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  • Posted on July 21, 2014 at 3:03 pm

Neutralizes the harmful effects of free radicals, improves visual acuity. The antioxidant beta-carotene, it is easy to dot the body is converted into vitamin A, an essential element of normal functioning of the organs of vision. Vitmin B2 (riboflavin) Helps improve visual acuity and improve its adaptation to darkness. It protects the mucous membranes of the eyes from irritating to short-wave radiation. Vitamin E antioxidant, helps slow the process of macular degeneration – the withering away of light-sensitive nerve cells in the central area of the retina. Zinc helps protect cell membranes from harmful effects of free radicals.

Needed for the transformation of retinol (vitamin A) in the retinal, used to form the visual segment of the retina. Selenium plays an important role in protecting eye tissue from oxidative damage. Deficiency of selenium may reduce protection of the visual apparatus and then lead to vision loss. Regular use of the product contributes to: Improve the visual acuity of the vision of Protection harmful effects of free radicals. Reduce eyestrain related to computer (Yo Bloggers!) Reduce the risk of eye diseases. Now, attention! I suggest you heed the relative table. Here you can see the products (drugs) to protect and enhance views of the main companies and manufacturers. Note the presence of the most important biologically active substances that protect and improve the human eye.

Draw your own conclusions. Biologically active food supplement Safe2C – the first of the so-called "niche product" that will appear in the range of this year. This product is aimed at improving visual acuity and I sure will be useful for anyone who spends long hours at the computer. It is known that the human eye can distinguish about 160 basic colors and shades of about 5-10 thousand. Vision is one of the principal organs feelings. With the view we'll get more than 80% of information about the world.