NAYSA Nutra Lutein and Zeaxanthin
NAYSA Nutra Lutein and Zeaxanthin promote wellness within the eyes.
Supports eye health
Can boost cognition
NAYSA Nutra Lutein and zeaxanthin are two very important carotenoids, which are pigments produced by plants that give fruits and vegetables a yellow to reddish hue. Both are potent antioxidants and offer a vast range of health benefits. However, lutein and zeaxanthin are most popularly known for protecting your eyes.
Lutein and zeaxanthin work to protect your eyes from free radical damage.
Your eyes are exposed to both oxygen and light, which in turn promote the production of harmful oxygen free radicals. Lutein and zeaxanthin cancel out these free radicals, so they’re no longer able to damage the cells within your eyes.
These carotenoids seem to work better when used together and can combat free radicals more effectively when combined, even at the same concentration.
NAYSA Nutra Lutein and Zeaxanthin Absorption Rate
NAYSA Nutra Lutein and Zeaxanthin are taking nutritional supplements to the next level! More and more people are concerned with their nutritional supplements’ bioavailability or absorption rate. Most nutritional products have a 5 – 10% absorption rate, but NAYSA Nutra Lutein and Zeaxanthin have an absorption rate of up to 10x higher due to their nano capabilities!
The unique nanotechnology used in this product allows us to reduce the size of the particles so small that millions of them would fit on the head of a pin. These tiny particles can now be more easily absorbed without having to be broken down, thus increasing the speed of absorption and utilization from the body.
This cutting-edge technology and delivery system allows us to take the particles and reduce them to the smallest size possible. This way they can move through the body efficiently bypassing the digestive system and delivering nutrients more quickly.
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