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Orange ‘Eyesight Nutrient’

Shelton, R. (n.d.). Orange ‘Eyesight Nutrient’. Vision For A Life Time. https://visionforalifetime.com/lfsl/?tid=1028aa0491b04d08e87cdf1de9541c

An orange autumn flower that grows wild in at least 34 states, this ‘Eyesight Nutrient’ inside has been tested and proven by nutrition researchers. Now, you might say, “my eyesight’s not that bad yet.” But the National Eye Institute reports that age-related vision decline happens to everyone. Small warning signs now can mean devastating problems around the corner. Problems that could leave you isolated and steal your independence. But only if you don't protect yourself.

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