Laminine Omega for the Eyes
Research shows that a healthy eyesight is linked to poor eye habit and diet. Healthy fats are essential for the function of cells, muscles, nerves and for the production of compounds that regulate blood pressure, heart rate, and blood clotting. Eye health also depends on proper dietary fats. The large optic nerve behind the retina relays signals from the eye to the brain so we can see clearly. Nerves are huge, elongated cells composed of membranes made of essential fatty acids.
The omega fatty acids such as EPA and DHA as in Laminine OMEGA+++ must be obtained through our diets or supplementation because our bodies do not produce them.
Do your eyes suffer from hours of staring at a computer screen?
Dr. R. Bhargava of the Laser Eye Clinic in Noida, India has explained in a recent publication that the growing use of personal computers has led to an increase in dry eye symptoms in young, middle aged, and office going individuals. This symptom was mainly observed in elderly women, but it now occurs in young people.
The researchers recruited 478 people with dry eye symptoms. All were using computers for at least three hours per day for at least one year. Subjects were randomly divided into either the group that received omega 3 supplements or the placebo group that received olive oil for three months. The amount of omega 3 supplements used in the study was equivalent to about 1.5 capsules of Laminine OMEGA+++.
Omega 3 fatty acid supplementation significantly reduced dry eye symptoms as measured by several standard eye tests. The results showed 70 percent of patients were totally symptom-free in contrast to 14.9 percent patients in the placebo group after three months. Although dry eye can be caused by many factors, which affect both tears and the eye surface, the researchers concluded that dietary consumption of Omega-3s caused significant improvement in dry eye symptoms. 
A study conducted by the National Eye Institute showed that those who consumed more omega fatty acids in proper ratios had better vision and eye health.
As we age, the blood supply to the eye becomes weaker, macular degeneration is inevitable. Omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids support the blood vessels that feed the retina and build the nerve sheath of the optic nerve.
What can delay age-related eye conditions?
Laminine OMEGA+++ contains the omega fatty acids 3, 6, 9 (EPA, DHA, and gamma linoleic acid) in the ratios found to be most effective, carefully formulated with quality fish oil, borage oil, fertilized avian egg extract and micro-active CoQ 10.
Dr. Steven Masley M.D., the author of 30 Day Heart Tune-Up, warns consumers that most American made fish oils contain rancid fats and are not high-quality products. LifePharm Global selected a special South American fish, called the Engraulis Ringens, a member of the anchovy family that has the highest naturally occurring ratios of EPA and DHA of any fish species. In addition, the omega 6 and 9 from borage oil, exported from the Mediterranean region, are of the highest quality.
Laminine OMEGA+++ supports circulatory health by helping to ensure optimal blood flow through blood vessels, to the brain and organs. Recent studies that show the benefits of consuming omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids for eye health provide another reason for making Laminine OMEGA+++ a part of our daily regimen.
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