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VisionLift Caps

Buy Our VisionLift Eye Support Capsules

 

LiftMode’s VisionLift capsules offer a full spectrum, cutting-edge eye health formula for all ages. Each dealyed-release capsule is packed with no less than 15 synergistic HPLC-verified ingredients to help nourish, protect, and preserve. VisionLift includes the entire set of AREDS nutrients, along with a carefully selected set of synergistic nutrients to maintain long-term eye health.

 

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Why Choose LiftMode’s VisionLift Capsules?

 

As research deepens into the daily environmental contributors to vision deterioration, a growing number of health-conscious individuals are beginning to pursue pre-emptive measures to preserve eye health and slow age-related decline.

 

At LiftMode, we used our extensive expertise in active biochemicals, plant extracts, and human physiology, to develop a fully-functional eye-support supplement like no other. VisionLift combines the highest quality, well-researched nutrients, lipids and botanical extracts with cutting-edge carotenoids and lipophilic antioxidants to support vision and maintain long term eye health.

 

From natural bilberry-derived anthocyanins and algae-derived astaxanthin - powerful pigments which may improve the light response, to novel NACET - an ethyl ester form 60% more bioavailable than N-Acetyl Cysteine; our advanced antioxidant complex is primed to protect.

 

The addition Royal Jelly (standardized to 6% 10-hydroxy decenoic acid), a natural source of nine glycoproteins and the subject of exciting research into its ability to enhance tissue repair, makes for a comprehensive vision stack unlike any other on the market.

 

VisionLift Capsules: Benefits and Uses

 

VisionLift’s distinctive array of potent antioxidants have been carefully curated to promote daily cellular defense of the retina, supporting delicate photoreceptors and the degeneration-prone macula against the damaging effects of light radiation, smoke, and age-related oxidation.

 

Our carefully crafted formula also contains the full course of vision-protective vitamins (C and E), minerals (copper and Zinc) and a super dose of the potent carotenoids (zeaxanthin and Lutein) proven for performance in AREDS trials sponsored by the National Eye Foundation.

 

Pillar #1 AREDS Antioxidant Vitamins and Minerals

 

In the First Pillar of our VisionLift stack, we offer the entire set of AREDS vitamins, minerals and nutrients. The Age-Related Eye Disease Study was the first major clinical trial sponsored by the US National Eye Institute. The large-scale epidemiological study concluded with a set of essential nutrients for healthy eyes:

 

Vitamin A (as Retinyl Palmiate) (310 mcg)

Vitamin A is a group of compound that include retinal, retinol, and provitamin A carotenoids. Retinyl palmiate is the most abundant form of stored vitamin A in animals, and is a pre-formed version of vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential for healthy eyes: it helps maintain a healthy cornea, is an essential component of rhodopsin (which allows night-time vision), and helps to support and preserve eyesight in the ageing process.

  • Essential for a clear, healthy cornea
  • Component of rhodopsin, which allows for night-time vision
  • Helps to protect and preserve the eyes in ageing

 

Vitamin C (as Ascorbyl Palmitate) (13 mg)

Ascorbyl Palmitate is a fat-soluble form of vitamin C, an essential nutrient for strong, healthy eyes. Numerous studies indicate vitamin C’s role in preventing the formation of cataracts and supporting optimal, accurate eyesight over time. Vitamin C also works synergistically with a variety of vision-supporting nutrients and minerals to improve their efficacy.

  • Essential vitamin for strong, healthy eyes
  • Epidemiological studies indicate a clear correlation between vitamin C intake and decreased cataract formation
  • Synergistic effects when combined with other eye-supporting nutrients

 

Vitamin E (as D-Alpha Tocopherol] (13 IU)

Vitamin E is another essential vitamin in the AREDS set of vitamins and minerals for healthy eyes. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and helps protect your eyes against the negative effects of oxidative stress. The effects of this process accumulate over time, so oxidative stress is linked to ageing. By protecting your eyes against radical oxygen species (ROS), vitamin E helps to ensure longevity.

  • Potent antioxidant and healthy ageing effects
  • Works synergistically with other AREDS nutrients
  • Protects the eyes against oxidative damage

 

Copper (as Copper Citrate) (560 mcg)

Copper is a trace metal that is essential for healthy physiological functions. It is used in variety of enzymes and enzyme cofactors, and is concentrated primarily in the liver, brain, bones, and eyes. It helps with the development of flexible connective tissue in the eye, and binds with zinc to form a copper-zinc complex. Copper deficiency is associated with a gradual loss of vision and ocular lesions, so it is essential to ensure you consume enough through your diet. 

  • Essential trace metal element for healthy growth and development
  • Forms zinc-copper complexes that help protect the eye
  • Important for formation of intraocular flexible connective tissue

 

Zinc (as Zinc Citrate) (19 mg)

Like all vitamins, nutrients and minerals that form the AREDS set, Zinc is essential for eye health. In the macula, zinc plays an essential role along with vitamin A in the synthesis of the pigment melanin. It is especially important for transporting vitamin A from the liver to the macula, and studies have indicated a correlation between low zinc levels and poor night-time eyesight. A number of studies also point to zinc’s capacity to promote healthy eyes through the ageing process.

  • Essential mineral for eye health
  • Forms complex with vitamin A for transport and synthesis of melanin
  • Supports eye health through the ageing process

 

Marigold Extract: [24 mg Lutein, 5.4 mg Zeaxanthin]

Marigold is a small flowering plant with distinctive yellow/orange flowers and naturally high concentrations of the xanthophylls,

Lutein and Zeaxanthin. The flowers are also known for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Lutein and Zeaxanthin are carotenoids that contain oxygen and accumulate in the retina and in light-exposed structures in plants, and can only be synthesized by plants. These compounds have specialized functions for protecting the eyes against UV damage and in supporting healthy ageing.

  • Natural and bioavailable source of xanthophylls: Lutein and Zeaxanthin
  • Protect the eyes against UV damage
  • Supports the strong, healthy eyes through the ageing process

 

 

Pillar #2: Fatty Acids, Vitamins, and Essential Nutrients to Support Eye Health

 

The second Pillar of our VisionLift eye support supplement offers an additional selection of amino acids, fatty acids, and lipophilic antioxidants to further support and enhance the effects of the AREDS nutrients set, and is an especially functional set of ingredients for people looking to modulate the effects of ageing on eyesight and eye health:

 

Alpha Lipoic Acid (240 mg)

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a naturally-occurring antioxidant and iron-chelating compound with demonstrated benefits for supporting healthy eyes, especially with regards to dry eyes. ALA is also an essential for the synthesis of very-long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid derivatives (VLC-PUFAs) that are uniquely found in the retina.

  • Potent antioxidant
  • Iron-chelating compound
  • Essential for synthesis of VLC-PUFAs in the retina.

 

Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) (250 mcg)

Cholecalciferol is the chemical name for vitamin D3, a type of D vitamin that is synthesized by the skin when exposed to sunlight. Recent studies indicate that vitamin D plays an important role in the healing process in your eyes, while also improving intercellular communication. Several epidemiological studies have indicated a correlation between vitamin D levels and eye health, especially in ageing eyes. People with higher levels of vitamin D tend to be correlated with improved ageing of the eyes.

  • Essential vitamin for supporting a healthy body and immune system
  • Supports the eye’s natural healing processes
  • Promotes healthy ageing of the eyes

 

NACET (N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine Ethyl Ester) (240 mg)

NACET is an amino acid with an added ethyl ester group. Studies have indicated that the additional ester group enhances cellular uptake and bioavailability. NACET is best-known for its ability to improve intracellular glutathione levels, and is sometimes used for glutathione deficiency. In effect, NACET has fascinating antioxidant properties to help support healthy ageing. Studies have indicated that NACET’s antioxidant effects are also potent in the eyes, where it protects retinal cells against oxidative damage.

  • Enhanced bioavailability form of N-Acetyl L-Cysteine (NAC)
  • Improves intracellular glutathione levels, powerful antioxidant
  • Protects retinal cells against damage and supports healthy ageing

 

Omega 3 Fatty Acids [DHA & EPA] (200 mg)

The brain and eyes are highly enriched with fatty acids like docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). These fatty acids are essential for health eyesight and help to prevent macular degeneration, to keep the eyes lubricated, and to reduce pressure in the eyes. Omega-3 Fatty Acids from fish oil supply adequate amounts of bioavailable DHA and EPA to help protect and preserve the eyes.

  • Essential for healthy eyes
  • Protects and preserves eyesight over time
  • Anti-inflammatory benefits for the eyes


Selenium (as L-Selenomethionine) (50 mcg)

L-Selenomethionine is an improved form of Selenium, which includes an additional methionine functional group. Selenium is used for the production of selenoproteins, for example GPx-1, which work together with glutathione and methionine and highly functional antioxidant units. In the eye, this provides support and protection for healthy ageing.

  • Supports healthy eyes in the ageing process
  • Powerful and essential antioxidant
  • Protects the retina against oxidative stress

 

Pillar #3 Vision Supporting Natural Extracts

 

Our third and final Pillar contains 3 unique natural extracts, including Royal Jelly, Billberry Extract and Green Algae Extract. The addition of these cutting-edge ingredients is what really makes VisionLift unique and sets it apart from conventional eye support supplements:

 

Royal Jelly (200 mg)

Royal Jelly is a secretion from the glands of worker honey bees. Unlike typical “jelly”, Royal Jelly is vegetarian friendly, and can be thought of as similar to honey in its natural source. It has been studied for a variety of health benefits in humans, including to support eye lubrication and prevent dry eyes.

  • Naturally occurring jelly made by bees
  • Helps support eye lubrication
  • Potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory support

  

Bilberry Extract [>25% Anthocyanin] (120 mg)

Bilberry Extract offers a highly bioavailable form of Anthocyanins, which are water-soluble vacuolar pigments that give color to many fruits and vegetables. Anthocyanin is thought to have a host of benefits for vision and eyesight, including a relaxing effect on eye muscles, stimulation of rhodopsin regeneration, and improving retinal blood circulation. Studies have indicated positive effects on eye fatigue and dry eyes.

  • Highly bioavailable form of Anthocyanins
  • Prevents eye fatigue and dry eyes
  • Variety of supportive effects for preserving eye function

 

Green Algae Extract [7.3 mg Astaxanthin]

Astaxanthin is a powerful keto-carotenoid compound and reddish pigment with a unique molecular structure and strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These unique properties provide effective protection and support for longevity of the eyes. It is known to modulate several metabolic pathways to help restore cellular homeostatic balance. Human studies have pointed to benefits for eye strain, blurry vision, as well as reaction time of the pupil.

  • Natural and bioavailable source of Astaxanthin

  • Unique antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects support and protect the eyes
  • Benefits for eye strain, blurry vision, and pupil reaction time.

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Where to Buy VisionLift Capsules Online?

 

LiftMode offers a range of VisionLift Capsules, including 60- and 120-count units. A single serving is two capsules.  

All our products ship with a certificate of analysis from 3rd-party independent laboratories and all orders are covered by our 90-days refund/reshipment policy to ensure the highest quality.

 

Shipping restrictions: No shipping restrictions currently apply to this product and we can ship internationally. At checkout, the available shipping options for your location will be available.

 

Scientific Consensus:

 

No clinical studies have been performed on this supplement stack. We have used our many years of experience in the fields of biochemistry, human physiology, and dietary supplements to formulate what we believe to be a uniquely effective eye support supplement to for all ages. Do not exceed the recommended serving size.

 

Due to the number of ingredients, this product is likely NOT SUITABLE to be used alongside prescription medication and during pregnancy. To avoid potentially dangerous drug interactions, please ensure that you consult with your doctor before using this supplement stack if taking any medication. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your physician if you have any underlying medical issues.

 

Disclaimer:

 

All dietary supplements have risks. Please ensure that you are familiar with the latest research on the effects, side effects, benefits, and uses of a supplement before buying it.

 

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children. If you have any underlying medical conditions, please consult a medical professional before using this supplement. 

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

How We Research Our Content

 

Our content is written using meticulous research methods and claims are backed by links to scientific references, wherever possible. The author and editors of Liftmode's Research Team have strong academic backgrounds in microbiology, physiology, and biochemistry.

Content updated on March 25, 2021

 

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