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How well are you taking care of your Eyes?
The cornea and lens of the eye focus light like a camera lens to form an image on the retina at the back of the eye.The retina detects light and tells the brain about aspects of light that are related to objects in the world. The macula is the anatomical region of the retina that is responsible for central vision.Free radicals are unstable chemicals formed in the body furing metabolism and from exposure to environmental sources. Lights may also generate free-radical oxidizing agents by photochemical reactions with other compounds in the eye. The oxidized byproducts from interations between the retina and oxidative agents may accumulate in the retinal pigment epithelium.
Toxins in the Eye: Drusen and Lipofuscin
In addition, there are other types of cellular debris within the retina, called drusen and lipofuscin. Lipofuscin is the indigestible fluorescent metabolic product of lipid oxidation resulting from the lifelong shedding of photo-receptor end segment.
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- Briteyes includes ingredients that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
- Briteyes strengthens the structural integrity of blood vessels, promotes healthy Circulation, and helps to prevent free radical damage to the delicateStructures within the eye.
- Briteyes may also help your night vision adaptation to the dark, and promote Visual acuity.
A natural dietary supplement that protects the structural integrity of your eyes. Effectively “cleans” your eyes, reducing harmful molecules that mayabnormally accumulate in your eyes such as drusen, liposuctions, and other free radicals, thus, enhancing the quality of
Harmful and Toxic Cellular debris such as free radicals,drusen and lipofuscin may accumulate to abnormal and dangerous levels due to environmental factors, genetic factors, smoking, alcohol intake, and stress, and poor overall health of the eye.