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Promote healthier eyes with our Eye Support Supplement. It's designed to enhance visual function, improve night vision, protect from macular degeneration, and reduce eye fatigue. Embrace clearer, fatigue-free vision for a more vibrant visual experience.

NutriVision Plus Vision Support

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Promote healthier eyes with our Eye Support Supplement. It's designed to enhance visual function, improve night vision, protect from macular degeneration, and reduce eye fatigue. Embrace clearer, fatigue-free vision for a more vibrant visual experience.
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If You’d Like…

  • Improved Visual Function
  • Improved Night Vision
  • Protection from Macular Degeneration
  • Reduced Eye Fatigue
  • Reduced Glare Impairment
  • Enhanced Sharpness of Vision
  • Enhanced Protection from Sunlight Damage for your Eyes…

Then Nutrivision Plus Vision Support may be what you’re looking for.

Why do your eyes need Nutritional Support?

Did you know that your eyes are technically an extension of your brain?

Then Nutrivision Plus Vision Support may be what you’re looking for.

Why do your eyes need Nutritional Support?

Did you know that your eyes are technically an extension of your brain?

The health of your eyes is incredibly important, and many of the nutrients and plant extracts that support the eyes are also excellent for supporting the brain and the whole nervous system, as well as reducing inflammation and free radical damage.

Factors that may be responsible for your eyes aging prematurely include:

  • Smoking or exposure to other environmental toxins [1]
  • Excessive Exposure to Sunlight [2]
  • Excessive Exposure to Screens (phones, computer, TV etc) [3]
  • Not enough sleep [4]
  • High Blood Pressure [5]
  • Obesity [6]

And, of course, Sub Optimal Levels of certain key nutrients. Optimal levels of these nutrients can not only keep the eyes healthy, they can even protect the eyes, to some degree, from some of the risk factors above.

How to Improve the Health of your Eyes:

To keep your eyes healthy, it’s advisable to:

  1. Make sure you are getting enough sleep, which is 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep a night, for most people. If this is an issue for you, check out our Sleep Aid Ultra page.
  2. Reduce or remove as much toxic exposure as possible, especially smoking as it reduces blood flow to the extremities, which includes your eyes
  3. Minimize the amount of time you’re staring at a screen every day, and, if you can’t reduce it enough because you need to use screens regularly for work etc, then at least take a 5 minute break from screens every 30 minutes.

Staring at any one thing too long tends to be detrimental to the eyes, balance this out by regularly looking into the distance, as often as possible e.g. look at the clouds or the stars in the sky. Also, expanding your vision into a more panoramic view for at least a few minutes several times a day has been shown to be very beneficial for the eyes and the whole nervous system.

  1. Work on reducing your Blood Pressure as this will increase the blood flow of oxygen and other nutrients to your eyes. If this is an area you’re working on, find out more here about how to support your Circulation.
  2. Work on reducing Inflammation as this has a negative impact on all areas of the body, including the eyes. If you know this is an issue for you and you have other signs of excessive inflammation, like aches and pains, consider our Turmeric Products.

And last but not least…

  1. Support your Eyes with the Building Blocks they need to function optimally, for as long as possible. Here’s a list of the most important Nutritional Building Blocks for healthy vision:

Vitamin A

Vitamin A has the crucial role of maintaining a clear cornea, which is the outer covering of your eye.

Vitamin A is also a building block of rhodopsin, a protein in your eyes that allows you to see in low light conditions [7].

Some studies suggest that diets high in vitamin A may be associated with a reduced risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) [8].

Vitamin E

Many eye conditions are believed to be associated with oxidative stress, which is caused by a lack of antioxidants and an excess of free radicals in your body [9].

Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that helps protect your cells — including your eye cells — from damage by free radicals, which are harmful, unstable molecules [10].

Vitamin C

Like vitamin E, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can protect your eyes against damaging free radicals [11].

Plus, vitamin C is required to make collagen, a protein that provides structure to your eye, particularly in the cornea and sclera [12].

Several observational studies suggest that vitamin C may help lower your risk of developing cataracts, a condition that causes your eye to become cloudy and impairs vision [13].

One study found that regular vitamin C supplements may reduce the risk of cataracts by 45% [14].

Vitamin B2, Riboflavin

As an antioxidant, riboflavin may protect against damaging free radicals in your eyes. Diets high in riboflavin have been associated with a reduced risk of developing cataracts [15].

Vitamin B3, Niacin

The main function of niacin (vitamin B3) in your body is to help convert food into energy. It can also act as an antioxidant [16].

Recently, studies have suggested that niacin may play a role in the prevention of glaucoma, a condition in which the optic nerve of your eye becomes damaged [17].

Lutein and Zeaxanthin

Lutein and Zeaxanthin are part of the carotenoid family. They naturally exist in the macula and retina of your eyes, where they help filter potentially harmful blue light, thus protecting your eyes from damage [18].

Several studies suggest that these plant compounds may prevent cataracts and prevent or slow the progression of AMD [19].


Another Carotenoid, Lycopene, may prevent or delay the formation of cataracts and reduce your risk of macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in older adults [20].

Bilberry Fruit Extract

One 2-year study on people with glaucoma, a condition that leads to a gradual loss of sight, found that taking 120 mg of bilberry anthocyanins daily improved visual function by around 30%, whereas the placebo group experienced worsened visual function [21].

Other studies suggest that supplementing with 160–480 mg of powdered bilberry extract daily may reduce eye dryness and other symptoms of eye fatigue caused by working with video display terminals [22].

And many more…

You may have noticed a theme here - most of these ingredients, other than being essential nutrients, are antioxidants, and this is the primary mechanism that science understands whereby they can protect and benefit your eyes.

Additional Nutrients that we feel are worth taking to optimize the health of the eyes include:

The minerals: Zinc [23], Copper [24], Magnesium [25], Chromium [26] and Calcium [27].

Vitamins: B1 [28], B12 [29], and Biotin (B7).

The Amino Acids: N Acetyl Cysteine [30], and L- Taurine [31].

The Plant sourced Antioxidants: Eyebright [32], Grape Seed Extract [33], Quercetin [34] and Rutin [35]

And lastly the very powerful Antioxidant Alpha Lipoic Acid [36], which occurs naturally in the body, and which is often used for detoxification, Blood Sugar Balance and Liver Support, as well as Eye Health.

Each of the ingredients we’ve talked about are fascinating and special, we haven’t gone into too much detail here, but advise you to do your own research if you’re at all interested.

Of course, while you can get most of these nutrients in a healthy diet, for most people this is difficult and impractical (see ‘Do we need Supplements’ article for an in depth look at why we often need supplementation in the 21st Century.

So, if you’re someone who wants to support the optimal health and function of your eyes, we’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for you to get all of these ingredients, in good forms, in good quantities (not too little to be effective, but also not much), and so we created…

Introducing Nutrivision Plus Vision Support

Containing every nutrient that has any scientific evidence supporting its use for optimal eye health and vision support.

Feel Younger® Nutrivision Plus Vision Support is the perfect, all in one formula for those serious about supporting their eye health.

Feel Younger® Nutrivision Plus Vision Support is Antibiotic Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Hormone Free, Lactose Free, Contains No Binders, and is made in the USA, in a GMP certified facility, to the highest possible standards.

We firmly believe Feel Younger® Nutrivision Plus Vision Support is the best Eye Health Supporting Dietary Supplement available, but just because it’s a premium product, we didn’t want to charge you a premium!

We’ve kept the cost of Feel Younger® Nutrivision Plus Vision Support as low as possible, and additional discounts are available by purchasing several bottles at a time, and/or by signing up for a monthly or quarterly subscription - this is totally optional, you can choose which option you prefer above.

How to take Nutrivision Plus Vision Support

Take 2 capsules once a day, with water, preferably before a meal for maximum absorption.

Any cautions?

Always check with your healthcare practitioner before making health or lifestyle changes, especially if on any medications.

Scientific References:

Antibiotic Free
Gluten Free
Sugar Free
Hormone Free
Made in the USA
No Binders
Lactose Free

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