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Diabetics - Protect Your Eyesight and Visual Health

"Ocu-Comp contains the nutrients that have been proven to prevent diabetic eye diseases. I highly recommend it."

The brain and visual system while accounting for only about 2% of your body’s weight use up to 25% of your nutritional intake.

So it isn’t surprising that nutrition plays a vital role in eye health and prevention of vision-related diseases. Because the eyes are so metabolically active, diseases like diabetes may be obvious in the eye structures before they produce symptoms elsewhere in the body. In fact, blurred vision may be the first symptom of diabetes in an undiagnosed person.

Diabetic eye problems, such as glaucoma and retinopathy can progress initially without symptoms before the damage becomes apparent. So if you are a diabetic, it is especially important to take charge of your eye health.

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Because of the potential complications, those with Diabetes are twenty-five times more likely to become blind than those without the disease, which is why it is so important to keep tabs on the condition.
       Harvard Medical School

Ocu-Comp: All 17 nutrients that maximize the health of your eyes!

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What you would pay if you purchased these ingredients individually:
Ingredient Amount Benefits
Price
Vitamin A
(Beta Carotene)
25,000 IU
The Beta Carotene form of Vitamin A promotes good night vision; essential for eye health
$10.75
Vitamin C
1,000 mg
Helps prevent oxidative damage in the eye and strengthens blood vessels
$ 7.77
Vitamin E
 400 IU
Powerful antioxidant protection against diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration
$10.20
Zinc
 50 mg
Important for a healthy macula and retina
$ 3.60
Copper
 2 mg
Boosts body's antioxidant production; balances added zinc
$ 3.00
Selenium
 50 mcg
Works with other antioxidants to prevent cataracts and macular degeneration
$ 1.20
Chromium
200 mcg
Anti-aging nutrient that helps balance blood sugar
$ 1.80
Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex
 250 mg
Strengthens blood vessels and protects against cataract development
$ 1.20
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine
200 mg
Superb immune system support and antioxidant that also increases glutathione and filters out UV light
$ 3.00
Quercetin
100 mg
Helps maintain lens transparency; a potent antioxidant
$ 2.63
Rutin
100 mg
Helps reduce inner eye pressure and strengthens capillaries
$ 2.63
Bilberry Extract
(25% Anthocyanocides)
80 mg
Improves night vision and eases eye strain, nourishes eye tissue and supports healthy circulation in the eye
$12.00
Eyebright
50 mg
Promotes the health of blood vessels of the eyes and eyelids; good for eye irritation and swelling
$  .46
Alpha-Lipoic Acid
50 mg
The "Universal Antioxidant," ALA regenerates other antioxidants for increased benefits
$ 9.74
Ginkgo Biloba
25 mg
Promotes healthy blood circulation to the eyes; reduces inflammation in the eye and is a strong antioxidant
$ 3.60
L-Glutathione
10 mg
 Maintains a healthy lens for cataract prevention
$ 1.80
Lutein (containing Zeaxanthin)
6 mg
Filters out harmful radiation and helps maintain proper lens density; important for a healthy retina; protects the macula from free radicals
$10.80
   
TOTAL
$86.18


These prices were obtained from leading companies that sell the above ingredients separately. If you purchased everything that is in Ocu-Comp, you would pay $86.18.

Ocu-Comp Has it All for $24.95

Did You Know?      Statistics on Eye Health Concerns
  • HALF OF ALL BLINDNESS IS PREVENTABLE.
  • Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of new cases of blindness in people ages 20 to 74.
  • Studies show that diabetics are twice as likely to develop cataracts as a person without the disease and cataracts are likely to develop at an earlier age.
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration, currently affecting some 8 million people in the U.S., age 55 and older, will continue to be the leading cause of blindness.
  • Between 2-3 million Americans, age 40 and over, have glaucoma including those who are unaware they have the eye disease, which amounts to at least one half.
  • Glaucoma is also a common problem for diabetics who are nearly twice as likely to get glaucoma as other adults.
  • More than 40% of persons with diabetes 15 years or more have some degree of blood vessel damage in the retina - diabetic retinopathy - which may result in severe vision loss or blindness.

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