Your eyes are constantly subjected to the cell-damaging effects of free radicals and poor nutrition. Whether you are concerned about ultraviolet radiation from the sun or simply the normal visual decline associated with aging, the TOZAL® components have been proven to neutralize free radicals, and may help preserve visual and macular health.*
- The only product based on the TOZAL® Study formulation
- Clinically proven to help maintain normal macular function*
- Clinically proven to help improve visual acuity*
- Comprehensive nutritional eye support*
TOZAL® Eye Health Formula features a unique, patented blend of micronutrients based on the landmark TOZAL® Study. Lutein and zeaxanthin, along with taurine and other antioxidants help protect against free radicals such as those caused by the sun’s radiation, while the omega-3 fatty acids in Omega Max provide the right nutritive lipid balance to the retina and other parts of the body.
Lutein & Zeaxanthin are carotenoids mainly found in the macula of the eye. Studies suggest they promote visual health.*
Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA & DHA) are vital components of the cell membranes in the retina and optic nerve.*
Antocyanosides have long been studied as the main antioxidant component in grapes and berries, as well as other botanicals such as pine bark.*
Contraindications & Precautions
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Individuals with a medical condition should consult with their physician.
Directions For Use
Take two (2) tablets of Antioxidant Plus and one (1) softgel of Omega Max daily, or as recommended by a physician.
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