Vitamins and micronutrients for your eyes / Food Supplements
Our eyes enable us to see colour and contrast, to distinguish between light and dark, and to focus. The part of the eye that provides the greatest visual acuity is the centre of the macula, also referred to as the yellow spot. This has the greatest concentration of the sensory cells which are responsible for vision. There are many vitamins and micronutrients that can help to maintain normal vision. Given that so many activities would be impossible without our sight, it is important that we look after our eyes as much as possible by taking selected vitamins and micronutrients.
The OmniVision® CentroVision® product range features beneficial combinations of vitamins and micronutrients specifically for your eyes. To choose the CentroVision® preparation best suited to your needs, please consult your doctor for advice. You can find our products in your local pharmacy.
Vitamins and micronutrients for the eyes
- with elevated concentration of vitamin C, vitamin E, copper, selenium and zinc - consuming recommendation: 3 capsules a day
- innovative triple-layer tablet - layer-specific release of micronutrients - Suitable for vegetarians - consuming recommendation: twice a day
The innovative triple-layer tablet allows for a layer-specific release of micronutrients. The individual layers of the tablet are dissolved in the body over a period of several hours and make the micronutrients specifically available where they can best be taken up. Optimised uptake over time. A special pharmaceutical formulation which is gentle on the stomach. A PDF of the information leaflet is available here.
CentroVision® Lutein 15 mg
- with vitamin B2, vitamin C, vitamin E, as well as with copper and zinc - consuming recommendation: only 1 capsule a day
Micronutrient Combination with Vitamins and Minerals for the Eye
Micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals for healthy vision. Dietary supplement of soya, extracts of grape skins and seeds, blueberry extract as well as the natural carotinoids lutein and zeaxanthin, the trace element chromium and vitamins A, B1, B2, Niacin (B3), B6, B12 and folic acid as well as vitamins C and E.