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Evervital 2020 ® It contains a scientifically effective formula to prevent and maintain eye health including macular degeneration related to age and cataracts.
Recommended for people over 18 years.
The key to keeping your eyes healthy is a prevent care. Getting regular, comprehensive eye exams, as well a healthy diet loaded and antioxidants. Actually, the consumer awareness for potential eye health care through natural derivatives like carotenoids, zeaxanthin, lutein and fatty acids promoted by pharmaceutical firms via online media and advertisements driving an increase in demand for eye supplements in the market.

Eye Diseases of the American Population




  • Lutemax 2020:
    Filter harmful high-energy blue wavelengths of light (computer & phones screens) and help protect and maintain healthy cells in the eyes.
  • Vitamin C
    Vitamin C helps all cells of the body depend on it, including those of the eye, where it is concentrated in all tissues. Vitamin C also supports the health of blood vessels in the eye. Our bodies do not create all of the vitamin C we need. This is why daily intake of vitamin C through diet, nutritional supplements, is important for maintaining good eye health.
  • Essential Fatty Acids Omega-3: DHA and EPA
    DHA is found in the highest concentration in the retina, suggesting it has an important function there. EPA is used in the production of DHA in the body. Studies in pre-term and full-term infants suggest that getting enough omega-3 fatty acids in the diet is essential for optimal visual development. A number of studies have shown that animals that do not get enough DHA in their diets suffer visual impairment and degradation of the retina. Dry eye syndrome also has been linked to omega-3 deficiency. Additionally, low levels of DHA and EPA have been associated with diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinopathy of prematurity.
  • Zinc
    People at high risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), or who are already experiencing the early stages of AMD, may benefit from increased zinc intake. The human body does not produce the zinc it needs, so daily intake of zinc through diet, nutritional supplements, is important for the maintenance of good eye health.