Omega-3, Vitamin A and Vision

Omega-3, Vitamin A and Vision

Möller’s supports eyesight

Omega-3, Vitamin A and vision are directly related. DHA is an important component of the retina in the eyes. The photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the retina contain the highest concentration DHA of all cells in the body. Furthermore, DHA protects the retina from oxidative stress, which is related to macular degeneration. DHA reduces the risk of deterioration of vision due to aging. Beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250 mg DHA. Möller’s cod liver oil contains 600 mg DHA per daily dosage.

Vitamin A and Vision

Vitamin A in Möller’s omega-3 fish oil is essential for vision. Vitamin A, also called retinol, ensures that the eyes can adjust to the dark. A deficiency in vitamin A may lead to night blindness, possibly resulting in blindness.

Omega-3 Fatty Acid

The retina is the body part with the highest concentration of DHA omega-3 fatty acids. Complex photoreceptors are located in the retina. Thanks to this, we can see colors and distinguish shades of gray. In the first stages of life, the ability to see sharpness gradually improves. As we age, our vision often deteriorates, as the sensitivity of the receptors decreases over time. The DHA omega-3 fatty acid is an important part of the retina and contributes to a good development of eyesight in children. In adults it helps maintain good eyesight.

DHA fatty acid is an important building block of the retina. The photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the retina contain the highest concentration of DHA of all cells in the body. In addition, this fatty acid protects the retina against oxidative stress, which is related to macular degeneration. DHA reduces the risk of vision deterioration with age. Beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250 mg DHA. Möller’s Omega-3 contains 600 mg of DHA fatty acids per daily serving.

Did you know that … the muscles around the eyes are the most active muscles in the body?

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