Antioxidants Antioxidants stabilize the molecules known as free radicals - which, as they accumulate, damage our health in a variety of ways. They include carotenoids, enzymes, vitamins and other nutrients. Learn more about antioxidants


Glutathione may be the most important antioxidant. It is a tripeptide comprised of three amino acids, cysteine, glycine and glutamic acid. It is known as a super antioxidant because it neutralizes the full range of free radicals and is essential for healthy vision and a healthy brain. Read more ...


Phytonutrients are plant pigments - yellow, red, blue, purple - that come from your food and are essential for good health. Some of them, such as the carotenoids lutein, zeaxanthin, astaxanthin, meso zeaxanthin, and lycopene are very important for good vision health.

They also include the bioflavonoids quercetin, rutin, bilberry, catechins, and epicatechins.

The phytonutrients also include polyphenols, indoles, and isoflavonoids.


Enzymes enhance biochemical reactions that produce essential nutrients and functions in the body and in the functioning of the parts of the eye.


Certain vitamins, especially vitamins E and C are considered to have antioxidant capacity, especially in combination. Other vitamins such as the B vitamins are not antioxidants, but they are important for good vision health.

There are some vitamin-like nutrients which behave like antioxidants. They include Alpha Lipoic Acid and CoQ10