Thursday, December 18, 2014

Questionable Remedies for Eye Disease - NYTimes.com

RE: slowing the progression of macular degeneration and reducing the risk of vision loss

Read the full article: Questionable Remedies for Eye Disease - NYTimes.com:

"Some contained the right ingredients but not the right doses. Some added other stuff (selenium, B vitamins, grapeseed extract) that hasn’t been shown to slow macular degeneration and might actually reduce the effectiveness of the ingredients that do work. Of the 11 supplements that market research shows were top-sellers, only four duplicated the AREDS formula.

 Moreover, most manufacturers didn’t bother to point out that the AREDS results don’t pertain to everyone with macular degeneration, and that therefore some consumers won’t benefit from these products."

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