Healthy lifestyle lowers risk of AMD in women

Researchers affirmed the benefits of a healthy lifestyle in a recent study. Women who maintained healthy eating habits had 46% lower odds for developing early macular degeneration.


While it is known that anorexia nervosa can have devastating effects on the human body, a recent study reveals that eyes too can suffer significant damage as well.

VisiVite introduces Reziva

In just a single capsule created from resveratrol, there are many health benefits shown in literally hundreds of studies – including weight control, longevity and eye health.

Dr. Paul Krawitz Announces New Breakthrough Resveratrol Health Formula

Reziva is a concentrated extract made from red wine grapes grown in the fertile valleys of southern France. Unlike other resveratrol supplements made using Polygonum Cuspidatum (Japanese knotweed), Reziva contains concentrated trans-resveratrol, oligomeric proanthocyanidins, anthocyanins and wine polyphenols – just like real red wine. Reziva promotes longevity, weight and glucose control, cardiac health and helps to support good eyesight and macular function.

Lutein Helps Protect Eyes against Computer Strain and Visual Fatigue

The carotenoid lutein can help protect the eyes from computer strain and fatigue.

Mediterranean Diet Helps Control Diabetes Better than Low-Fat Diet

Eating a Mediterranean diet helps lower the risk for type 2 Diabetes mellitus.

Phytosterols May Prevent the Development of Cancer

New research shows that phytosterols may help to prevent the development of cancer.

Diabetes Mellitus and The Eye

Insulin, a hormone manufactured by the islet cells in the Pancreas, is critical to good health. Insulin doesn?t dissolve glucose; rather, it moves glucose (simple sugar) out of the bloodstream and into the cells in muscle and the liver, where it is converted into glycogen, an energy storage molecule. There are two forms of Diabetes, […]

Is Organic Food Really No Better Than Conventional?

The UK’s Food Standards Agency review dismisses health benefits of eating organic food, but admits to a lack of research on which to base their findings.