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Lutein relevant research literature
1.1988 Harvard University Handelman of GJ, Dratz EA, Reay CC, van Kuijk JG. Dr. people found: the higher the concentration of lutein in human retina, visual sensitivity is more strong.
2.1990 British Royal Baun O, Vinding T, Krogh, E., PhD, completed within four years the Royal support age-related macular degeneration (AMD) vision, the report pointed out that the role of the antioxidant lutein can protect retina, to prevent the occurrence of AMD.
3.1995 U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of lutein as a food supplement for food, drinks.
4. Russian State Medical University biophysicist, the eyes lens membrane is gradually oxidized by free radicals is a major cause of senile cataract. Average daily lutein intake is 6.0mg, can significantly reduce the cataract surgery.
5 According to the Xinmin Evening News reported June 16, 2002, Western nutritionists-depth research to finally uncover the students myopia in rural areas is much lower than urban students myopia mystery: the occurrence of myopia called "leaf Flavin intake of nutrients is too small to great. Rural children eat green vegetables taken directly from the ground, the lutein intake is adequate. City kids usually eat high protein, high-nutrition food, rarely eating fresh green vegetables, so the lutein intake of the corresponding much less than the rural children. This is caused by the huge difference the main reason of the urban and rural childrens vision.
6. The Eye Disease Case - Control Study (EDCC) organization surveyed 391 patients with wet age-related macular degeneration patients and 578 healthy subjects as controls. The first report found that: the risk of age-related macular degeneration with increasing serum concentration of lutein significantly reduced. The second report found that: the crowd of lutein intake of the highest (6mg) and the lowest intakes (2mg) population compared to the risk of age-related macular degeneration is significantly reduced. In the dietary survey results found that regular consumption of spinach and kale (the richest dietary source of lutein) can also reduce age-related macular degeneration risk. The survey results of two studies are fairly consistent, suggesting that age-related macular degeneration and lutein intake has a direct relationship.

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