Super spice saffron for Canadians concerned about eye health
MONTREAL, Aug. 13, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – Saffron, one of the most esteemed
spices in the world is now being used in an eye supplement approved by
Health Canada and claimed to be a new hope for individuals affected by
age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts, the two leading
causes of vision impairment in Canada.
Studies have shown the retinal protective effects and vision improvement
properties of saffron in patients with AMD.
Saffron 2020 is an eye supplement that combines saffron with other nutrients known
to be important for eye health, and is the only saffron-containing
supplement approved by Health Canada for macular degeneration and
Saffron 2020 was formulated following studies in Italy and Australia
showing the benefits of saffron in patients with AMD. This natural
health product helps to maintain our invaluable eyesight in AMD and
cataracts, and also helps to reduce the risk of developing cataracts.
Doctor Kim Julian, a top eye surgeon involved in the elaboration of
Saffron 2020, stated: “At the moment, there is no cure for AMD, all we
can do is aim to slow down its progression and make life as manageable
as possible for this suffering. Saffron 2020 is the only supplement I’m
aware of which combines saffron with important eye health nutrients
like resveratrol, zinc, antioxidant vitamins (A, B(2), C and E) and natural carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin.”
Saffron 2020 is a patent pending product provided by Groupe Persavita, a
company located in Montreal, Canada. For more information about the
product, AMD and cataracts visit http://www.saffron2020.ca/.
SOURCE Groupe Persavita Inc