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What to look for in your Omega 3

It has been clearly proven that Omega 3’s are beneficial for keeping your eyes, joints, mind and body healthy. Simply looking at all of the options available can tell you that many companies are trying to capitalize on the popularity of Omega 3’s. But what should you look for to make sure you are getting … Read More "What to look for in your Omega 3"
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Serum lutein response is greater from free lutein than from esterified lutein during 4 weeks of supplementation in healthy adults.

Doctors Exclusive MultiVitamin Formula and Eye Formula use only free-form lutein (fL) for maximum serum response, ensuring effective protection against age-related eye conditions.  Doctors Exclusive only uses the free form of lutein which is the same chemical form of lutein used in the AREDS 2 study.
Blue Light Protection

Should you be concerned about Blue Light Protection?

Blue light is a portion of the spectrum of light that can damage vision. Sources of exposure to blue light are present in everyone’s day to day life. Cell phones, laptops, tablets, HDTV’s, sunlight and LED lighting puts your eyes at risk of exposure to the potentially harmful effects of blue light.

Don’t forget the “Other Ingredients”

It is very important to know what goes into your body and your supplements are no exception. This is why one of the first things you should look at when deciding which supplements to choose is the "Other Ingredients" listing that's found under the ingredient chart on the label.
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Lutein: More than just a filter for blue light

The high-quality free-form lutein found in the Doctors Exclusive MultiVitamin Formula and Eye Formula provides blue-light protection and can affect immune response as well as diminish the inflammatory response, as laid out in the study cited above. The benefit of adding the Doctors Exclusive Omega 3 Formula is increased levels of high-density lipoproteins (HDL). Together, Doctors Exclusive offerings are a complete ocular protocol.
Human Eye Anatomy

What is MPOD?

M.P.O.D. or Macular Pigment Optical Density is the term used to describe the thickness of a substance found in a small area of the back of your eye called the macula. This substance, called pigment (kind of like the pigment in your skin) acts as a barrier that protects your central vision from deteriorating.

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