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Unlock Vivid Vision through Superfoods

Prepared By Nutritionist Jade

In a world dominated by screens and artificial lighting, our eyes are constantly under siege. From smartphones to computers, our modern lifestyles place immense strain on our vision, often leaving us longing for clarity and vibrancy. However, amidst this digital deluge, nature offers superfoods that hold the key to unlocking vivid vision and preserving eye health.

Firstly, nature offers eye shield in the form of lutein, a carotenoid pigment abundant in leafy greens like spinach and kale, renowned for its potent antioxidant properties. Concentrated in the macula—the part of the retina responsible for sharp, central vision—lutein acts as a shield against harmful blue light and oxidative damage.


Another super fruit that has worldwide acclaim for its exceptional antioxidant properties is acai berry. This small, dark purple fruit packs a nutritional punch, offering a range of health benefits. Its high antioxidant activities are important because they neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals throughout the body. In a 2008 study, 12 fasting volunteers were given acai pulp or acai juice, and acai pulp raised participants’ antioxidant levels, meaning that the antioxidant compounds in acai are well-absorbed in the gut.

Acai berries also have vasodilatory property which can promote circulation. Improved blood flow is crucial for delivering oxygen and nutrients to the eyes, ensuring optimal nourishment to ocular tissues and enhancing visual acuity.

The last secret ingredient is tamarillo or tree tomato (Cyphomandra betacea Sendt.). It is a small, fast-growing tree cultivated for its edible fruit, generally believed to be native to the Andes region of Peru, Chile, Ecuador, and Bolivia. The fruit has a shape and size similar to eggs, with reddish-brown peel, orange pulp, and dark red seeds. The fruits have high contents of carotenoids, anthocyanins, and phenolic compounds. Tamarillo contains 7 times more lycopene content than regular tomatoes and 2 times more beta carotene than carrots.

In vitro study, anthocyanins had a relaxing effect on ciliary muscle which is important for eye focus, and they also stimulate the regeneration of rhodopsin on the retina to maintain eye lens health. A four-week trial with contact lens wearers taking tamarillo extract reported improvements in eye focusing ability, reduced misreading, and decreased blurred vision.*

Holistic Way Bio-Elixir Super Vision Pro Shot, a comprehensive ALL-in-One formula, incorporates the above eye-nourishing ingredients of Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Acai Berry, Blueberry, Tamarillo, and Vitamin A to support healthy eyes and the immune system. Using patented FloraGLO® that is extracted from marigold flowers, it is rich in highly bioavailable lutein and zeaxanthin, clinically researched to support healthy vision and relieve eye strain by filtering harmful blue light from electronic devices. Acai Berry and Blueberry are rich in anthocyanin that has antioxidant properties to fight off free radicals for healthy immune function and the maintenance of healthy blood vessels in the eyes. Tamarillo is anti-inflammatory and can protect eyes from harmful blue light damage. Added with Evening Primrose, it can help nourish eyes and support healthy skin glow.

As you embark on your journey towards clearer, sharper vision, let Holistic Way Bio-Elixir Super Vision Pro Shot be your trusted allies—ushering in a world of vibrant colours, crisp details, and boundless visual possibilities.

*Result is based on in-house research study. Individual response may vary.


Ordonez, et al. (2010). Evaluation of antioxidant activity and genotoxicity of alcoholic and aqueous beverages and pomace derived from ripe fruits of Cyphomandra betacea Sendt. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 58(1), 331-337.

Nomi, Y., Iwasaki-Kurashige, K., & Matsumoto, H. (2019). Therapeutic effects of anthocyanins for vision and eye health. Molecules, 24(18), 3311.

Mertens-Talcott, et al. (2008). Pharmacokinetics of anthocyanins and antioxidant effects after the consumption of anthocyanin-rich acai juice and pulp (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) in human healthy volunteers. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 56(17), 7796-7802.


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