What are carotenoids? Carotenoids are plant pigments responsible for the bright red, yellow and orange hues in many fruits and vegetables. These pigments play an important
Lutein is a nutrient that is often recommended for eye health. However, recent science has shown that Lutein on its own is not enough to rebuild the protective macular pigment at the back of the eye.
Have you ever wondered why you might struggle to see at night, read in dim light, or drive at night? Or perhaps can never find that pair of black socks in a darkly coloured drawer? This is most likely due to the impacts of poor contrast sensitivity.
The older we get the more important it becomes to maintain our eye health.
Learn how your diet and lifestyle can help protect your eyesight against age related conditions such as Age-related Macular Degeneration.
When it comes to our eyes we have all heard a number of myths. So what are the myths and what are the facts?
If you don’t know what carotenoids are, then you’ve come to the right place. The three carotenoids in MacuPrime are essential when it comes to rebuilding macular pigment and giving your eyes the daily protection they need.
we often forget about the effects sunlight can have on our eye health. Here are easy ways to protect our eyes this Summer!
What is blue light? Blue light isn’t some special form of light that only comes from computers and LED lights – it’s actually all around us.