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Omax Super Blue Vital Vision FAQ

How is this product different than competitive brands?
Super Blue Vital Vision™ provides superior protection for immediate and preventative eye health with Superoxide Dismutase and added antioxidants. Most eye formulas generally contain several multivitamins already available through diet or have lower amounts of Lutein and Zeaxanthin. Super Blue Vital Vision also features the patented, clinically tested Extramel® providing 100% bioactive antioxidant benefits.

I’ve heard about the AREDS study. Does your product contain the ingredients in the study?
Yes, the AREDS study primarily recommends Zeaxanthin, Lutein and an antioxidant-zinc combination. Super Blue Vital Vision contains these ingredients and antioxidant Extramel. SODB Extramel is a superior antioxidant because it interrupts free radicals like Vitamin C does, plus it is also able to break down free radicals and remove them.

How do I know it’s working?
Deterioration of vision from cellular damage occurs unknowingly; usually over a long period of blue-light exposure. People often lose visual sensitivity before the worst stages of eye disease, which most often cannot be corrected. Super Blue Vital Vision™ is a preventative nutritional supplement that starts working the same day you start taking it. It will support your eyes to be at their healthiest for life. Many people will notice some improvement in their overall eye health within a few months.

Are there any side effects from the product?
All ingredients are GRAS (generally recognized as safe). Consult with your physician or eye doctor before trying any vision supplements if you are on any medications or may be pregnant or nursing.

When should I take it?
Super Blue Vital Vision is best taken at mealtime as it is better absorbed when ingested with a small amount of fat, such as olive oil.

How much should I take?
We suggest one tablet per day. There are 30 tablets per bottle.

How else can I protect my eyes?
Try decreasing the amount of time spent in front of TV and digital screens. Take frequent breaks to give your eyes a rest. Try a screen filter made for smart phones, tablets, and computer screens. Filters lower blue light given off from these devices that could reach the retina. Computer glasses with yellow-tinted lenses that block blue light can help ease digital eye strain. Eat healthy foods high in antioxidants.