VISIVITE SUPPLEMENT SALE – Buy 1 Reziva Resveratrol, Get 1 FREE

CLICK HERE FOR THE BUY 1, GET 1 FREE SALE! VisiVite is retiring its purple bottles, so you save $29.95 on this discount pack! Each Reziva Duo includes 2 bottles: 1 purple bottle and 1 white bottle. No quantity purchase limit. Purple bottle expiration date: January 31, 2019 White bottle expiration date: February 28, 2021 […]

Resveratrol Sale – Save $15 on VisiVite’s Premium Reziva

Purple is Out. White is In. And you can save $15.00 on VisiVite’s Reziva, a premium trans-resveratrol made not from Japanese Knotweed but from French red grapes. VisiVite is retiring their purple Reziva resveratrol bottles and going with a clean, white look. They’ve launched a sale page that saves you $15.00 when you purchase one […]

Red Wine Extract’s Myriad of Health Benefits

Resveratrol red grape extract for Weight and Glucose Control, Heart and Eye Health Undoubtedly, you’ve heard about the health benefits of red wine, including glucose and weight control, heart and eye health. In fact, people who drink red wine are also found to live longer. The secret isn’t the wine itself, but a compound in […]

Cataract surgery associated with lower risk of death

Women aged 65 and older who have cataract surgery have a lower risk for death. While there have been prior studies that have put forth the possibility of decreased risk for all-cause mortality with cataract surgery, there had not been studies regarding the association between cataract surgery and cause-specific mortality. Researchers at the University of […]

Eye exams spot more than eye disease

A routine eye exam not only can catch early signs of eye disease but can also flag underlying health conditions that may otherwise go undetected. An eye exam can provide early diagnosis of diabetes, brain tumors, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and high blood pressure. Diabetes is a disease that can have silent symptoms but an […]

Eye exam saves a life!

A teenage boy’s trip to the ophthalmologist turned out to be a visit that ultimately saved his life. Seeking only a prescription for contact lenses, Nick Myers ended up in an ambulance for emergency treatment for leukemia. The eye doctor first observed that even with glasses, Nick’s best vision was only 20/25 in both eyes […]

Diet and the value of “double-blind” study

The medical journal, BMJ, recently published a study that examined how diet affects heart health. The Minnesota Coronary Experiment was a “double-blind randomized controlled study” conducted between 1968-73. When a study is “double blind,” it means both the investigator and the subjects being tested do not know whether the subject is in the test group […]

Drug might be useful in treating heart disease

Researchers working to treat a rare genetic condition may have stumbled upon a new drug therapy for heart disease as well. Cyclodextrin has been used for years to help dissolve and deliver certain drugs and has been considered an inactive drug but researchers recently looked to it to help treat a rare, fatal disorder. In […]

Annual dilated eye exams crucial for diabetic patients

Diabetic patients are encouraged to get an annual dilated eye exam and with November being Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, prevention strategies are being stressed. Diabetes is the leading cause of new cases of blindness in adults. Close monitoring by an eye care professional can help lessen diabetes’ impact on vision and with diabetics being […]

Evidence points to link between cataracts and statin use

A study published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology supports previous study findings that patients who have a history of statin use are at an increased risk of developing cataracts. This study utilized information from the British Columbia Ministry of Health database from the period between 2000-2007 as well as information from the IMS LifeLink […]