99.89 € for 60 units up to 2 months of treatment per bottle
An association of natural components to answer the needs of people affected by cataracts due to diabetes ...
Adults : min 1 - max 2 daily
Children (under 12 years) : contact us or see the sheet Use advice
Duration : minimum 180 days
Use : recommended in long-term at the minimum posology
Caution(s) : For any question, don't hesitate to contact our pharmacist
Note(s) : follow the entire protocol
The crystalline, bi convex lens, located behind the iris pupil and allowing "the development of images on the retina" which it is the sensitive plate of the eye, if we compare it to a camera with its film.
This aging of crystalline occurs in the majority of individuals by a loss of elasticity and thus a difficulty in focusing images closely. This is called presbyopia.
But aging can also show itself in more pathological way by a progressive clouding of the crystalline.
The consequence will be a visual loss, gradually over months and years, and there will come a moment when the subject will tell to see through frosted glass or a waterfall, where from the name " cataract ".
Without treatment this opacity will increase, and lead to almost complete blindness.
More people get older and the more they may suffer from cataracts.
But cataracts can also be a complication of diabetes, whether insulin-dependent and therefore often precocious or non-insulin-dependent and rather mature.
When the clouding of the lens has become important the only treatment is a surgical replacement by an artificial supple lens.
This intervention allows at present in more than 90% of the cases, an excellent and very fast functional recovery.
Complications, although rare, exist however as in any surgical operation.
The main complications are :
- The infection which can end in the loss of the eye.
- The oedema of the central part of the retina which can lead to a permanent loss of visual acuity.
- The detachment of the retina which can be operated but which can also cause a permanent loss of visual acuity.
The best treatment thus remains the prevention, because we know that even if the ageing is inevitable, it does not affect all the individuals in the same way.
Prevention is primarily to reduce the oxidative load on ocular structures and especially here on the crystalline.
Ultraviolet rays in particular B, are very harmful as far as exactly they are responsible for the big production of free radicals. It is thus necessary to filter them as much as possible and as soon as possible by adapted glasses.
Besides, it is also necessary to provide for a feeding rich in fruits and vegetables because it is this category of food that brings the anti-oxidizing molecules the most suited to this specialized protection.
Two studies made in the USA (1, 2) showed respectively that in a study made at women, the regular consumption of spinach and cabbage was protective against the cataract and that in another study made at men, the spinach and broccolis decreased the risk of development of the cataract.
People who can not or will not regularly consume such foods must supplement their diet with an intake of antioxidant molecules such as those found in these foods. (Lutein, vit C, E, selenium, glutathione, alpha lipoic acid, vit. B2,3,4,5,)
But even at a the beginning or little advanced stage, it is still possible to delay the evolution by adding Vaccinium myrtillus very rich in anthocyanosides.
The anthocyanosides are a complex bioflanoides most capable of protecting the crystalline and retina of oxidative damage. (6)
In cases of secondary cataract to diabetes, it is strongly recommended to add the acetyl-carnitine and Quercetin.
The Quercetin is a molecule that is part of a hydro-soluble bioflavonoids
It was shown that it potentiate the activity of vit.C and block the enzyme activity of aldolase reductase, especially abundant in the eye, which catalyzes the conversion of glucose to sorbitol.
This sorbitol is then reduced itself to fructose. The accumulation of intracellular sorbitol and fructose and osmotic phenomena arising are implicated in the genesis of diabetic tissue damage especially to the eyes and kidneys.
Acetyl-carnitine has been shown capable of reducing the denaturation process of proteins called glycation, particularly at the crystalline, of 42 % (7).
Cataract daily protocol due to diabetes
- CSDBT : 3 caps (combination of alpha lipoic acid R, Glutathione, Lutein, Vaccinium myrtillus at 25% of anthocyanosides, acetyl L carnitine, Quercetin) associated with...
- AC500 : 2 caps
- MALATE MG : 1 caps
- SEVINE : 2 caps