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Ocuvite® Adult 50+ with Vitamin D

Ocuvite ADULT50

Key Features & Benefits

  • Helps protect eye health by replenishing essential eye nutrients that you can lose as you age1

  • Optimal blend of Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Omega-3 and antioxidants

  • Now enhanced with Vitamin D, proven to support healthy cell function2

  • Convenient once a day dosing

  • Easy to swallow MiniGels

Ocuvite® Adult 50+ with Vitamin D is now available in leading pharmacies and selected healthcare providers.
Also available online at Guardian, NHG Pharmacy and NTUC FairPrice

As you age, your eyes lose key nutrients, leaving your eyes more vulnerable to daily stressors, which may lead to eye health issues. Dietary studies have shown the importance of nutrition in maintaining eye health.1-5

Bausch + Lomb has developed Ocuvite® Adult 50+ with Vitamin D. This unique formula helps replenish the vital nutrients that your eyes lose due to ageing.1 In addition to other minerals and nutrients, it also contains 5 mg of Lutein and 1 mg of Zeaxanthin, plus 250 mg of Omega-3 which are important for proper retinal function and support overall eye health.1 And now Ocuvite® Adult 50+ has been enhanced with 30 micrograms of Vitamin D, an antioxidant proven to support healthy cell function.2

Dark, leafy, green vegetables are rich in Lutein and Zeaxanthin, but many of us typically do not get enough in our diet.5 Omega-3 can be found in foods such as oil-rich fish, fish oil, nuts, and fortified eggs.1,3 Vitamin D can be found in fatty fish, cod liver oil, egg yolks and mushroom.4

With evolving lifestyle, your eyes may be more vulnerable to daily stressors like staring at your phone or computer for hours and sunlight exposure. The ingredients in Ocuvite® Adult 50+ with Vitamin D help replenish essential eye nutrients and antioxidants to help protect your eye health.

Directions for use

Take 1 Soft Gel daily, in the morning with a full glass of water during a meal.

References: 1. Helen M R, Elizabeth J J.(2013) Nutrients for aging eye. clinical Interventions in Aging 2013:8 741–74 2. Tohari.A.M et al. Vitamin attenuates oxidative damage and inflammation in RPE cells. Antioxidants 2019, 8, 341:doi:10.3390/antiox8090341 3. Ho.L et al. Reducing the Genetic Risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration With Dietary Antioxidants, Zinc and Omega-3 Fatty Acids. The Rotterdam Study. ARCH OPHTHALMOL/VOL 129 (NO. 6), JUNE 2011. 4. Pilz.F et al Rationale and Plan for Vitamin D Food Fortification: A Review and Guidance Paper. 17 July 2018 doi: 10.3389/fendo.2018.00373. 5. Cordain L et al Origins and evolution of the Western diet: health implications for the 21st century. Am J Clin Nutr. 2005 Feb, 81(2):341-354.OVM.0006.SG.23