What are they? Omega-3's are essential fatty acids. They cannot be created by our bodies; we must get them from food. They are essential for normal brain development, communication and vision. In recent years, they have been in the spotlight because of their apparent positive protective roles in arthritis, hypertension, cancer and heart disease.
As the Baby Boomer generation enters the years when heart disease becomes more prevalent and joint pain begins to require more attention: They look to prevention. With strong evidence, considering OneLifeUSA’s Advanced Pros Plus formula as part of your daily supplement routine may be a great idea.
Remember your mother telling you to eat your carrots because they were good for your eyes? Turns our modern day science has confirmed what your mother knew along. Carrots have a special ingredient in them, called lutein, which has been proven to help protect your vision.
One Life shares the latest scientific studies and suggestions from leading experts in eye care to help you learn about the most common threats to your vision and what you should be doing to help insure you see clearly into the future.
Results of a double-blind study were recently published in the journal, Nutrition, show people with age-related cataracts who took 6mg of lutein and 45 mg of vitamin E per day, had "significant improvements in visual acuity approximately 63%- and glare sensitivity also improved.