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Vision First Vision and Neuro Support

Introducing Vision First Vision and Neuro Support, the breakthrough supplement designed to promote optimal eye and nervous system health. This revolutionary supplement is packed with essential nutrients that may help to naturally improve your vision and support healthy nervous system functioning in the body and brain.

Vision First Vision and Neuro Support contains powerful ingredients like lutein, Bilberry Extract, alpha lipoic acid, Quercetin, Rutin, and more, all carefully chosen based on their potential to support healthy ocular functioning. Scientific research suggests these ingredients may help protect your eyes from damage caused by environmental pollutants, defend against blue light exposure from digital devices or screens, maintain transparency within the lens of the eye and reduce symptoms of dry eye. Additionally, these potent compounds also can aid nerve regeneration as well helping keep your nervous system in top shape for years to come.

For best results, take two capsules of Vision First Vision & Neuro Support daily with food and a full glass of water or as directed by your healthcare provider for maximum benefits. Ask Vision First today about protecting your most precious assets-your vision and nervous system!

What Is in Vision and Neuro Support by Vision First?

Vitamin A (as Beta-Carotene) - Vitamin A is essential for the production of certain immune cells, such as B cells and T cells in the body. A lack of this nutrient increases pro-inflammatory molecules, which decrease immune system response and function. There is no doubt that vitamin A plays a crucial role in the function of your eyes. Light is converted into electrical signals that can be transmitted to the brain by Vitamin A. (1)(2)

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic acid) - The antioxidant properties of vitamin C make it a powerful antioxidant as well as strengthen your natural defenses. Vitamin C may benefit both people with high blood pressure and those without. According to studies, vitamin C reduces the risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. (3)(4)(5)

Calcium (as Calcium carbonate) - The mineral calcium is necessary for the circulation of blood, the movement of muscles, and the release of hormones. Calcium also carries messages from your brain to other parts of your body. (6)

Vitamin E (DL-alpha tocopherol acetate)Despite being often mistaken for a single compound, vitamin E is actually made up of eight fat-soluble antioxidants. Tocopherol comes in eight chemical forms, but alpha-tocopherol is the most suitable for human consumption. (7)

Some studies have shown that supplementing with high doses of vitamin E reduces markers of oxidative stress and boosts antioxidant defenses. High blood pressure and high levels of blood lipids, such as LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides, may increase your risk of heart disease. Some people may benefit from vitamin E supplements by reducing these heart disease risk factors. Supplementing with vitamin E significantly reduced both systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings compared with placebo treatments. (8)(9)

Vitamin B1 (a Thiamine Mononitrate) - As well as converting food into energy, your body needs thiamine to grow, develop, and function properly. Due to thiamine's role in maintaining healthy nerves, a deficiency of thiamine can affect your eye's optic nerve. A swollen optic nerve can cause blurry vision. Leaving optic nerve damage untreated can eventually lead to vision loss. (10)(11)

Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin) - Vitamin B2 breaks down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. It is necessary for the body to maintain its energy supply. Riboflavin in carbohydrates synthesizes adenosine triphosphate (ATP). When ATP is produced from food, the body produces energy. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the energy molecule stored in muscles. Moreover, it maintains the health of the eyes, nerves, muscles, and skin. (12)

Vitamin B3 (as Niacin) - As with all B vitamins, niacin aids enzymes in converting food into energy. In particular, niacin plays a significant role in NAD and NADP metabolism. (13)

Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) - The body uses vitamin B12 in various ways. Additionally, it plays a role in red blood cells and DNA formation. Central vision is primarily affected by macular degeneration. Maintaining adequate levels of vitamin B12 may reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration. (14)

Supplementing with vitamin B12 may lower homocysteine levels in your bloodstream. A higher level of homocysteine has been linked to a higher risk of age-related macular degeneration. (15)

Biotin - Biotin is one of the B complex vitamins that helps the body convert food into energy. Biotin is derived from the Greek word biotos, which means life or sustenance. Biotin, a B vitamin, is vital for healthy skin, hair, eyes, liver, and nervous system. During pregnancy, biotin is also essential for embryonic growth. (16)

Magnesium (as Magnesium oxide) - Every cell in your body contains magnesium. Every cell in your body needs this mineral. Due to magnesium's role in converting food into energy and creating new proteins from amino acids, new proteins are created. It is also essential for the repair of DNA and RNA, the regulation of neurotransmitters, and the relaxation and contraction of muscles. (17)

Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) - Over 300 enzymes are produced by zinc, along with supporting metabolism, digestion, and nerve function. Due to its importance for immune cell function and cell signaling, it can weaken immune responses. By taking zinc supplements, certain immune cells are stimulated and oxidative stress is reduced. (18)(19)

Selenium (as Selenium AAC) - Selenium helps reduce oxidative stress by controlling the number of free radicals. Keeping your heart healthy may be possible with a diet rich in selenium. Low selenium levels are linked to heart disease. Selenium is essential for the health of your immune system. This antioxidant reduces oxidative stress in the body, enhancing inflammation and immunity. (20)(21)(22)

Copper (as Copper gluconate) - Vision loss can be caused by long-term copper deficiency. Copper is needed by many enzymes in the nervous system in order for it to function properly. Vision loss can be caused by copper deficiency, which affects the nervous system. (23)

Chromium (as Chromium picolinate) - Blood sugar is brought into cells by the hormone insulin in healthy people. Insulin response is affected by diabetes. Taking chromium supplements can improve blood sugar levels in diabetics. By maintaining a healthy level in the body, chromium promotes balanced intraocular pressure in the eyes. (24)(25)

Vision and Neuro Support Core Ingredients For Executive Motor Function

Lutein/ Zeaxanthin - Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants that protect your body from free radicals. Only lutein and zeaxanthin accumulate in the retina, specifically in the macula region at the back of the eye. By consuming lutein and zeaxanthin, AMD can be prevented from progressing to blindness. An eye cataract is a cloudy patch on the front of the eye. By eating foods rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, you may be able to slow their formation. Supplementing with lutein and zeaxanthin reduced oxidative stress markers that damage the eyes in a study in animals. (26)(27) (28) (29) (30)

Bilberry Extract (Vaccinium myrtillus) (fruit) - Many people believe that bilberries can improve vision, especially night vision. Several small studies have investigated the effects of these berries on night vision, but no strong evidence supports this claim. (31)

A 2-year study in people with glaucoma found that taking 120 mg of bilberry anthocyanins daily improved visual function by around 30%, while the placebo group experienced worsening. By supplementing with 160–480 mg of powdered bilberry extract daily, you may be able to reduce eye dryness and other symptoms associated with working with video display terminals. (32)(33)

Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) - Alpha-lipoic acid is fat-soluble as well as water-soluble, and it works in every cell and tissue of the body. Other antioxidants, however, are either fat- or water-soluble. (34)

Diabetes affects more than 400 million adults worldwide. High blood sugar levels characterize uncontrolled diabetes. If left untreated, this can result in vision loss, heart disease, and kidney failure. Both animals and humans have shown that alpha-lipoic acid reduces blood sugar levels, making it a potential diabetes treatment. (35)(36)

Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) (herb) - In both animals and humans, eyebright is commonly used to treat eye problems.  Only a limited amount of research has been done on the herb's effects on eye health. In a test-tube study, eyebright extract controlled corneal inflammation. The cornea is a clear tissue that covers the colored part of your eye. (37)(38)

Quercetin (Sophora japonica) (bud) - Quercetin has been found to reduce inflammation in studies. Human and animal studies have shown that the compound reduces fasting blood sugar levels and protects against diabetic complications. Research suggests quercetin may reduce blood pressure. Studies in test tubes showed that the compound relaxed blood vessels. (39)(40)(41)

Rutin (Sophorae japonica L) (flower) - Rutin has powerful antioxidant properties. Rutin can also help your body produce collagen and use vitamin C. You can consume rutin-containing foods or take supplements. A number of benefits may be associated with rutin for the eyes and vision. During digestion, rutin is converted into quercetin, an anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory compound. (42

Rutin strengthens blood vessel walls and regulates blood flow. Blood flow to the retina is essential to maintaining clear, sharp vision. Furthermore, rutin may prevent blood vessel disease in the eye in addition to diabetic retinopathy.  During diabetic retinopathy, weak, leaking blood vessels damage the retina. If not treated properly, it can cause permanent vision loss. Blood vessel walls are strengthened by rutin. (43)

L-Taurine - As part of taurine's many functions in your body, your body maintains proper hydration and electrolyte balance, forms bile salts, which aid digestion, regulates minerals such as calcium within your cells, and supports the general functioning of your brain and eyes. (44)(45)

Type 2 diabetes may be reduced or blood sugar management may be improved with taurine's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. (46)

Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinifera L. (seed) - Several studies have examined the effects of grape seed extract on high blood pressure. Taking grape seed extract daily significantly reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure, the top and bottom numbers, by an average of 6.08 mmHg and 2.8 mmHg in 16 studies involving 810 people with high blood pressure or at high risk of it. Those under 50 with obesity or metabolic disorders showed the greatest improvements. (47)

Lycopene - Lycopene is a carotenoid antioxidant. Antioxidant properties of lycopene may prevent seizures and memory loss associated with age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer's. Lycopene may prevent or delay cataracts and macular degeneration, the leading causes of blindness in older people. (48)(49)