against free radicals to run free within the plant, it creates various types of phytonutrients to protect eyes from oxidative stress that causes common eye diseases9-10.
Alpha-lipoic acid is an organic compound found in the body which acts to turn nutrients to energy and helps prevent cell damage in the body11.
Grape seed extract, as a bioflavonoid, is a potent antioxidant. Plant-derived bioflavonoids appear to protect retinal ganglion cells. Grape seeds are rich in natural plant compounds called oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPCs)12-13.
Rutin is a plant-based bioflavonoid that has been studied and demonstrated to hamper the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE) and preventing cataracts to appear. Rutin may also inhibit aldolase reductase activity which helps convert glucose into sugar alcohol known as sorbitol. When excessive sorbitol is trapped in the eye and nerve cells it can damage the eye. Thus, the fact that Rutin prevents the intracellular accumulation of sorbitol is therapeutic to the eye14.
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid protects against free radicals, and acts an ocular cleaner, helping the macrophages in the retina eliminate debris from the photoreceptor cells. Taurine is necessary for the chemical reactions that produce normal vision, and deficiencies are associated with retinal degeneration. Besides protecting the retina, taurine may help prevent and possibly reverse age-related cataracts. In addition, taurine counterbalances excessive levels of glutamate and excitatory neurotransmitters and protects ocular tissue against oxidative stress and ischemia15.
N-Acetyl-Cysteine NAC is an amino acid which helps replenish glutathione, The concentration of glutathione in the lens of the eye is higher than in most other tissues. It functions to protect the structural proteins and enzymes necessary for the maintenance of lens flexibility and clarity against free radical assault. Aging lenses or lenses that are under oxidative stress lose glutathione, and this shrinkage of the glutathione pool has been found to lead directly to reactions that cause crosslinking of proteins and lens opacification16-17.
Iron, zinc, copper, and selenium are essential trace elements that play key roles in retinal physiology. Copper is necessary for the synthesis of melanin, a storage protein for iron, zinc, and copper in Retinal Pigment Epithelium and melanocytes 5-6.
Selenium, an essential trace mineral, is a component of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase, important in slowing the progression of AMD and other eye disorders including cataracts and glaucoma18.
Quercetin is a powerful flavonoid found to have regulate inflammation, cellular metabolism, and extracellular matrix deposition. As a potent antioxidant, quercetin has the ability to protect the retinal cells19-20.
Chromium is a mineral which acts to regulates intraocular eye pressure. A little pressure is good, but too much can lead to vision conditions such as glaucoma.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, including collagen found in the cornea of the eye. Long-term vitamin C consumption may help reduce cataract risk and vision loss from macular degeneration. Vitamin C is used in the treatment and prevention of glaucoma as it helps maintain collagen eye tissue28.
Methylcobalamin a type of vitamin B12 plays a key role in the functioning of the brain and nerves, as well as in the formation of red blood cells. In addition, the body uses vitamin B12 in energy production and regulation, among other metabolic roles22.
Support on Digital Lifestyle exposure to Blue Light
Reduction of eye fatigue and poor sleep quality due to blue light exposure
Improves sleep quality, mental acuity and neuroprotection are backed by science.
Support on Vision Health and Age-Related Eye Disease
Reduction of the risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Reduce risk of developing cataracts and glaucoma
Support on improving night vision
Treatment of conjunctivitis and inflammation-related eye disorders
Prevents Oxidative stress (OS) and endoplasmic reticulum stress (ERS)
Protects against eye cellular damage
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Lutemax 2020 beadiet contains all three macular carotenoids— lutein, RR-zeaxanthin and RS [meso]-zeaxanthin1. Lutemax 2020 beadiet was recently proven in a 6-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial called B.L.U.E. (Blue Light User Exposure) that supplementation with Lutemax 2020 beadiet has beneficial effects on reducing side effects of prolonged screen time, including eye strain and fatigue as well as improve sleep quality, vision health and performance.
Lycopene a naturally occurring red carotenoid pigment has been studied and demonstrated to have the ability to prevent or delay cataracts.
Bilberry Extract contains anthocyanoside which are powerful antioxidants which contains flavonoids helps improve blood flow that help support eye function.
Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate has a clinical study that may support better night vision by potentiating the effects of Vitamin A.
Alpha Lipoic Acid an organic compound proven to ease symptoms of nerve damage and lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy (eye damage) that can occur with poorly controlled diabetes.
Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis) a wild plant which has been studied and demonstrated to support the treatment of conjunctivitis and internal eye conditions.
Grape seed extract contains the antioxidant compound which has been studied to protect the eye from complication related to diabetes vision problems and in preventing macular degeneration.
Rutin is a plant-based bioflavonoid which has been studied and demonstrated to delay the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE) protein which is the primary cause of cataracts.
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid necessary for the chemical reactions that produce normal vision and help prevent and possibly reverse age-related cataracts.
N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) an amino acid which helps replenish glutathione in the lens of the eye which functions to protect the structural proteins and enzymes necessary for the maintenance of lens flexibility and clarity against free radical assault.
Selenium is an essential trace mineral which is important in slowing the progression of AMD and other eye disorders including cataracts and glaucoma.
Quercetin is a potent antioxidant which has the ability to protect the retinal cells
Chromium is a mineral which acts to regulates intraocular eye pressure.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, including collagen found in the cornea of the eye.
Vitamin E may help reduce the worsening of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) among people who show early signs of the eye disease.
Methylcobalamin a type of vitamin B12 plays a key role in the functioning of the brain and nerves, as well as in the formation of red blood cells.
Iron, zinc, copper, and selenium are essential trace elements that play key roles in retinal physiology.
Copper is necessary for the synthesis of melanin, a storage protein for iron, zinc, and copper in Retinal Pigment Epithelium and melanocytes.
- People with eye fatigue, dry eyes, bloodshot eyes and dark circles problem
- People with needs support on existing eye problems such as nearsightedness and farsightedness
- People who regularly exposed to digital gadgets such as computers, smart phones and TV
- People who regularly wear contact lenses
- People with blurred vision
- People with aging eyes and different eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma
- People who are at risk in developing eye concerns due to diabetes
- People who had eye surgery
- People who drives professionally especially at night time
- 3 capsules per day to be taken together with food.
- 90 capsules per bottle, providing consumption for 30 days
Keep out of the reach of children. This product is for adult use only. When taking any dietary supplement, please consult a doctor or a qualified healthcare professional, before using. It is not intended for use by children, pregnant women, or nursing mothers.
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