Eye health is an area of increasing interest to consumers. Especially during the epidemic, while at home isolation, long-term electronic screens have also caused prominent problems such as decreased vision and blurred vision.
What has to be said is that, whether it is daily life or entertainment, most modern consumers spend more time on the screen, so eye fatigue has also become a common complaint of all ages. The data shows that about 59% of people have symptoms of eye fatigue, which are manifested as eye pain and fatigue; blurred vision or double vision; headache, sore neck, shoulder or back; increased sensitivity to light; difficulty concentrating.
Observational studies have shown that people who are rich in carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin have better overall eye health, but there is another little-known carotenoid, capsaicin, which can also help.
Capsaicin is a carotenoid like β-carotene, lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. These pigments are naturally found in red, orange, yellow, and green fruits and vegetables, and are known for their ability to provide antioxidant protection and promote eye health. Some carotenoids, such as cryptoxanthin, are also precursors of vitamin A, which means that they can help the body produce vitamins that support the vision.
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