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Frequently Asked questions
What are the benefits of Fit Eyez™?
Fit Eyez™ includes 11 essential nutrients including Astareal Astaxanthin, Lutein, Lycopene, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin E, B1, B6, B9, B12, Copper and Zinc which have proven science-based evidence on the efficacy and benefits to our eyes and body.
Fit Eyez™ contains 4 super carotenoids (and 7 additional important nutrients) with 16 mg of power; Astaxanthin (2 mg), Lycopene (2 mg), Lutein (10 mg) and Zeaxanthin (2 mg). Our bodies do not synthesize (generate) these nutrients thus, our eyes and vision can suffer.
Studies have shown that high levels of macular pigment ocular density (MPOD) supplied by the Lutein/Zeaxanthin have direct correlation with an increase in cognitive function, and sunlight/UV protection against sunburn supplied by the Astaxanthin.
Can I Take Fit Eyez™ If...
Absolutely, there are only 10 calories and 3 net carbs in Fit Eyez™. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits make taking Fit Eyez™ important to maintaining optimal eye fitness.
The AREDS/AREDS2 study and many other studies have shown positive results from taking high dose of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory supplements such as the ingredients included in Fit Eyez™. Lutein/Zeaxanthin has over 200 published studies and Astaxanthin has over 60 published studies as well as many human clinical trials that benefits our macula and retina, with some studies showing regression/reversal of the drusen and damage to the retina pigment epithelium along with the 9 other nutrients.
Please consult your doctor before taking any supplements if you are pregnant or nursing, however, there are no studies that contraindicate the use of supplements such as the ingredients in Fit Eyez™ while pregnant and/or nursing.
Yes, Fit Eyez™ is vegan, gluten-free and all natural and contains nutrients that have shown to benefit the inflammatory effects of dry eye syndrome with increase wetting and moisture to the cornea. Most patients will notice an improvement after a couple months of consistent use of Fit Eyez™ along with proper environmental factors.
Fit Eyez™ has shown benefits to patients that have had cataract surgery by offering anti-inflammatory and antioxidative benefits to the entire eye structure.
Yes, Fit Eyez™ is specifically formulated to support eye fitness and ocular health. Many multivitamins do not contain the nutrients and/or the proper dosage studies show that taking both can complement your eyes and vision.
Fit Eyez™ includes 11 essential ocular nutrients, more than most competitors. However, there is no need to take both gummies and pills. Please only take one or the other.
Instructions and More
Take 2 gummy vitamins daily to get the recommended active nutrients necessary to provide the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
Many people will start to notice improvement in their eye strain, night vision and focusing after as little as 4 weeks. However, nothing in our claims will guarantee any difference or improvement in vision or structure since our bodies are all different and respond uniquely.
Although unlikely, with any supplements and nutrients, our bodies may be sensitive to certain components. Stop taking Fit Eyez™ if you don’t feel well, get hives or skin redness, stomach upset or have other symptoms and consult your doctor immediately.
We do not guarantee any physical or noticeable differences after you start taking Fit Eyez™, just like any vitamin or supplement. However, many people do notice improvements in their focusing, night vision, eye strain, computer vision and ocular comfort.
We recommend Fit Eyez™ for ages 5 and up.
There is no need to ‘double-down’. Each daily serving will provide the intended benefits. However, if you accidentally ingest more than two gummies per day, nothing negative can happen.
All about the eye
What are the Structures of the eye?
Structures of the eye
The thin and clear membrane that covers the white part of the eye (sclera) and the inner part of the eye lids.
The iris is the structure in front of the lens that increases and decreases the size of the pupil to regulate the amount of light entering the eye.
The pupil is the round opening in the center of the iris that lets light in. Pupil size is controlled by the dilator and sphincter muscles of the iris, and regulates the amount of light that enters the eye.
The cornea is a transparent structure that covers the iris and pupil. It is dome shaped and functions similar to an outer lens, by refracting (bending) light. The cornea provides most of our eye’s focusing power.
The lens is a transparent structure located between the iris and the vitreous body. The lens is surrounded by a transparent and elastic capsule. It is bi-convex meaning it is rounded on both sides and changes its shape to change the focal distance of the eye. When light enters the eye, the cornea refracts this light, and the lens adjusts its shape and focuses the light upon the retina so that objects appear clearly. As part of the aging process our lenses naturally become less flexible and transparent. This is why we need reading glasses as we age.
The sclera is the white part of the eye that forms 5/6 of the posterior section of the eye.
The choroid is a layer of blood vessels that provide nourishment to the outer layer of the retina. It is an extension of the iris and the ciliary body, located between the retina and the sclera.
The macula makes up only a small part of the retina, yet it is much more sensitive to detail than the rest of the retina. The macula allows you to thread a needle or read small print.
The optic nerve is located in the posterior section of the eye and carries electrical impulses from photoreceptor cells in the retina to the brain