The UK company Eyenutrients just released a revolutionary all-natural product to help dry eye sufferers. Called Dry Omega, these capsules harness the power of both omega 3 and omega 7 fatty acids to effectively lubricate the eyes.
Omega 3 fatty acids are a key ingredient in these new capsules. Not only does omega 3 help to reduce overall inflammation in the eyes, it also helps the body regrow cells on the surface of the eyes.
Although not as popular as omega 3, omega 7 is an important ingredient for people with dry eye issues. Doctors say that omega 7 can help the eyes retain moisture by strengthening ocular mucous membranes. Both the Dry Omega capsule and liquid products have a ratio of 3:1 omega 3 to omega 7.
The ophthalmologists and fatty acid experts that developed Dry Omega also highlight the fact their product is made from fish gelatin. Most omega complexes on the market nowadays are actually made from bovine. Eyenutrients believes that using fish gelatin as a basis helps their product better lubricate the eyes.
It was very important for Eyenutrients employees to ensure their product didn't smell "fishy." Although omega 3 products often come from fish oils, Eyenutrients notes that a fishy smell isn't a good sign. The fishy smell is produced due to oxidation, which means the omega 3 capsules have lost a great deal of their potency.
All of the Dry Omega capsules have absolutely no odor. Eyenutrients ensures that their products are 100 percent natural and that they will produce amazing results if used on a consistent basis.
Andrew Spence, the chief optometrist at Cathedral Eye Clinic, has only positive things to say about Eyenutrients' new product. Spence told reporters "Eyenutrients' Dry Omega helps nourish, bathe, protect, and lubricate the mucous membranes of the eyes, keeping them moist."
Dry Omega has been proven to be 155 percent more effective than traditional omega 3 products in reducing dry eye symptoms. All Dry Omega products are made with zero contaminants.
There are many other ways people can get omega 3 fatty acids into their diets. Just a few foods that have tons of omega 3 fatty acids include mackerel, herring, salmon, walnuts, chia seeds, and cod.
Thanks to the prevalence of computer screens in our culture, dry eye syndrome is more common today than it has ever been. Around 3 million Americans are diagnosed with the disease each and every year. Common symptoms include red eye, eye soreness, and eye pain.