According to a recent survey by NMI and presented at Supply Side West, as many as 70% agree they would use supplements for healthy vision. More than half of those surveyed say they view supplements as effective for eye health.
Did you know that emerging in-vivo and in-vitro science shows that GTF Chromium may be important to healthy vision and eye function among certain at-risk populations? An early animal study published in Experimental and Biology (access to full text below) shows that in animal model, GTF chromium may support healthy eye function.
Featured Article: Inhibition of diabetic cataract by glucose tolerance factor extracted from yeast, Experimental Biology, Jan. 2016
The purpose of the study was to examine the influence of high glucose conditions on cataract formation in diabetic animals in vivo and in lenses incubated in high glucose medium, in vitro. We also aimed at examining the effect of the antidiabetic agent, GTF, on the eye lens both in vivo and in vitro. In the current paper, we show the effects of high glucose levels on the eye lens in diabetic rats and in organ culture, and the protective effects of GTF in both conditions.
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