Enhancing visual performance and comfort: GLARE2 study

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Professor. Billy R. Hammond Jr. PhD University of Georgia, Jens Birrer DSM, Wolfgang Schalch DSM

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Visit this page to download our infographic: http://www.vitaminsinmotion.com/fileadmin/data/images/infographics/Eat_right_for_your_sight_Digital_06.pdf The global market for eye health ingredients is increasing fast with a projected compound growth rate of 5.9% until 2019 [1]. The innovation is no longer focusing only on age-related macular degeneration. Supplementation can be beneficial to healthy people of all ages to achieve optimized visual performance and comfort. DSM, Kemin and the University of Georgia have recently published a new study to show how lutein and zeaxanthin supplementation can help younger, healthy people improve their vision, such as the ability to see objects under glare conditions. Join our webinar and hear lead author Professor Billy R. Hammond Jr. and DSM’s Jens Birrer and Wolfgang Schalch present the latest findings and explain what the new science means to the market. [1] Frost&Sullivan (2013). “Strategic Analysis of the Global Eye Health Ingredients Market”. *This information is solely for scientific informational purposes only and not intended for marketing and/or sales claims purposes.

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