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Dr. Grossman's Meso Plus Formula with Astaxanthin - 90 vcaps

Meso-zeaxanthin, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Meso-Zeaxanthin. Taurine, Astaxanthin and much more for overall retinal support and eye strain related concerns.
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Doctor formulated vegetarian formula with lutein, zeaxanthin, astaxanthin, meso-zeaxanthin, fucoxanthin and much more now in a vegetarian capsule (vegan friendly)

A number of studies (see below) confirm that supplementing with this combination of carotenoids reduces the risk of onset of macular degeneration.

There are also several visual performance advantages, including increased visual processing speed, contrast sensitivity, and enhancement of many parameters of visual performance in bright light environments.

  • Contains all carotenoids for macular health: lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin
  • Designed to reduce the risk and progression of Macular Degeneration
  • Research-proven results and endorsed by many eye care professionals worldwide
  • Proprietary blend: taurine (410mg), grapeseed extract (43mg), black pepper (Piper Nigrum Fruit 95% SE)(8mg)

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 1 capsule
Servings Per Container 90
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value

Algae (Haemtocccus) Piuvialis Powder (standardized to 5%) Astaxanthin (6mg), Algae Extract (Laminaria Japonica Extract standardized to 10%), Fucoxanthin, Marigold Flower Extract (10mg) (Targetes erecta L) standardized to 10%, Zeaxanthin Marigold Flower Extract (2mg) (Targetes erecta L), standardized to 60%, Meso-zeaxanthin (10mg)

** Daily Value not established

Other ingredients: vegetable capsules, dicalcium phosphate (15mg)

Recommended dosage: 1 capsule per day with a meal or directed by your professional.

Related Research

Study: Mesozeaxanthin, Lutein & Zeaxanthin: Multiple Benefits (2015, 2017)
Several studies look at the mechanics of these important carotenoids and their effect on multiple vision and life conditions. One of these studies details the increased benefit of higher doses of mesozeaxanthin. Read more

Study: Mesozeaxanthin, Lutein & Zeaxanthin: Multiple Benefits (2015, 2017) including reducing the risk of macular degeneration onset
Mares JA, Voland RP, Sondel SA, Millen AE, Larowe T, Moeller SM, et al. Healthy lifestyles related to subsequent prevalence of age-related macular degeneration. Arch Ophthalmol. 2011;129(4):470-480.

Study: Zeaxanthin Supplementation Can Improve Visual Acuity for those with Macular Degeneration (2010)
More research substantiating that zeaxanthin supplementation improves condition of pigments in the macula and protects against atrophic early macular deterioration - demonstrating reduced symptoms. The Zeaxanthin and Visual Function Study in Atrophic Age Related Macular Degeneration (ZVF-FDA IND #78,973) - MP and Foveal Shape Discrimination: S.P. Richer1, W. Stiles1, M. Lavin, K. Graham1, C. Thomas1, D. Park3. J. Nyland1, J Wrobel

Lutein, Zeaxanthin and AMD (2008)
Another study that determined that more lutein and zeaxanthin in the diet reduces the risk of macular damage. Ref: J.S.L. Tan, J.J. Wang, V. Flood, E. Rochtchina, W. Smith, P. Mitchell. "Dietary Antioxidants and the Long-term Incidence of Age-Related Macular Degeneration: The Blue Mountains Eye Study." Ophthalmology (Elsevier). February 2008, Volume 115, Issue 2, Pages 334-341.

Meso-Zeaxanthin Aids Eyes (2007)
This study suggested that meso-zeaxanthin supplementation supports the density of pigments in the macula -- pigments which protect the eye from the damaging UV and blue light from the sun. (Nutr Metab. 2007;4:12) (DOI:10.1186/1743-7075-4-12). Lutein and zeaxanthin have both been examined in a number of trials that are looking into the mechanics of how these carotenoids can support pigment in the macula and thus perhaps protect against macular deterioration. Meso-zeaxanthin is the third major carotenoid found in macular pigment.

Zeaxanthin Can Reduce Chances of AMD 79% (2006)
This research study determined that there was 50% lowered risk of macular deterioration in both early and late forms of AMD when the patients had high levels of zeaxanthin in their blood plasma. Ref: IOVS, June 2006, Vol. 47, No. 6

Meso-Zeaxanthin Deficiency Confirmed in Macular Degeneration (2003)
This study helped to confirm previous research which indicated the value of the 3 critical carotenoids (lutein, zeaxanthin, and meso-zeaxanthin) in protecting the health of the macula. Michaelides M, Hunt D et al. The genetics of inherited macular dystrophies. J Med Genet. 2003;40(9):641-50. Meyers SM, Grene T et al. A twin study of age-related macular degeneration. Am J Ophthalmol. 1995; 120: 757-66

There are also several visual performance advantages, including increased visual processing speed, contrast sensitivity, and enhancement of many parameters of visual performance in bright light environments.

Hammond BR Jr, Wooten BR. CFF thresholds: relation to macular pigment optical density. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2005;25(4):315-319.
Stringham JM, O'Brien KJ, Stringham NT. Contrast Sensitivity and Lateral Inhibition Are Enhanced With Macular Carotenoid Supplementation. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2017;58(4):2291-2295.
Stringham JM, Garcia PV, Smith PA, McLin LN, Foutch BK.Macular Pigment and Visual Performance in Glare:Benefits for Photostress Recovery, Disability Glare, and Visual Discomfort. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2011;52:7406-7415.

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