Eye Health Buyers Guidebook


With the prevalence of ocular conditions such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), glaucoma, cataract, dry eye and general eye strain on the rise among Baby Boomers and general consumers alike, the demand for natural dietary supplements with targeted eye health claims continues to trend upward toward a projected USD $15.5 billion in sales by 2017, according to Packaged Facts. The most prominent supplements leading the charge are lutein, zeaxanthin, essential fatty acids (EFAs), zinc, copper, French maritime pine bark and vitamins A, C and E.

  • An overview of the two AREDS clinical trials with details about why these landmark studies are compelling
  • An understanding of new and emerging research studies that have acknowledged the eye health benefits of ingredients
  • The top 12 questions to ask potential eye health ingredient suppliers

About the Author

Joanna Cosgrove is a freelance writer who has been covering the exciting and dynamic facets of the dietary supplement and functional food and beverage industries for more than 15 years. Her work has appeared in a variety of respected industry publications.