|Properties:||Orange yellow powder|
|Extraction Source:||Leafy vegetables|
Alternative Name: Phytolutein
Lutein is generally found in green leafy vegetables. It is an antioxidant and can absorb harmful light such as blue light. If you have a poor digestive system, you can use a sublingual spray to supplement lutein. Excessive intake of lutein will cause excess burden on the liver. The recommended daily dosage is about 12 mg.
Chemical Name: 3'3-Dihydroxy-α-carotene
Chemical Formula: C72H116O4
1.Natural lutein is an excellent antioxidant, which can resist free radicals causing cell and organ damage in the human body, thereby preventing cardiovascular sclerosis, coronary heart disease and tumor diseases caused by body aging.
2.Lutein and zeaxanthin are the only two types of carotenoids in the eye, and it is the unique function of lutein to prevent vision loss and blindness caused by age-related macular degeneration.