Survey Says…Trust is #1 Reason People Buy VisiVite

Of the more than 300 responses in a recent survey, “Trust in Company” was the most important reason that customers buy VisiVite Eye Vitamins for their eye health. The rest of the list would make any supplement manufacturer so proud they would blush: Wide Choice in Eye Formulas, Natural Ingredients, Vegetarian, GMO-Free, Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free, […]

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 […]

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 […]

VisiVite® Eye Formulas for Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetics with retinopathy or those who want to avoid retinopathy, would benefit from two VisiVite formulas, a study shows. The study, published in the International Journal of Ophthalmology,  showed that diabetics with retinopathy had lower lutein and zeaxanthin blood levels than those without diabetes. The authors hypothesize that this may be due to poor diet, poor absorption in the face […]

Diabetic retinopathy tied to risk of heart disease

Type 2 diabetes is defined as insulin resistance. When the body is unable to process insulin, glucose will not be correctly absorbed into cells and will thus accumulate in the bloodstream. High blood glucose can lead to a wide array of cardiovascular complications, such as diabetic retinopathy (DR), heart disease, and stroke. A recent study […]

Belly Fat and Blood Pressure – Related or Not?

In a post hoc analysis of the ACCORD Blood Pressure Trial, the amount of visceral obesity did not have an impact on cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes receiving intensive blood pressure treatment. In these patients, no association was found between the amount of belly fat and incidence of heart attacks or strokes. […]

Obamacare Sets Back American Health Care

Yesterday’s Supreme Court Ruling sets back a long-term viable solution for American health care. But not for the reasons you might think. For-profit insurance companies were at the middle of the entire debate, and they shouldn’t have been. Here’s what really happened: 1. Some people couldn’t afford health care because private companies kept raising rates […]

Diabetics getting fewer eye problems, but experts still worried.

A recent study released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows a decline in diabetics reporting vision problems.

Exercise fails to help diabetes control

Researchers determined that newly diagnosed diabetics have improved glycemic control if they receive intensive dietary counseling within the first year of their diagnosis of the disease.