Savoring spinach – Possible sight-saver?

The cartoon character Popeye loved his spinach and spinach may have been more than a muscle builder. A recent study has found that eating leafy greens, such as spinach, which are high in nitrates, could help reduce your risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.┬áSpinach, lettuce, cabbage and beetroot all examples of vegetables that are high […]

Mediterranean Diet Lower Macular Degeneration Risk

People who adhere to the Mediterranean diet (MeDi) are found to have a lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) according to a study published in Ophthalmology. A Mediterranean Diet is one that is rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes and fish. Researchers examined correlations between the incidence of advanced AMD and compliance with the […]

Why VisiVite eye vitamins are “ugly”

Just as people grow accustomed to brown pancake syrup made from corn syrup rather than maple tree sap, they’ve grown to love artificially-colored eye vitamins filled with synthetic ingredients. But customers and nutritionists who know VisiVite eye vitamins know they’re not “ugly.” They’re beautiful! And so it was when one of our customers asked about […]

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 […]

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 […]

Hot Tea Lessens Glaucoma Risk?

A recent study published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology reveals a possible link between hot tea consumption and a lower risk of developing glaucoma. Researchers were looking for a link between glaucoma and coffee, tea and soda (both caffeinated and decaffeinated) and examined results of eye examinations from almost 1700 participants aged 40 and […]

Lutein levels in the eye linked to higher achievement in children

Two recent studies demonstrated that children who do better in school have higher lutein levels in the eye. Even after taking in consideration other factors including IQ, gender, body composition and physical fitness, children that had higher lutein levels did better on cognition tests and performed better academically. In the first study, researchers measured lutein […]

Vision benefits of resveratrol

Recently, Chinese researchers have verified that the polyphenol metabolites found in resveratrol are able to cross protective barriers and offer potential benefits to help protect vision. The polyphenol metabolites were found in the outer and the inner structures of the human eye. Researchers examined 35 eyes of men and women who were undergoing eye surgery […]

Lutein Preserves Intelligence

Our ability to use what we’ve learned over our lifetime is known as crystallized intelligence and researchers have found a link to better preserving our crystallized intelligence and higher serum levels of lutein. Study findings were recently reported in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. The study included 76 men and women between the ages of 65 […]

Price of food affects perception of its health benefits

A recent study found that the price of food affects consumers’ perceptions of what is healthy. According to study results, people tend to believe that in order for food to be healthy that it must be more expensive. Researchers were looking to examine the lay theory that we have to pay more in order to […]