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Re: Glucosamine and Zeaxanthan

Thanks for your advice I’ll stick with it for a few months and see how it goes.

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Re: Glucosamine and Zeaxanthan


@Grouchomarx wrote:

I just got these two new supplements and have never taken them before. Anyone take them and find good results?   The Zeaxanthan was expensive so if it's not doing anything within a few weeks I will return it.  My eyesight has been bothersome lately, as well as my joints.  These are from Andrew Lessman.  More pills to pop LOL.


Eye vitamins including zeaxanthan are not intended to "make you see better" They are neuro-protective meaning that they help the macula stay healthy and this prevents or delays macular degeneration. 

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Re: Glucosamine and Zeaxanthan

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@Grouchomarx 

 

Before loading up on costly zeaxanthin supplements and expecting them to perform like a drug ( meaning fast),  you might find some interesting info on eye care research starting here at the National Eye Institute.

 

https://nei.nih.gov/areds2/PatientFAQ

 

https://nei.nih.gov/health/maculardegen/

 

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Re: Glucosamine and Zeaxanthan

I see a lot of you are taking collagen supplements- Anyone using Consult Beaute "Colla Holla"?