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Zeaxanthin is a bright orange to red colored phytochemical of the carotene class. It is synthesized only by plants and is found in high quantities in green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale as well as in corn, goji berries, and red peppers, but can also be found in egg yolks and animal fats, dependent on diet. Zeaxanthin has broad range antioxidant properties, and is most linked with eyesight and general eye health.
Recommended amount per dose is 30-150 mg per day for normal supplementation. Do not consume without an accurate mg scale.
Zeaxanthin is a dietary antioxidant belonging to the carotene family. While zeaxanthin is a carotenoid, like beta-carotene, it is not a precursor for vitamin A, and should not be treated as such. Rather, zeaxanthin itself is supportive to the eyes, and is believed to block blue light from reaching the inner retina, helping protect the eye from light-induced oxidative damage.
Do not consume without knowing an accurate dosage. A milligram scale is highly recommended.
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